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Investigators using fake identities were able to get subsidized health insurance.
Case features First Amendment fight over secrecy of lethal injection drugs.
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The president will meet with members of the Apollo 11 mission and sign a job training bill
U.S. intelligence is confident surface-to-air missile hit jet from rebel territory.
Dan Markel had taught criminal law at Florida State since 2005.
The remains of 42 others who died were recovered earlier.
Crash experts say recorders will tell how Malaysia plane was flying and whether it was warned
From Kharkiv, the bodies will be flown to Amsterdam.
The bodies of more than 200 victims are expected to be flown to the Netherlands on Wednesday.
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His decision to send 1,000 National Guard troops refocuses debate
Victim was sleeping in San Francisco dumpster full of cardboard dumped into compactor.
A single tornado could cause as much as $20 billion in property damage if it hit Chicago.
Israeli forces continued their offensive against Hamas in Gaza, hitting about 70 targets including five mosques.
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Two large U.S. flags atop twin stone towers were replaced overnight by unknown group.
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