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Biotech drugmaker Amgen misses 1Q expectations as higher production, research costs cut profit
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US auto safety agency investigating automatic braking on the 2014 Chevrolet Impala
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Milwaukee C Maldonado, OF Gomez; Pirates OF Snider, C Martin suspended after brawl
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Oklahoma Department of Corrections says court's stay cancels death row inmate's execution
Analysis: Putin has few reasons to heed West's calls to defuse crisis in Ukraine
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Broadcast TV on the Internet: Justices show skepticism, concern about possible ruling's effect
Airbnb fights subpoena about thousands offering allegedly illegal NYC sublets online
Senegal orders cancellation of rally to welcome back ex-president, voted out after protests
Before he dove into the South Korea waters, Jung Cha Woong gave his life jacket to a scared classmate, saving his friend’s life as the ferry they were on began to sink into the sea.
AT&T had strong 1st quarter on appeal of wireless installments plans
A war of words between Russia and the United States this week brought the tension between the two countries to one of its highest points since the end of the Cold War. Russian President Vladimir Putin has traded barbs with the White House over Ukraine, harkening to the 40-plus year period in the 20th Century when the two nations were constantly braced for the possibility of nuclear war. In case you've forgotten -- or weren't born yet -- here are some reminders of how weird life was under the threat of nuclear war between the two world powers, and how some of our most popular cultural touchstones had their start during Cold War years.
92-year-old Navy veteran who served in World War II gets overdue military decorations