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Many of the victims shot by government snipers, their bodies lying on the street, were in their 30s and 40s and apparently unarmed, the AP's Yuras Karmanau relates.
The request reflects the diminished political importance of government red ink as deficits shrink.
A civil rights lawsuit brought by eight Muslims who alleged the NYPD's surveillance was unconstitutional is dismissed by a federal judge.
4. OH, CANADA!
The country's women's hockey team wins its fourth straight Olympic gold medal, rallying furiously, then downing the U.S. in overtime.
The legislature sends a bill to GOP Gov. Jan Brewer that would allow business owners for religious reasons to refuse service to gays and others.
It wasn't as bad as last year and the vaccine worked better, but it was young and middle-age adults - not the elderly - who were hit the hardest.
Leading Palestinians are balking at Netanyahu's insistence that Israel be explicitly recognized as "the Jewish state'' in any peace deal.
Drivers 70 and over are less likely to be involved in crashes than prior generations, a study shows.
The abduction and shooting death of fourth-grader Hailey Owens shocks and angers the community as a local football coach is charged with the crime.
Victor Mooney, 48, of New York City, left the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa this week, intending to row roughly 3,000 miles to the British Virgin Islands.
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