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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
A poll shows that 70 percent of eastern Ukraine's residents want to maintain the nation's current borders.
The defensive end from South Carolina has size, speed and power -- but his work ethic has been questioned.
The House panel's investigation will be the eighth to scrutinize the attack that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.
Putin's announcement that he'll attend the ceremonies complicates the West's efforts to isolate him internationally for Russia's actions in Ukraine.
Signs point to a smooth confirmation for Sylvia Mathews Burwell, whose portfolio will include Obamacare if she's approved to lead the department.
Scores are arrested as security forces in Venezuela break up makeshift tent cities in the capital protesting Maduro's socialist government.
The huge blast shows that the opposition, even as it withdraws from its former stronghold of Homs, still can deal heavy blows against the Assad regime.
Who carried out the attack remains unknown. The four bodies were found after the upscale Florida home they were renting went up in flames.
The number of those who bike to their jobs is up almost 61 percent from the year 2000.
The NBA may want to install new ownership, but Shelly Sterling "will not agree to a forced or involuntary seizure" of her 50 percent stake in the team, her lawyers announce.
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