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The facility accounts for just more than a quarter of the country's entire refining capacity and is a prime target for the insurgents.
So far, officials haven't been able to identify clear targets that could hit in Iraq and slow the militants' momentum.
Defending champion Spain is eliminated with its second loss in as many outings at the tournament.
The extra revenue would be used, among other things, to fix aging roads and bridges in the U.S.
The executions indicate that death penalty states are unfazed by the recent furor over how the U.S. carries out lethal injections.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office rules that the nickname disparages Native Americans.
It's a longshot, but some geneticists are trying to revive the passenger pigeon from leftover DNA in stuffed birds.
The 89-year-old Philadelphia man has said he was stationed outside the Nazi camp and wasn't responsible for the deaths of Jews and others.
Lux, the notorious Oregon feline, attacks his new guardians, and they're forced to give him up for their own safety.
Jay Leno, the former ``Tonight Show'' funny man, will receive the Mark Twain Prize this fall at the Kennedy Center in Washington.
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