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Armenian Genocide: Thousands March on 100th Anniversary

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Climate change can no longer be denied. It can't be edited out. It no longer can be omitted from the conversation and action can no longer be delayed.  

— President Barack Obama at the Everglades National Park in Florida, urging for action on climate change.
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3 Convicted of Manslaughter in Florida A&M Hazing Death

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Face-Transplant Patient: "I Accept What I Am"

Jerome Hamon received the world's first full face transplants in 2010, when he was simply known as "Jerome." Now Hamon has gone public with his full name and wants the world to know of the surgery that completely changed his life. "I told myself right away— this is my new face," the 40-year-old told the France 2 television station. "(There was) total acceptance immediately." A rare disease known as neurofibromatosis severely deformed Hamon's face leading him to undergo a nearly day-long operation. Hamon — who has written a book about his experiences — said he is finally at peace with himself "because now I accept what I am." Read »
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SoCal Man to Stand Trial in Decade-Long Abduction Case

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