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John Denver Gets Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

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Oct 25, 2014

Pussy Riot Speaks at Vegas' "Life is Beautiful" Festival

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Oct 25, 2014

Anjelica Huston Reveals She Was Assaulted in New Memoir

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Giants Edged by KC 3-2 in World Series Gm. 3, Down 2-1

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Oct 25, 2014

Parents Keep Kids From NY School Over Ebola Fears

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Va. Woman Not Guilty by Insanity in Husband's Stabbing Death

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Bears' Run Game Can Thrive Against Patriots Sunday

Bears' Run Game Can Thrive Against Patriots Sunday

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Judge Appoints Monitor for IDOT Hiring

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FBI, IRS Agents Raid Chinatown Restaurants

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Rose Says Kane Pushes Him to Excel on Court for Bulls

Rose Says Kane Pushes Him to Excel on Court for Bulls

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Fevered Health Worker in Isolation at Newark Hospital

A health care worker with a recent history of treating Ebola patients in West Africa developed a fever after landing at Newark Airport Friday, and is now in isolation at University Hospital in Newark, officials...