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Americans, Briton who thwarted attack get France's top honor

Posted: 08/24/2015 - PARIS -- The president of France pinned his country's highest award, the Legion d'Honneur, on three Americans and a Briton on Monday, saying they "gave a lesson in courage" by subduing a heavily armed attacker on a high-speed train carrying 500 passengers to Paris.

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U.S. stocks pare losses

Updated: 08/24/2015 - U.S. investors woke up to a serious jolt Monday when the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled 1,000 points minutes after the market opened in a wave of selling that circled the globe after a historic plunge in Chinese stocks.

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Men claim to find Nazi train loaded with treasure in Poland

Posted: 08/20/2015 - WARSAW, Poland -- Two men in Poland claim they have found a Nazi train loaded with gold, gems and valuable art that according to local lore disappeared at the end of World War II as the Germans fled the advancing Soviet forces.

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Carter 'at ease' and ready for radiation treatment on cancer

Posted: 08/20/2015 - ATLANTA -- Former President Jimmy Carter announced Thursday that his cancer showed up in four small spots on his brain and he will immediately begin radiation treatment, saying he is "at ease with whatever comes."

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Two women pass Army Ranger School, first female graduates

Posted: 08/18/2015 - WASHINGTON -- Two women have passed the Army's Ranger School, becoming the first females to complete the grueling combat training program and earn the right to wear Ranger tabs on their uniforms.

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EPA watchdog investigating toxic mine spill in Colorado

Posted: 08/17/2015 - WASHINGTON -- The inspector general for the Environmental Protection Agency is investigating the cause of a massive spill from an abandoned Colorado gold mine that unleashed 3 million gallons of contaminated wastewater into rivers that supply water to at least three states.

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Obama golfs, reads and enjoys private beach on vacation

Posted: 08/17/2015 - CHILMARK, Mass. -- Lots of golf, a family outing on a private beach and a stack of books. President Barack Obama's two-week vacation on Martha's Vineyard is shaping up as a pretty low-key retreat.

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Kerry arrives in Cuba to raise flag at embassy

Updated: 08/14/2015 - HAVANA -- Cuban television switched from cartoons to live coverage of the U.S. embassy flag-raising, broadcasting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's arrival at Havana's Jose Marti airport followed by a detailed biography of Kerry's career.

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'Gunsmoke' cast members to reunite in Dodge City

Posted: 08/14/2015 - DODGE CITY, Kan. -- Six decades after "Gunsmoke" debuted on television, several actors who appeared in the show, including Burt Reynolds, are scheduled to reunite in Dodge City.

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Jimmy Carter announces cancer diagnosis

Posted: 08/12/2015 - ATLANTA -- Former President Jimmy Carter announced he has been diagnosed with cancer in a brief statement issued Wednesday.

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EPA chief: Colorado mine spill 'pains me'

Posted: 08/11/2015 - WASHINGTON -- The head of the Environmental Protection Agency said Tuesday her department takes full responsibility for spilling 3 million gallons of mining waste that turned a southwest Colorado river an unnatural shade of orange, adding it "pains me to no end."

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Sanders vows anti-racism fight in LA campaign event

Updated: 08/11/2015 - LOS ANGELES -- Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders vowed that he would fight harder than any other presidential candidate to end institutional racism in front of a packed Los Angeles arena, two days after Black Lives Matter protesters derailed one of his rallies.

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Wastewater from Colorado mine reaches New Mexico

Posted: 08/10/2015 - Mustard-colored wastewater laced with heavy metals continues to drain into a river from an abandoned mine in southwestern Colorado at a rate of about 550 gallons per minute, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, which caused the spill.

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Obama says biggest harm to voting rights today is apathy

Posted: 08/06/2015 - WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama says all Americans owe a debt to the sharecroppers and maids and ordinary Americans who were brave enough to try time and again to register to vote in the face of violence and oppression. He says without them, the Voting Rights Act wouldn't have been signed into law 50 years ago Thursday.

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Suspect only person shot at Tennessee theater

Posted: 08/05/2015 - ANTIOCH, Tenn. -- Authorities say a man wielding a gun and hatchet while wearing a backpack on his chest and a surgical mask unleashed large amounts of pepper spray inside a movie theater before he was shot and killed by police.

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