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The spire was added to the building on Thursday holding a flag and lights.
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At least 60 people were killed, and many are still missing.
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But he said the fight is just beginning.
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It dropped 12 percent from 2005 to 2011.
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The recall is due to defective air bags manufactured by Japan's Takata Corp.
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The parents of the infants were not warned of the risks the study posed to their children.
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Kony and his lieutenants are wanted for war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Facebook Home would replace the "home" screen on Android smartphones.
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Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Roger Ebert died Thursday at age 70.
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Detroit is now facing a government takeover due to a financial emergency.
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Scientists can use the markers to develop better scans for breast, ovarian and prostate cancer.
The University of Nottingham is working on making the test ready to perform in clinics, although it could take some time.
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Judge Tingling remarked that the ban "is arbitrary and capricious."
Japan is honoring the victims of the disaster, which killed 19,000 people and displaced 300,000 more.
The new design has been called visually striking, and is geared toward ensuring that users will not be overwhelmed by the newsfeed.
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There is hope that the results of this study will alert more lawmakers to the benefits of gun legislation.
The President will submit a friend-of-the-court brief on the issue.
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Secretary of State John Kerry said the aid will "help the Syrian opposition council provide basic goods and services in areas under rebel control."
There are no alternative plans, and Congress now has no hope to avert the sequester.
The House Minority Whip said that this was "probably the first positive act we've taken this Congress."
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Vice President Joe Biden spoke about gun control in Connecticut, 15 miles from Sandy Hook Elementary School.
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It looks and acts like a real ear.
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The technology is called the "artificial retina."
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The bill still has to pass the House, but Governor Quinn has already indicated that he will sign the bill if it does.
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Thirty vehicles were involved in the mile-long pile-up.
Iran will be adding centrifuge machines to its uranium enrichment plant.
North Korea will carry out a new nuclear testing program to target the United States, "the sworn enemy of the Korean people."
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She said that the "massacres don't seem to stop."
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President Obama remarked on the decision to lift the ban, emphasizing its role as a step toward greater equality.
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Sixty-three percent of Americans do not favor the overturning of the landmark Supreme Court decision of Roe v. Wade.
He said that this matter is "more urgent and immediate" than any other.
One hundred six people, including women and children, were killed by government forces in Homs.
Algeria's military attempted to rescue the hostages is over, although the search for some hostages continues.
Adam Lanza forced his way into the elementary school with four weapons.
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Half of Egypt will vote this Saturday, and half will vote next Saturday.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin is not happy with the bill.
President Obama will ask Congress for $60.4 billion for disaster relief.
Morsi has a plan that would allow the army to arrest civilians on the grounds of maintaining order.
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The South African President, Jacob Zuma, said that Mandela was undergoing tests.
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Now that a truce with Hamas is in place, the candidates will resume campaigning.
America goes 3-for-3 in summer qualifying matches.
A new, highly contested report found only four of CA's programs above average. Most have "fundamental flaws."