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'Free Fall Unconscious': Man Survives Seizure on Skydive

"Thankfully my jumpmaster manages to pull my ripcord at around 4,000 feet. I become conscious at 3,000 feet and land safely back to the ground," he wrote.








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Will Netanyahu Speech Fracture U.S.-Israel Ties?

Did Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu know just how damaging to Israel's ties with the U.S. his decision to address the U.S. Congress would be?








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'Tell Me Off': Shatner Defends Missing Nimoy's Funeral

Shatner also took the opportunity to talk with fans about Nimoy.








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World Moved by Chile 14-Year-Old's Plea to Be Allowed to Die

A 14-year-old Chilean girl's request to be allowed to die has touched the world as her plea on social media has gone viral.








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Clemency Urged on Eve of Execution of Georgia Woman

Kelly Gissendaner's plea for clemency has been rejected even though she earned a theology degree and transformed her life while in prison.








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Iraq Launches Offensive on ISIS North of Baghdad

"I call upon all those who have been deluded and made mistakes in past to lay down arms today," said Iraq Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.








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World Moved by Chilean 14-Yr-Old's Plea to Be Allowed to Die

A 14-year-old Chilean girl's request to be allowed to die has touched the world as her plea on social media has gone viral.








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Is It Spring Yet? Snowy, Icy Mess Hits Northeast Again

Boston is on the brink of breaking its all-time snowfall record for one season.








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'Difficult to Understand': Missouri Town Shocked by Rampage

The mayor of a small Missouri town where a suspected gunman killed seven before turning the gun on himself said "it will take some time to heal."








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Bangladesh Rallies After U.S. Blogger's Murder

Bangladeshis gathered on Sunday to pay tribute to an American blogger and critic of religious extremism who was hacked to death in Dhaka.








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'True Patriots': Thousands March for Slain Putin Critic

Opposition supporters will march through Moscow on Sunday in memory of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov,








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McCarthy: Change Filibuster Rules

Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., says he will help be in the room with Democrats and help solve the problem of funding the Dept. of Homeland Security.








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'SNL' Draws Criticism Over Dakota Johnson ISIS Sketch

A "Saturday Night Live" sketch featuring host Dakota Johnson as a teenager leaving home to join ISIS has people on social media wondering whether the sketch went too far.



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NASA's 'Cable Guys' Make ISS Spacewalk Look Easy

Astronauts breezed through a spacewalk to install antennas and cables at the International Space Station, days after water in a helmet caused concern.



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U.K. Girls Thought to Be in Syria Reportedly Seen in Video

London's Metropolitan Police said in a statement on Feb. 24 that the girls had likely crossed into Syria.



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Missing Swedish Teenager With Asperger's Found in NYC

A Swedish teen with Asperger's was found safe early Sunday and reuinted with his father nearly a day after he went missing in New York City.








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Police Pepper Spray Protesters in Hong Kong

Authorities in Hong Kong clash Sunday with people protesting in Yuen Long, in Hong Kong's New Territories West. Demonstrators are complaining about mainland China shoppers, who they say are distorting the local economy with parallel trading.








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'Jihadi John' Felt Like 'Dead Man Walking,' Emails Show

In an email exchange with Britain's the Mail on Sunday newspaper five years ago, Mohammed Emwazi talked of taking too many sleeping pills and sleeping forever.








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Nearly Half of Voters Object to Netanyahu Speech: Poll

Nearly half of American voters — 48 percent — say that congressional Republicans shouldn't have invited Netanyahu to address Congress without first notifying Obama.



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Venezuela Claims to Have Captured U.S. Pilot

The claim that several U.S. citizens, including a pilot, have been detained in Venezuela could not be verified by embassy officials.








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