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'We Carry On': Canada's Parliament Reopens


Prime Minister Stephen Harper laid flowers at the National War Memorial.






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Thousands of Medical Records Swiped From N.J. Doctor


Jersey City police say someone broke into a storage locker of Dr. Nisar Quraishi and stole some 40,000 documents, including social security numbers.
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American Priests' Dance-Off Video Goes Viral


A video of a pair of dueling, dancing American priests at a college in Rome has gone viral.






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Japan Minister 'Ashamed' Over S&M Bar Expense Claim


The country's newly-appointed trade minister said an organization that manages his political funds submitted a $170 expense claim from an S&M bar.






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Unrest in Ferguson After Brown Autopsy Is Leaked


About 200 people gathered near the city’s police department overnight Wednesday, pelting five cops with rocks or bottles. No injuries were reported.






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Ottawa Shooter's Mom: 'He Did Not Fit In'


Susan Bibeau, the mother of Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the man identified as the Ottawa gunman, said she is crying for the victims of the shooting.






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Who's Buying the Oil That Makes ISIS Millions?


Estimates of how much ISIS makes selling oil have varied widely, but it is believed to be at least $1 million a day.
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Meet Moana, Disney's First Polynesian Star


On the heels of "Frozen" frenzy, Disney announces its newest and first Pacific Islander animated star -- a Polynesian princess named Moana.
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History Lesson: Midterms Aren't Kind to the White House


But that's not to dismiss the political problems surrounding Obama and his party heading into next month’s contests.






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See Kevin Vickers, Gun in Hand, Moments After Shooting


Heroic sergeant-at-arms Kevin Vickers walks calmly through Parliament moments after he gunned down suspected Canadian Parliament shooter Michael Zehaf-Bibeau.
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'Very Proud': Canada's Sergeant-at-Arms Hailed As a Hero


Sergeant-at-Arms in Canada's Parliament, Kevin Vickers, has been credited with shooting the gunman who caused havoc and killed a solider in Ottawa.






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Pricey Suds: Guinness to Tap Luxury Beer Market


Buying the newest Guinness brew entails Champagne tastes and a little more than your standard beer budget.
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Neil Patrick Harris Wasn't Oscar's First Host Choice


Who wouldn't want Neil Patrick Harris as their first choice to host the 2015 Oscars? Show producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, that's who.






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'We Are Sorry' Says Ottawa Shooter's Mom: Report


Susan Bibeau, the mother of Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the man identified as the Ottawa gunman, said she is crying for the victims of the shooting.
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Thousands Donated to Look-Alike of Cop Killer Suspect


A man who resembles the Pennsylvania fugitive has received more than $4,200 to help him get transportation to work so he doesn't get stopped by cops.
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'Death to Extremists': Iranians Protest Acid Attacks


Thousands spilled onto the streets of the Iranian city of Isfahan to protest a spate of acid attacks that maimed at least nine women in the last week.






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Did This NYC Location Inspire Hopper's 'Nighthawks'?


A Greenwich Village restaurant owner is convinced his location is the inspiration behind Edward Hopper's famous 'Nighthawks' painting.






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Nor'easter Deluges East Coast, 50,000 Lose Power


Heavy rain caused localized floods that closed schools in parts of Mass. Thursday, part of a Nor'easter that also cut power to tens of thousands.






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Well Lit? Drunk Woman Set Boyfriend on Fire, Cops Say


Police say a Clearwater, Florida, woman set her boyfriend on fire during an argument after a night of drinking.
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'Not an Enemy in the World': Tributes to Slain Soldier


Canadian soldier Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, who was killed in Wednesday's attack in Ottawa, was a guard at the city’s National War Memorial.






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