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Decision on Sriracha Plant Tabled

City residents and Sriracha plant owner meet to determine the fate of a Sriracha plant.

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FDA Proposes First E-Cigarette Rules

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed asserting its authority over new tobacco products on Thursday, including e-cigarettes, flavored cigars and nicotine gels.

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Manson Follower 'Squeaky' Fromme Cool and Calm in Mental Exam Tape

A judge released a recording of an interview with former Manson “family” member Lynette Alice “Squeaky” Fromme, the woman who tried to assassinate President Gerald Ford -- almost 39 years after her failed attempt.U.S. District Judge Kimberly J.

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President Obama Arrives at Imperial Palace to Meet Japanese Emperor

U.S. President Barack Obama meets with Japanese Emperor Akihito, second left, and Empress Michiko at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo on Thursday, local time.

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Men Catch 800-Pound Shark and Feed It to Local Community

Three Florida Fishermen made the catch of a lifetime, an 805-pound shark, but it won’t be put in record books, according to the new rules of the International Land-Based Shark Fishing Association.

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Men Catch 800-lb. Shark and Feed It To Local Community

Three Florida Fishermen made the catch of a lifetime, an 805-lb. shark, but it won’t be put in record books, according to the new rules of the International Land-Based Shark Fishing Association.

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'Swatting' Hoax Tricks Police SWAT Teams

Decried as an enormous waste of tax resources, the ‘swatting’ prank is estimated to occur hundreds of times each year.

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Calif. Teen Stowaway's Dad: 'Allah Saved Him'

The father of a Santa Clara teen stowaway tells the Voice of America that Allah protected his son.

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Michael Phelps Comes Out of Retirement

Olympian Michael Phelps, who retired from competitive swimming after winning four gold medals in London, is competing this week in Arizona.

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Oklahoma High Court Lifts Stay of Execution for Convicted Murderers

The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Wednesday apparently cleared the way for the execution of two convicted murderers by reversing a lower court’s ruling that found a state secrecy law unconstitutional.The justices also dissolved a stay of execution they had made earlier in the week.

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'Historic Victory' or 'Reckless'? New Georgia Gun Law Makes Waves

Since Newtown, the gun debate has escalated around the country and Georgia’s law is the latest flashpoint.

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County Officials in Washington Landslide Area to Consider Building Ban

Officials in the Washington county where a deadly mudslide struck last month have pushed back a vote that would ultimately put a moratorium on new construction in landslide-prone areas.

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Dog Bathroom Unveiled at Detroit Airport

The dog rest area, intended for service dogs in transit, includes fake hydrants and a lawn with sprinklers.

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View 2 WWII Ships Sunk by the Germans

New images show the destruction following Operation Tiger. Over 740 Americans died – but at the time, their deaths were cloaked in secrecy.

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Phelps: 'I'm Doing This Because I Want To'

Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps talks about his return to competitive swimming.

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Tiny Wyoming Town Evacuated After Explosion at Natural Gas Plant

A small town in southwestern Wyoming was evacuated on Wednesday afternoon after an explosion and fire at a natural gas processing plant.Lincoln County spokesman Stephen Malik told NBC Station KSL that there were no injuries from the blast, which occurred about 2 p.m.

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Student Arrested in UMass Boston Bomb Threats Case

Police at the University of Massachusetts Boston have charged a student in connection with two bomb threats called into the school in the past week.

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Lochte on Phelps: I Knew He'd Be Back

U.S. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte weighs in on Michael Phelps' return to the water and how it impacts his training and the sport of swimming.

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White Supremacist Pleads Guilty to Federal Murder Charges

A white supremacist who killed four people in a Pacific Northwest crime speed in 2011 pleaded guilty to federal charges in Portland on Wednesday.

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Kansas Slay Suspect Jeffrey Chapman Wanted to Erase 'Murder' Ink

A Kansas slaying suspect wanted to save his neck by getting the tattoo he splashed across it — the word "murder" spelled backward — inked over in jail.But county officials balked at Jeffrey Chapman's request for a personal needling session in lockup.



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