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Ex-Yankees Outfielder Convicted of Sexual Abuse


Rosendo "Rusty" Torres was convicted of five counts of sexual abuse. Prosecutors say he abused a girl younger than 11 while a baseball coach.






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Tropical Storm Bertha Forms in the Atlantic


Bertha is the second named storm of the Atlantic Hurricane season, and had 45 mph winds Thursday night.






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Sudanese Woman Sentenced to Die for Faith Arrives in U.S.


Meriam Ibrahim was welcomed by the large Sudanese community of Manchester, New Hampshire, after her harrowing journey from prison.






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Cosplaying Comic-Con Teen Wasn't Beaten, She Fell: Cops


The 17-year-old's family said the girl was attacked and beaten bloody at a hotel, but police believe she was on drugs and fell while climbing a fence.
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Tree Rings Solve Mystery of Ship in World Trade Center Ruins


Scientists say the ship discovered at the World Trade Center site in New York is from pre-Revolutionary America.
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'I Wasn't Scared': Girl Describes High Dive Mishap


"I blacked out, I don't remember hitting the first platform or hitting the water. All I remember was popping up and I was in shock and panicking," Taylor Jo Roberts.






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Still No Clues in Disappearance of Missing Mom


The search entered into its seventh day Thursday with no signs of Jennifer Huston, a mother of two who left to run errands and never returned.






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Holder: Inmates Deserve to Know Lethal Cocktail


Eric Holder said Thursday that prisoners have a right to know the composition and sources of the death penalty drugs to be administered.






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Congress on Track to Be Least Productive


As members work hard to get out of town for a five-week recess, this Congress is shaping up to be the least productive Congress in history.
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Obamacare Challengers Urge Quick Supreme Court Review


Two federal courts reached opposite conclusions on that issue last week.






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Manziel Admits NFL So Far Has Been 'a Process for Me'


Johnny Manziel admitted to some growing pains Monday, noting that it’s going to take time for him to learn an NFL playbook.






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Bromance Over: Time for Boehner and Cantor to Part


The dramatic working relationship of top House Republicans John Boehner and Eric Cantor ends as Cantor steps down after a shocking election defeat.






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CIA Boss Apologizes for Hacking Senate Computers


CIA Director John Brennan has privately apologized to Senate intelligence committee leaders now that the spy agency's inspector general has found that its employees did act improperly when searching Senate computers earlier this year.






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CDC Issues Highest-Level Travel Warning as Ebola Spreads


As the Ebola outbreak surges out of control in West Africa, Emory University Hospital is now preparing to receive a patient with the deadly virus.






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CIA 'Improperly Accessed' Senate Computers, Agency Finds


CIA director John Brennan apologized to Senate Intelligence Committee leaders amid calls for his resignation.






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Edward Snowden's Temporary Asylum Set to Expire in Russia


Snowden has applied to extend his one-year asylum in Russia, according to his lawyer.






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Eerie Clinton Tape Surfaces: I Could Have Killed Osama


In a newly-released audio tape, Bill Clinton discusses why he passed on the opportunity to kill Osama bin Laden.






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California Drought Crisis Deepens as State Hits Driest Level


More than 58 percent of California is considered to be in an “exceptional drought” stage.






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Pot Brownies Are About to Get Weaker in Colorado


Edible marijuana producers say they'll comply with the rules by making milder products.






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Slowing Demand: Dallas Drops Plan for Undocumented Kids


Dallas County had offered to host 2,000 undocumented immigrant children, but federal officials said fewer crossings means offer is not needed.






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