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America's spies and HR offices are going back to pen and paper after last month's two big data breaches.









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The identity of the body and a cause of death were not immediately determined, but family members Raven Joy Campbell used to live at the apartment.









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Albuquerque police identified the man killed in a shootout as Tomorio Walton, 27, and said he was a parole absconder from Memphis.









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A woman living in rural northwestern Washington has died from measles, state health officials said Thursday. It's the first U.S. death in 12 years.









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A Clallam County woman's death is the first measles-related death in the U.S. since 2003.









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The fire in Greeleyville, South Carolina, raised suspicions that it may have been arson, coming after a racially motivated attack in Charleston.









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A Florida man was pulled from his kayak by a shark that took a bite on his fishing line. Ben Chancey reports.









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Episcopal Church leaders voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to allow religious weddings for same-sex couples. KSL's Andrew Adams reports.









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Valasia Limnioti and Konstantinos Patronis' "dream trip" turned to a nightmare when their Greek-issued credit and debit cards were suddenly declined.









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The police department said it is investigating the video, but the Commissioner Bill Bratton said "you have no right ... to resist arrest."









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Around 5,000 people were ordered to leave their homes after a train car containing a toxic chemical derailed in Tennessee at around midnight.









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After a spike in attacks, the director of the North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries named the sharks that could be responsible.









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Three on-duty police officers studied for a promotion test for three hours while nearby crime victims waited as long as 63 minutes for help.









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As large crowds gather all over the country for Fourth of July celebrations, there's heightened concern about attacks inspired by ISIS. Tracie Potts reports.









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Police have said so for years and now scientists have measured the effect: Mass shootings and school attacks do inspire copycats.









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Investigators say they've nabbed the man who set a CVS pharmacy ablaze during recent Baltimore riot. WBAL's George Lettis reports.









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Veterans suffering from PTSD ask for courtesy as Fourth of July fireworks celebrations ramp up. KWES' Zora Asberry reports.









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The hip-hop impresario was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and making terroristic threats in the June 21 incident on the UCLA campus.









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Dominic Adesanya, whose father said has mental health problems, got onto the restricted North Lawn before he was tackled by security officers Oct. 22.









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Andrew Costello was the latest victim in a string of shark attacks along the North Carolina coast. He's currently recovering at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville.









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