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NASA's Final Space Shuttle Flight Lifts Off From Cape Canaveral
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Final Flight Of Space Shuttle Program Launched Today (with video)

With much anticipation, and some sadness, NASA blasted off the Atlantis Space Shuttle, marking the final flight for the decades-old shuttle program that revolutionized space exploration.  A perfect launch under partly sunny skies this morning saw Atlantis rocket to space for the final time.

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Texas Gov. Rick Perry
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Texas Showdown-Obama vs. Governor Perry

It's being billed as a Texas showdown, between Governor Rick Perry and President Obama.  At the center of the controversy is the pending midnight execution of Mexican citizen Humberto Leal, who is set to die by lethal injection for the 1994 rape and murder of 16-year old Adria Sauceda of San Antonio. 

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South Korea to Host 2018 Winter Olympics [PHOTOS]

The 2018 Winter Olympics will be held in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The city was named the Olympics' host in a Wednesday announcement in Durban, South Africa.

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Billions Worth of Treasure Discovered in Indian Temple [VIDEO]

In a story that sounds like it came straight out of a Nicolas Cage movie, archaeologists have uncovered a treasure trove of of jewelry, coins and precious stones estimated to be worth $10 to $20 billion.

Parsed among five vaults in the Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple in the southern Indian state of Kerala, the bounty represents centuries worth of gifts from the temple's devotees.

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Afghan Police Secure Locations In Kandahar After Taliban Attack
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The Worst Negotiator Ever…Obama?

Numerous News sources, from FOX to CNN are reporting Obama and the US are considering entering into negotiations with the Taliban to end hostilities.  But is Obama the 'worst' negotiator ever?

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Obama-10,000 Troops Out Of Afghanistan By Year’s End

According to White House sources, when President Obama addresses the nation tonight, he will be announcing that 10,000 of the 30,000 "surge" troops sent to Afghanistan will be home by the end of 2011.

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Anti-Terrorist Specialists in Jordan
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Al-Qaida Publishes US Hit List

The FBI has issued new warnings and is closely studying an Al-Qaida website that today published a "hit list" of American politicians, business leaders, and locations, calling for terrorists to hit Americans in their own homes.

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German health authorities have announced they suspect cucumbers, tomatoes and salad grown in northern Germany to be possible carriers of E. coli
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E. Coli ‘Superbug’ Hitting Europe

A new deadly treatment resistant strain of E-coli is steamrolling through Europe,  possibly from fertilizer used  to feed vegetables.

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
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“Israel Will Be Furious” Over Obama’s Middle East Speech

President Obama's Middle East themed speech to the State Department will, in the words of BBC analyists, "make Israel furious."

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bin Laden Planned To Hit Smaller Cities-Documents Show

As more documents, computer information and data is coming public following the death of Osama bin Laden-and the seizure of his compound, the US is finding shocking lists of multiple terror targets.

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