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A train collision in Texas leads authorities to question safety protocol Two BNSF Railway freight trains on the same track collided head-on Tuesday, leading the federal government to open up an investigation of technology compliance.
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Death toll rises at Istanbul's Ataturk airport after suicide bombing After three suicide bombers opened gunfire and detonated explosives at the international terminal of Istanbul's Ataturk airport Tuesday, the death toll rises from 10 to 36.
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The brewing liberal labor revolution Success in efforts to raise the minimum wage has sparked new efforts to take on a bigger challenge: recasting labor laws nearly a century old.
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If Turkey and Russia mend rift, it will be on Putin's terms Russia and Turkey even disagree over whether a letter the Turkish president sent his Russian counterpart is an apology or not.
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'Terrorists' open fire at Istanbul airport At least 10 people were killed and 20 others injured in an attack onIstanbul Atatrk Airport.
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See how NASA simulates year on Mars...on Earth's largest volcano In a dome on Hawaii'sMauna Loa volcano, a group of would-be astronauts is simulating living on Mars to test the psychological effects of a long-duration future mission to the Red Planet.
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Supreme Court rejects religious objections to sale of contraceptives The US Supreme Court let stand a July 2015 lower court ruling that a Washington State statute should protect women's access to contraceptives.
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How Benghazi will shape 2016 presidential race Even before the GOP-led House report on Benghazi, Hillary Clinton's biggest critics were shifting their attention to her emails. But the report gives them a fresh rallying point.
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Where in the world are the Obama women? Michelle, Sasha, and Malia are in North Africa and Spain for a six-day tour to highlight education, especially for girls, as USAID commits $27 million to the Obamas' Let Girls Learn initiative.
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Why Turkey's Erdogan settled for less than he wanted from Israel The deal reflected pragmatism. But it also signals Erdogan's declining stature in the Middle East and mounting troubles at home, where he has exploited cultural divisions to deflect attention.
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