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6 People Have Gone Into Isolation For A Year For Science

A joint University of Hawaii-NASA experiment called HI-SEAS has sent six people into isolation for one year — longer than its three previous missions.

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The secret talking points of Donald Trump

While they may seem off the cuff, Donald Trump's speeches tend to have a lot of recurring themes.

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Minneapolis Fed President Against Raising Interest Rates

Although most Federal Reserve presidents around the country are confident that interest rates will increase across the country, Minneapolis president Narayana Kocherlakota says that raising interest rates could hurt the economy.

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White Supremacist Takes Stand In Jewish Site Shootings

White supremacist testifies at Jewish site deaths trial he wishes he could have killed more.

Attorney: Robin Williams' Bikes Are An Issue In Estate Fight

Attorney: Robin Williams' widow, children at odds over bike collection, artwork.

Oregon hemp farmer says startup going slow

1 of Oregon's first hemp farmers says startup slow due to lack of seed

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Iran president opposes parliament vote on nuclear deal

Iran president opposes parliament vote on nuclear deal, says it should not become obligation

As Erika weakens, some in Tampa Bay area are still worried

As Tropical Storm Erika weakens, some in the Tampa Bay area still worried about heavy rain

US astronauts drink recycled urine on ISS, Russians don't

The International Space Station has two different water filtration systems because Russia and the US couldn't agree on how it should work. Shocking, I know. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Suspect Arrested In 'Unprovoked' Attack On Texas Deputy

Authorities have arrested a suspect in the Friday killing of Harry County Sherrif's Deputy Darren H. Goforth.

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Residents across Gulf remember Katrina's might, recovery

With church bells, brass bands, Gulf residents remember Katrina's wrath, celebrate recovery

"Star Wars" toys get marathon roll-out in Disney merchandising push

"Star Wars" producers announce a marathon, worldwide roll-out of toys for "The Force Awakens". Jane Ross reports.

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Algae drives down property values on Lake Champlain

Toxic algae clinging to Champlain's shore drives down property values

Suspect Arrested in 'Unprovoked' Attack on Texas Deputy

Authorities have arrested a suspect in the Friday killing of Harry County Sherrif's Deputy Darren H. Goforth.

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Police arrest suspect in Texas deputy killing

Authorities have a suspect in custody who is believed to be the gunman in the killing of a uniformed sheriff's deputy, Sgt. William Kennard.

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Twitter sets modest goals to diversity its workforce

Twitter promises to hire, promote more women while fighting gender discrimination suit

Egypt Sentences Al Jazeera Journalists To 3 Years In Prison

Peter Greste, Baher Mohamed and Mohamed Fahmy have been given three-year sentences on charges of aiding a terrorist organization.

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Erika no longer a tropical storm

Florida Gov. Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency in preparation for Tropical Storm Erika, but the storm appears to be weakening.

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St. Louis Fed President Discusses Interest Rate Options

St. Louis Federal Reserve president James Bullard explains to WSJ chief economics correspondent Jon Hilsenrath that, though the markets have recently been volatile, he is confident in the September schedule for raising national interest rates.

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Hometown names school for teacher killed at Newtown

Hometown names school for teacher killed while protecting kids in 2012 Newtown massacre

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3 Al-Jazeera English reporters await Egyptian court ruling

3 Al-Jazeera English reporters await ruling by Egyptian court in their retrial

FBI investigates after international flight diverted

Disturbance on flight from Las Vegas to Germany diverts plane to Denver; FBI investigates

Group selfies causing lice increase

A doctor from Wisconsin is claiming that teens' love of taking group selfies is behind an increase in lice. That is disputed and up for debate say others. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) will walk you through it.

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