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Cuba Returns Hellfire Missile It Mistakenly Received From The US

The missile was reportedly shipped from France to Cuba by mistake in 2014. Cuba returned it to Florida on Saturday.

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Designer's rags-to-riches story

From humble beginnings as tailors 175 years ago, the Angel family is now one of the biggest providers of costumes for the film industry in the world.

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Bottle of McDonald's Big Mac sauce sells for $95,000+ on eBay

McDonald's auctioned several bottle of their Big Mac sauce on eBay for charity. One of them sold for more than $95,000. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Virginia police investigating deadly force incident

The fatal police shooting of a 19-year-old man in rural central Virginia is being investigated by the state police

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Group: 1,800 housing starts in West Bank settlements in 2015

A watchdog group says Israel began building 1,800 new settlement homes in the West Bank in 2015

Former priest arrested in cold case known for compassion

The former priest accused of killing a Texas schoolteacher nearly 56 years ago is well known in Phoenix for his compassion and tireless charity work

Carved-up N. Carolina county braces for redistricting fight

North Carolina's redistricting fight is being closely watched in Durham County, which was divided among four Congressional Districts a few years ago

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Has Died At 79

Reports cite federal officials that say he died in his sleep of natural causes.

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Long road to recovery after devastating California wildfire

Long road to recovery months after devastating Northern California that wiped out hundreds of homes

Two shot at Arizona high school: police

Police in Glendale, Arizona say at least two people are wounded during a shooting incident at Independence High School where a large number of officers have responded to the scene. Mana Rabiee reports.

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GOP governor stays popular in Democratic Massachusetts

While partisan battles rage in Washington and other state capitals, Republican Gov. Charlie Baker remains remarkably popular in one of the nation's bluest states

Is Siding With President Bush A Good Idea For GOP Candidates?

In a Republican primary: yes.

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Big Warm Up Ahead for Middle of Country

By mid week temperatures will be 10 to 30 degrees above average for the middle of the country.

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Hong Kong hosts Valentine's Day with 25,000 LED roses

Valentine's Day has come to the waterfront Hong Kong promenade in the shape of 25,000 illuminated roses _ part of a public art installation from South Korea

GOP Candidates Praise Scalia's Influence During CBS Debate

During the ninth GOP debate, Republican candidates praised Justice Scalia's legacy, and questioned whether President Obama should appoint a successor.

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Global warming will make flights longer

Global warming will make some flights longer and considering flying contributes to global warming, we could have a run-away train on our hands. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the details.

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Egypt's Doctors Protest Police Brutality, Could Go On Partial Strike

After Egyptian police were accused of assaulting health professionals, a doctors union has issued a list of demands.

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Suspect in Baton Rouge shootout dies

Police in Louisiana say a man suspected of shooting two police officers in Baton Rouge has died

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Memorial service held for victims of train crash in Germany

Hundreds of mourners have gathered at a memorial service for the 11 victims who died in a head-on train crash in southern Germany this week

New York weighs new approach to high child care costs

A New York state senator has proposed a plan to let parents defer up to $2,000 of their state taxes a year to help cover the costs of child care, and then pay the money to the state, interest free, after the child has entered school