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Japan lifts evacuation of Fukushima town

For the first time since the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, residents of a certain town can return full-time if they wish.

The Japanese government on…

Bilingual anchor's defense of Spanish pronunciations sparks debate

Vanessa Ruiz (file)

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A bilingual news anchor in Arizona has defended her pronunciation of Spanish words and in doing so has brought national attention to the issue.

During a…

Busloads of weary migrants arrive in Austria

Migrants finally reach Austria

CNN

Some Austrians cheered as busloads of migrants pulled up on their border with Hungary early Saturday -- and weary passengers clutching children streamed…

Who is Kim Davis, clerk jailed over same-sex marriage?

Kim Davis door

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Same-sex marriage was supposed to be a settled matter in America -- it's a constitutional right -- but the issue returned to headlines this month after a…

Drawing a line in the sand in Malibu

Two nice ladies building castles in the sand with a cute little girl hardly seems like fodder for the police blotter.

But this is Malibu, where people call the…

30 hospitalized in school gas incident

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Mysterious gas at an Afghan girls' school sent 30 people to the hospital Saturday in the fourth such incident in the area in a week.

Whole Foods guard allegedly beats shopper

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Whole Foods Market has fired a security guard who allegedly beat up a man trying to buy groceries this week in Northern California.

Ex-Labor employee admits bootleg movie scheme

Illegal business run out of government building in DC

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A former longtime Labor Department employee admitted Friday to running a bootleg movie operation within the department's headquarters in Washington.

Ricardo…

La. high school football player dies after injury

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A Louisiana high school football player died after suffering an injury while playing, the Franklin Parish coroner's office said.

Rafael Nadal exits U.S. Open 2015

Rafael Nadal loses to Fabio Fognini

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It just hasn't been Rafael Nadal's year. The Spaniard crashed out of the U.S. Open in the third round after losing a five-set thriller to Italian Fabio Fognini.

European migrant crisis at a glance

Europe is in the midst of an unprecedented human migration. Fleeing war, fearing for their life and dreaming of a better life far from the poverty and upheaval…

Egyptian billionaire offers to buy island for refugees

Migrants are flooding Europe

Eric Berry/thelifeoferic.com via CNN

An Egyptian billionaire is offering to buy an island for people fleeing to Europe from war-torn countries in the Middle East and Africa.

Florida family says boy brain-damaged after termite fumigation

Florida family's home sprayed for termites

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A 10-year-old boy is suffering from brain damage after a botched fumigation of his family's Florida home, according to a family attorney.

Texas deputy shot and killed is laid to rest

Texas deputy's killer still at large

Harris County Sheriff's Office via CNN

Thousands of mourners gathered Friday for a final salute to a deputy sheriff shot to death last week while fueling his patrol car near Houston.

Deputy Darren H…

US Open 2015: Williams sisters to meet?

Venus Williams gunning for matchup with sister

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With Serena Williams' achievements this year, it's easy to forget that she's not the lone member of the family who has pocketed multiple grand slams.

There's…

Drone crashes in US Open seats; operator arrested

Teacher arrested

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Tennis balls were not the only thing flying Thursday night at the U.S. Open, where a small drone crashed into a seating area during a match. No people were hit.

Salmonella outbreak kills one, sickens 285 in the U.S.

Dozens fall ill in Arizona

California Department of Health via CNN

A salmonella outbreak linked to cucumbers grown in Mexico has killed one person and sickened hundreds in the United States, health officials said.

"I thought life would be better after the recession. Not worse."

--John Smith, unemployed construction worker

"These amendments may very likely duck the House's specific definition of what constitutes an earmark, but that doesn't mean it's not pork.

--Leslie Paige of Citizens Against Government Waste

"Folks are beyond homeless here. Their homes don't exist ... the power and destruction here was unimaginable."

--Missouri Gov. Jay Dixon following a devastating tornado that killed more than 150 people.

""There's a lot of things happening that can change the dynamic of this race from the past. So it will certainly be interesting to see."

--former Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneve on the Indy 500.

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