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Police kill Paris terror suspects, hostages die in second siege

The violence was of an unprecedented scale as France tackled one of the worst threats to its internal security in decades.

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Court to weigh overturning gay marriage bans in 3 states

A federal appeals court will weigh whether to strike down same-sex marriage bans in Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi.

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Boston to bid for 2024 Olympics

Boston will be the American candidate city that will bid to host the 2024 Summer Games.

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Facing shrinking budgets, Pentagon moves to cut European bases

Facing tight budgets and a shrinking military, the Pentagon will hand 14 sites back to their home governments.

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Honda fined record $70M for failing to report deaths, injuries

Honda will pay penalties for failing to report hundreds of injuries, deaths, and other consumer claims.

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2014 layoffs were the lowest in 17 years

Employers cut 5 percent fewer jobs last year than in 2013 and the smallest number since 1997.

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Ready, set, showdown: New GOP leader, Obama lining up fights

The new Senate majority leader and President Barack Obama aren't wasting any time setting up showdowns.

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FCC chief seen siding with Obama on net neutrality

The top communications regulator appears ready to endorse strict "net neutrality" rules.

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French police officer killed in shoot-out, hunt deepens for terrorists

The manhunt widened for two brothers suspected of killing 12 people in an apparent Islamist militant strike.

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Sub-zero winds grip much of U.S., closing schools

An Arctic air blast from Canada hit the U.S., with many parts around minus 10 degrees, the National Weather Service said.

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U.S.-led air strikes have hit 3,000 Islamic State targets

Strikes against ISIS militants in Iraq and Syria have damaged or destroyed more than 3,000 targets since August.

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1 dead in police-involved shooting at Columbus airport

Officials say a man was fatally shot after a confrontation involving a vehicle outside of Port Columbus International Airport.

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At least 12 dead in French terrorist attack

Hooded gunmen stormed the offices of a satirical magazine known for lampooning radical Islam, killing at least 12, including two police officers.

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Republicans push Keystone bill, White House threatens veto

Republicans kicked off the new Congress with legislation to approve the Keystone XL pipeline to bring oil from Canada.

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Bridge to the past: Massachusetts opens 220-year-old time capsule

A time capsule containing artifacts left by U.S. founding fathers Samuel Adams and Paul Revere has finally been opened.

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Gunman fatally shoots 1, kills self at Army facility

The shootings took place at a veterans' clinic at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center in western Texas.

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Opening Republican salvo on Obamacare draws fire on both sides

The first attempt to weaken Obamacare with legislation boasting Democratic support is headed for troubled waters.

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Middle aged? The CDC says you’re most likely to die from drinking

It's not college students, but rather middle-aged Americans, who are most likely to die from drinking too much.

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Republican reign begins in Congress

The party aims to roll back President Barack Obama's immigration, energy, and health care policies.

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Girl Scouts start new year with new cookies, technology

Girl Scouts is launching three new cookie flavors, including two that are Gluten-free!

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Unemployment Falls in Maine and Nationwide

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Maine's labor officials say the unemployment rate dropped slightly in December.

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Blizzard Shutting Down Maine Airports, Trains

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Much of Maine's transportation grid is shutting down in anticipation of a blizzard that could immobilize travel in many parts of the state.

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Maine Residents Preparing for Huge Snowstorm

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Maine residents are buying groceries and running last-minute errands to prepare for a winter storm that could drop as much as 2 feet of snow in some areas.

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Feds to Host Active Shooter Training in Northern Maine

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The U.S. Border Patrol and law enforcement agencies across Maine are conducting active shooter training exercises this week.

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Southern Maine Could See 2 Feet of Snow, 50 MPH Gusts

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Parts of southern Maine will see 2 feet of snow as wind gusts up to 50 mph and frigid temperatures make for a dangerous winter storm.

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