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Libyan Armed Faction Takes Over U.S. Embassy Annex In Tripoli
U.S. officials said on Saturday that members of a Libyan militia have taken over an abandoned annex of the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli,

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Ferguson Protesters Plan To Halt St. Louis Labor Day Traffic
Ferguson protestors say they will stop on St. Louis highways for four-and-a-half minutes on Labor day.

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Airstrikes Hit ISIL, Airdrops Aid Citizens in Amirli
U.S Central Command has conducted a total of 118 airstrikes across Iraq.

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U.S., Partner-nations Conduct Humanitarian Airdrop in Iraq
These military operations were conducted under authorization from the Commander-in-Chief

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Apple Granted Patent On Glass Cube Store
Apple has had history dealing with copycats and this most recent patent win will ensure there wont be any other look-alike glass cube built

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Root Cause of Terror Threat Poisonous Ideaology: Cameron
Aug. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloombergs Scarlet Fu reports on breaking news which includes a live excerpt from British Prime Minister David Camero

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Barron's Buzz: The Bad News About Unemployment
Barron's editor Jack Hough previews the Barron's issue which has features on the bad news about unemployment and the new space race.

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Ebola Patients Released From Liberian Treatment Center
Two Ebola patients treated with experimental drug ZMapp were allowed to leave a treatment center in Liberia on Saturday after testing negati

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U.S. Military Spends $7.5 Million A Day On Iraq Operations
Pentagon Press Secretary Adm. John Kirby said on Friday that U.S. military operations targeting Islamic State militants in Iraq cost $7.5 mi

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Coffee Then Napping: The Key To Alertness
Researchers say having a cup of coffee then taking a nap is more effective than a nap or coffee alone.

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