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Brussels Unites In Grief As Search For Attacker — Or Attackers — Continues

Police are still determining the number of suspects involved. Meanwhile, Salah Abdeslam, the suspect in the Paris attacks who was arrested last week, now says he is not fighting extradition to France.

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The People Have Spoken: No New Flag For New Zealand

Ten months and 10,000 flag submissions later, New Zealanders decided to just keep what they had.

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Ship That Vanished 95 Years Ago Is Found

The maritime mystery is solved with the discovery of wreckage off the California coast. In 1921, the USS Conestoga's disappearance with its crew of 56 prompted a fruitless air and sea search.

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WATCH: Obama Dances The Tango During State Dinner In Argentina

The president initially declined but then accepted the outstretched hand of a dancer at the state dinner in Buenos Aires. The first lady also took the floor for the famous Argentine tango.

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Prosecutors Won't Seek Jail Time For Ex-NYPD Officer Who Killed Unarmed Man

Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson said there was no evidence to support the idea that Peter Liang, who is Asian-American, "intended to kill or injure" Akai Gurley, an unarmed black man.

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After Brussels Attacks, Identities Of The Victims Are Slowly Emerging

Belgian authorities aren't releasing names of the victims, but some information has trickled out. Here's what we know about three of the deceased.

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After 24 Hours, Man At Top Of 80-Foot Sequoia Tree Climbs Down

A man who climbed an enormous tree in downtown Seattle on Tuesday morning and stayed there overnight repeatedly rebuffed police negotiators before climbing down safely on Wednesday.

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Yankees' A-Rod Says He'll Retire After 2017 Season

Alex Rodriguez, 40, says it's time to "go home and be dad." But he's giving fans two years to get to the park to see the end of his playing career.

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Phife Dawg, A Founding Member of A Tribe Called Quest, Dies At 45

His family said in a statement that Malik I. Taylor's death was the result of complications from diabetes.

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Divided Court Seems To Hint At 4-4 Decision In Obamacare Case

Justice Anthony Kennedy, the crucial swing vote on the court, gave mixed signals during a hearing about the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive mandate.

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The Trenchcoat Robbers

Ray Bowman and Billy Kirkpatrick, who began boosting together as teenagers, were arrested only twice during their prolific partnership. The first time was for stealing 38 records from a K-Mart in 1974. The second arrest came in 1997. In between, Bowman and Kirkpatrick robbed 27 banks, including the single biggest haul in United States history: $4,461,681 from the Seafirst Bank in suburban Tacoma.

Alex Kotlowitz | New Yorker | Jul 2002
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Turkey Says It Deported Ibrahim El Bakraoui And Warned Belgium In 2015

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Belgium was warned about the terrorist ties of one of the brothers suspected in Tuesday's suicide attack in Brussels.

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LISTEN: Obama Explains His Approach To ISIS In 7 Minutes

Obama said stopping attacks like one in Brussels is "difficult work." His advisers, he said, are working on "every strategy possible."

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Former Trooper Pleads Not Guilty To Perjury Over Arrest Of Sandra Bland

Brian Encinia appeared in court Tuesday night on misdemeanor charges that he lied about the circumstances under which he stopped Bland. Bland was later found in prison, prompting protests.

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Independent Investigators: State Officials Mostly To Blame For Flint Water Crisis

"Clearly, what happened here is a case of environmental injustice," task force member Ken Sikkema tells reporters. Primary blame rests with a state environmental agency, investigators concluded.

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Colonels of Truth

Harland Sanders left home when he was 13. He once gunned a man down in the street for painting over one of his signs. During the war, he fed the scientists who created the atomic bomb. And then, in his 60s and going by the moniker Colonel Sanders, he began selling fried chicken.

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The Mysterious Vision of Jeff Nichols, Hollywood’s Next Blockbuster Auteur

How the director of Midnight Special thinks strategically about his art and his career.

Amy Wallace | Wired | Mar 2016
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Top Stories: Latest On Brussels Attacks; Presidential Contest Results

Also: Jeb Bush will endorse Ted Cruz for President; the Supreme Court hears a challenge to the Affordable Care Act; and a Seattle man climbs a giant tree, disrupts traffic and won't come down.

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A Day After Brussels Attacks, Search For Suspect Continues

A day after terrorist attacks in Brussels killed at least 30 and wounded at least 230, police continue to search for a suspected accomplice.

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Update: 23 Weeks 6 Days

An update on Juniper French, a tiny baby, born at 23 Weeks and 6 days -- roughly halfway to full term. And a whole universe of medical and moral questions.

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