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Lost And Found: Missing Rembrandt, Dürer Prints Turn Up At Boston Library

Worth a combined $630,000, they were found misfiled after an exhaustive, eight-week search of the stacks. But not before an FBI probe was launched and the library's president resigned.

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Pakistan Officials: Most Arrested In Malala Yousafzai Attack 'Secretly Acquitted'

Authorities announced in April that 10 men had been convicted in the attack on the youth activist. Now they say all but two were actually "secretly acquitted" and set free.

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India Orders Nestlé To Stop Selling Some Noodle Soup Products

India's Food Safety and Standards Authority said that the soups were "unsafe and hazardous for human consumption." Nestlé said the products had not been tested properly.

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Top Stories: Job Creation Increases In May; China Dismisses Hacking Charge

Also: Greece will miss a major debt payment; state senators in California pass an assisted suicide bill; and a fake orca in Oregon has mechanical problems and doesn't scare off any sea lions.

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Economy Beats Expectations, Adding 280K New Jobs In May

The Labor Department says the jobless rate increased to 5.5 percent as more Americans who had been sitting on the sidelines begin looking for work.

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China Says U.S. Allegations That It Was Behind Cyberattack Are 'Irresponsible'

On Thursday, the U.S. revealed that the records of 4 million federal employees may have been compromised. China says these attacks are hard to track, so the U.S. should not jump to conclusions.

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The Pentagon Wants These Robots To Save The Day

A competition in California is trying to ready robots for disaster response. But the bots have a ways to go.

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University of North Carolina Charged With Five 'Level 1' Violations By NCAA

The NCAA has been looking into the case for several years, after allegations of widespread grade inflation for student athletes at the school.

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Massive Data Breach Puts 4 Million Federal Employees' Records At Risk

The Office of Personnel Management says it's notifying current and former employees whose personally identifiable information may have been compromised.

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Lightning Hope Lesson Was Learned In Opening Game Loss To Blackhawks

Chicago took advantage of late-game lapses to win in game one. Tampa Bay knows it has to keep the pressure on to bounce back in game two of the Stanley Cup finals.

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NBA Finals Get Underway Tonight

The much-anticipated series features two of league's biggest stars, LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors.

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EPA Finds No Widespread Drinking Water Pollution From Fracking

The report says there are few incidents of tainted water given the number of wells. Energy companies agree. Environmentalists accuse the industry of undue influence over the study.

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In A First For Online Media, Gawker Writers Join Union

One of the site's writers says organizing the workers is a sign the digital media are growing up. The CEO says he's pleased with vote.

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Bergdahl Hearing Postponed Until September

The hearing that will decide whether the U.S. Army sergeant accused of desertion will face a court martial has been pushed back from July to September.

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Ukraine's President Warns Of Russian Invasion

Petro Poroshenko, addressing parliament, said there is a "colossal threat" of an upsurge in attacks by pro-Russia separatists and a "full-scale invasion" by Moscow's forces.

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Burst Oil Pipeline In California Severely Corroded, Investigators Say

Preliminary findings show that almost half of a section of pipeline that ruptured last month near Santa Barbara was worn away.

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Newly Identified 'Hellboy' Dinosaur Sported Unique Horns, Scientists Say

The new species, a close relative of Triceratops that was discovered in Alberta, Canada, has large horns above the eyes and a crown-like frill.

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Indicted Former FIFA Official Warner Says He Won't Protect Secrets

Jack Warner cites "my knowledge of financial transactions at FIFA — including, but not limited to, its president, Mr. Sepp Blatter."

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Gov. Rick Perry To Announce Second White House Bid Today

The Republican, whose 2012 run for president imploded after an "oops" moment during a televised debate, touts his 14 years as Texas governor.

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Man Fatally Shot In Boston Was Planning Attack On Police, Officials Say

Usaama Rahim, 26, who was shot and killed on Tuesday after he lunged at authorities with a large, military-style knife, had been plotting to attack "boys in blue," according to an affidavit.

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