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Harrison Ford Injured in Plane Crash
Actor Harrison Ford was in fair to moderate condition after his vintage World War II training plane crash landed on a California golf course.News Image


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Freight Train Carrying Oil Derails, Catches Fire in Illinois
The train, which derailed near the Mississippi River, consisted of 105 loaded cars, and all but two of those contained crude oil.News Image


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Denver Boy Sells Hot Cocoa To Help Hospital That Saved Friend
When his friend Cade was diagnosed with brain cancer, 8-year-old Tristan Regini thought of a way to raise money for Children's Hospital Colorado.News Image
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Army Must Call Chelsea Manning A Woman: Court
Chelsea Manning, a transgender woman convicted of leaking national security secrets, must be referred to using feminine pronouns, a court ruled.News Image


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Boy Sells Hot Cocoa to Benefit Hospital That Saved Friend's Life
When his friend Cade was diagnosed with brain cancer, 8-year-old Tristan Regini thought of a way to raise money for Children's Hospital Colorado.News Image


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Parents Sue Amazon for Teen's Caffeine Overdose Death
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How Popular Is The Pope? Even Atheists Like Him
The pontiff gets good grades from 95 percent of U.S. Catholics who go to church every week.News Image


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'It Really Hurts, Daddy': Bomb Survivors Recall Horror
On the second day of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's terror trial, survivors continued to tell stories of the twin blasts that rocked the 2013 Boston Marathon.News Image


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Dog Rescued From Railroad Tracks Awaits Surgery
Cabela lost a lot of blood and will have her right foreleg amputated when she's stable enough, clinic officials and police said Thursday.News Image


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Delta Airlines Plane Skids Off LaGuardia Airport Runway
Travelers give first-hand view of a Delta Airlines plane that skidded off the runway at LaGuardia Airport amid a snowstorm.News Image


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Boston Marathon Survivor: 'I've Found My Purpose'
For Rebekah Gregory, life is now about inspiring others, and having a sense of humor about everything even her leg prosthetic.News Image


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Tower Audio: 'Advise Crash Report. LaGuardia Airport is Closed'
Listen as ground control crew, and the air traffic control tower learn that Delta flight 1099 has skidded off the runway, and is leaking fuel "heavily."News Image


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Mistrial: Jodi Arias Escapes Death Penalty
The jury announced its decision in Phoenix after five days of deliberations.News Image


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Ringling Bros. Stamping Out Iconic Elephant Acts
The iconic circus announced Thursday that it is phasing out its elephants in North America.News Image


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