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Supreme Court Hears First Amendment Case On Protests At Military Funerals
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Fred Phelps, Founder of Westboro Baptist Church, Dead at 84

Fred Phelps, who founded the Westboro Baptist Church, died late Wednesday night at a hospice in Topeka, Kansas. He was 84.

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Helicopter Crashes in Downtown Seattle, Killing 2, Injuring at Least 1 [UPDATED]

A helicopter belonging to Seattle news station KOMO crashed on Tuesday morning near Fisher Plaza, near the famed Space Needle.

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Obama: Sanctions Show Costs to Russia on Crimea

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says new U.S. sanctions imposed on Russian officials make it clear "that there are consequences for their actions" in Crimea and he's warning that the U.S. stands ready to impose further sanctions if necessary.

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Raising Missouri’s Minimum Wage Won’t Solve the Poverty Problem [OPINION]

There has been lots of talk lately about raising minimum wage at federal government on down to the state level. The latest conversation of raising minimum wage in Missouri to $10 an hour comes from the Missouri Senate, who this week voted to move up SB531 out of the Senate Small Business, Insurance and Industry Committee and can now be brought to the whole Senate for debate.

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US Budget Deficit Hits $193.5 Billion in February

WASHINGTON (MARTIN CRUTSINGER, AP Economics Writer) — The U.S. government is running a deficit that is 23.6 percent lower than in the same period a year ago through the first five months of this budget year, another sign of improvement in the nation's finances.

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UPDATED: At Least 2 Dead, 22 Injured in New York City Building Explosion [PHOTOS]

Two adjacent apartment buildings in Manhattan collapsed after a gas explosion Wednesday morning. Two women were killed in the blast, which also injured at least 16 people and left many more missing.

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Senate Sends Obama Childhood Cancer Research Bill

WASHINGTON (ANDREW TAYLOR, Associated Press) — The Senate has passed Republican-backed legislation to repeal taxpayer funding for political conventions. Instead, $126 million over the coming decade will go for additional research into pediatric cancer and other childhood disorders like autism and down syndrome.

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CIA Director: We Didn’t Hack Senate Computers

WASHINGTON (AP) — CIA director John Brennan says the spy agency did not hack into computers that Senate staffers were using to investigate Bush-era interrogation programs.

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Red Sox Facing Possible Suit Over ‘B Strong’

After last spring's horrific Boston Marathon bombing, the Boston Red Sox did their best to pick up the city. One of the ways that the team (and its fans) showed its support for the community was by adopting the 'B Strong' logo, which was featured throughout the park, on the player uniforms and on items sold to the public (with the money going to charity).

But now, the team could be facing a lawsuit over the 'B Strong' logo from a Texas-based charity that says it has used 'B Strong' for the past several years.

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White House Petition Seeks to Make MLB Opening Day a National Holiday

Major League Baseball Opening Day; sunshine, tailgating, hot dogs, beer, and the crack of the bat. We all wish we could take a day off and enjoy the MLB Opening Day, but instead, most of us are stuck at work. Now, former St. Louis Cardinal "The Wizard" Ozzie Smith has partnered with Budweiser to make Major League Baseball's Opening Day a national holiday.

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