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Man's pit bull attacks his wife; part of her arm amputatedMan's pit bull attacks his wife at their home; she loses part of her arm and dog is euthanized
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300 years after shipwreck, treasure hunters find $1M in gold300 years after shipwreck, treasure hunters find $1 million in gold off Florida coast
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Police: Officer shoots, wounds man in BaltimoreOfficer shoots, wounds man in who police say ran car into cruiser in southwest Baltimore
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Drew Mydock, from left, Heather Popi and Kristen Murgio light the first paper balloon during a candlelight vigil and paper balloon release at Jupiter Inlet Park, Monday, July 27, 2015, for teenagers Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen in Jupiter, Fla. The teens were last seen Friday afternoon buying fuel near Jupiter and were believed to have been heading toward the Bahamas. (Thomas Cordy/The Palm Beach Post via AP)
The Latest on missing teens: Mothers hold out hopeThe Latest on missing teens: Mothers say the boys have the skills to survive in the ocean
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In this Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011, file photo, Derrik Sweeney, center, receives hugs from his father Kevin Sweeney, left, and sister Ashley, right, after Derrik arrived at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport in St. Louis. Sweeney and two other American students were arrested on the roof of a university building near Tahrir Square in Cairo accused of throwing firebombs at security forces fighting with protesters. Scholars and students across the U.S., are attracted to international hotspots as subjects of study, experts say, and as an opportunity to see historic events unfold from a front-row seat however, it’s a challenge for colleges and universities to weigh the benefits against safety risks and they often refuse to sponsor travel to areas in conflict. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File)
Scholars drawn to conflict zones stoke college safety debateWhen students, scholars are drawn to conflict zones, colleges are torn between risk and reward
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