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Prosecutor Calls Manning an Egotist Who Betrayed Nation’s Trust – New York Times



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Prosecutor Calls Manning an Egotist Who Betrayed Nation's Trust
New York Times
FORT MEADE, Md. — A military prosecutor on Thursday portrayed Pfc. Bradley Manning as an egotist who betrayed the trust of the United States government when he leaked vast archives of secret documents to WikiLeaks, lifting a veil on American diplomatic 
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Syrian rebels ask Kerry to send US arms quickly – Reuters



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Syrian rebels ask Kerry to send US arms quickly
Reuters
By Michelle Nichols. NEW YORK | Thu Jul 25, 2013 7:09pm EDT. NEW YORK (Reuters) – The head of Syria's opposition told U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday the country's situation was "desperate" and called for the United States to arm the 
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Diminishing Checks and Balances for U.S. Commanders in Chief Considering War – PBS NewsHour


Diminishing Checks and Balances for U.S. Commanders in Chief Considering War
PBS NewsHour
The last official declaration of war from the U.S. Congress was in 1941, but the United States has been engaged in frequent military conflict since then. Ray Suarez sits down with Marvin Kalb to discuss the evolving power of the president in his book "The 

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You may be safer living in the city than the country, study finds – Los Angeles Times



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You may be safer living in the city than the country, study finds
Los Angeles Times
Want to keep your family safe? Then raise your kids in the city. It may sound counterintuitive, but researchers found people living in densely populated urban areas in the United States are 20% less likely to die from a serious injury than people who live in rural 
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Imported hot sauces contain high levels of lead, study says – The Seattle Times



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Imported hot sauces contain high levels of lead, study says
The Seattle Times
Imported hot sauces contain high levels of lead, study says. Researchers have found that many imported hot sauces sold in the United States contain dangerous levels of lead. By John M. Glionna. Los Angeles Times. Related. Most Popular Comments.
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US Workers Trail Rest Of Developed Countries In Vacation Time: Report – Huffington Post


US Workers Trail Rest Of Developed Countries In Vacation Time: Report
Huffington Post
WASHINGTON — As millions of Americans pack their cars ahead of Memorial Day weekend, the United States remains alone among the world's advanced economies in its lack of guaranteed paid vacation time for workers, according to a new report.

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HPV Vaccine Is Credited in Fall of Teenagers’ Infection Rate – New York Times (blog)



New York Times (blog)
HPV Vaccine Is Credited in Fall of Teenagers' Infection Rate
New York Times (blog)
The prevalence of dangerous strains of the human papillomavirus — the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States and a principal cause of cervical cancer — has dropped by half among teenage girls in recent years, a striking measure 

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FedEx Shares Dip on Growth Concerns – CNBC.com



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FedEx Shares Dip on Growth Concerns
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FedEx said on Wednesday it was cutting its capacity between the United States and Asia, sending its shares lower on concerns about future growth, even as the world's biggest air-freight company posted a stronger-than-expected profit. The company 
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NSA chief claims ‘focused’ surveillance disrupted more than 50 terror plots – The Guardian



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NSA chief claims 'focused' surveillance disrupted more than 50 terror plots
The Guardian
Some of the most senior intelligence and law enforcement officials in the United States strongly defended the National Security Agency's broad surveillance efforts on Tuesday, saying they had disrupted more than 50 terrorist plots around the world. General 
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Afghanistan suspends security pact talks with US amid Taliban peace process – Reuters



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Afghanistan suspends security pact talks with US amid Taliban peace process
Reuters
KABUL | Wed Jun 19, 2013 3:45am EDT. KABUL (Reuters) – Afghan President Hamid Karzai has decided to suspend talks on a security pact with the United States, accusing Washington of mixed messages regarding peace talks with the Taliban, his 
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