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Gabriel Garcia Marquez has died at 87, leaving behind a world of readers entranced by his tales and writers inspired by his magical storytelling in both fiction and nonfiction.
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During the time he was waiting for instructions to report to prison, Cornealious Anderson married, started three businesses, raised three children and led a model life. Thirteen years later, when he would have been finishing his sentence for armed robbery, a SWAT team came to his house. 
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Maybe his lawyer can come up with some kind of deal or something. I hope he can. This had clean up his act by staying out of trouble.

Some people would have change their names and relocated somewhere else. And stay live a normal life by being a good citizen by (getting a job and doing community service at the same time or donated money to charities)
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"As the ferry was shaking and tilting, we all tripped and bumped into each another," said Lim Hyung-min, a student who was rescued after
he jumped into the ocean wearing life jacket and then swam to a nearby rescue boat. The ocean "was so cold. ... I was hurrying, thinking that I wanted to live."
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The NYPD Demographics Unit, which drew criticism and civil rights lawsuits for spying on the city's Muslim community, has been disbanded. But there's some concern about what will happen to the information it collected on innocent people. 
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Sad story, if any religious leader of any faith, says killing, lying or breaking any of the 10 commandments is justified, that person is a false teacher. What we need is to be aware, that what seems wrong, is wrong.
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Chinese tourists, now the most common world travelers, prompt complaints in Thailand's second city.
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This week's collection includes photos from the fire in Valparaiso, Chile, the sunken ferry in South Korea, the Masters golf tournament and Fashion Week in Rio de Janiero.
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High fuel prices may have resulted in higher fares for consumers, but in many ways airlines are coming out ahead. It forced them to become more fuel-efficient and prevented competitors from entering the market. 
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It's bad for everyone, not just USA. I hope you do realize that the USA on average has the lowest price at the pumps for gasoline then the majority of the world.
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Schools may not give girls wearing leggings a second thought — until those girls start to look a little more like women.
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+Jaime Casarez Self expression shouldn't include expressing one's genitalia via pants so thin and tight that one could count the hairs. "read my lips" she said, but then she kept her mouth shut.
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Did you miss the 'blood moon' eclipse? For those fortunate enough to have clear skies, sky-gazers in North and South America were treated to a full lunar eclipse. For some, the moon appeared red-orange because of all the sunsets and sunrises shimmering from Earth, thus the name 'blood moon.'
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"That's a negotiated right that is a win for everybody," said Marlins infielder Ed Lucas, who missed one game last September for the birth of his son. "It shows compassion on the side of the team. It's the only major sport that has paternity leave. But we're also the only sport that plays every day."
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