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Revelers danced all night after the vote was announced Sunday. http://trib.al/EXmO3os
Revelers danced all night after the vote was announced Sunday.
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The Nobel Prize winner's battle with schizophrenia was the subject of a 2001 movie. http://trib.al/XEdT25y
The Nobel Prize winner's battle with schizophrenia was the subject of a 2001 movie.
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Silicon Valley is perhaps the world’s leading crucible of innovation. But it is a man’s world – with women making... http://trib.al/Ud6Sf30
Silicon Valley is perhaps the world’s leading crucible of innovation. But it is a man’s world – with women making up only 25 percent of the tech workforce. Meet the people working to change that.
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A staple of Memorial Day Weekend in the United States for over 100 years, the 500-mile open-wheel car race... http://trib.al/LTq2PDH
A staple of Memorial Day Weekend in the United States for over 100 years, the 500-mile open-wheel car race attracts fans from around the world.
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Nearly two-thirds of Irish voters supported amending the Republic of Ireland's constitution to allow gay marriage... http://trib.al/5XI8H6y
Nearly two-thirds of Irish voters supported amending the Republic of Ireland's constitution to allow gay marriage, making it the first country to legalize gay marriage in a popular referendum.
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Cleveland police officer Michael Brelo has been found not guilty in the deaths of two unarmed people in a 137... http://trib.al/PeMQF3U
Cleveland police officer Michael Brelo has been found not guilty in the deaths of two unarmed people in a 137-shot barrage of police gunfire. The US Justice Department has determined that Cleveland police for years engaged in a pattern of using excessive force.
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US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter says Iraqi forces 'showed no will to fight' in the face of Islamic State... http://trib.al/TrMuwjW
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter says Iraqi forces 'showed no will to fight' in the face of Islamic State fighters. Critics say the Obama administration needs to do more on the ground there.
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More than any other US city, Cleveland has had to come to grips with recent police shootings. In the wake of a... http://trib.al/4SIPUKn
More than any other US city, Cleveland has had to come to grips with recent police shootings. In the wake of a not guilty verdict, protests so far have been largely peaceful.
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By tapping into a growing rejection of the status quo, former punk rocker Pawel Kukiz has thrown Poland's... http://trib.al/yJkGYxV
By tapping into a growing rejection of the status quo, former punk rocker Pawel Kukiz has thrown Poland's presidential race into uncertainty – without even being on today's ballot.
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Riparian water users in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta are voluntarily cutting back farm water in return... http://trib.al/TDw7LlG
Riparian water users in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta are voluntarily cutting back farm water in return for certainty through this year’s growing season. It’s a start in curbing agricultural water use in drought-stricken California.
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The fall of the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra to the Islamic State this week marked an opportunity for the the... http://trib.al/g1xqB0g
The fall of the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra to the Islamic State this week marked an opportunity for the the militant group to push its propaganda forward.
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A divided Senate on Saturday defeated legislation that would end the government’s surveillance program and failed... http://trib.al/WNLdlRz
A divided Senate on Saturday defeated legislation that would end the government’s surveillance program and failed to extend the Patriot Act past its deadline.
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