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FILE - In this Nov. 6, 1997, file photo, former President George H.W. Bush hugs his wife, Barbara, after speaking at the dedication of the George Bush Presidential Library in College Station, Texas. The Bushes were married Jan. 6, 1945, and have had the longest marriage of any presidential couple in American history. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan, File)
Bush recovering from pneumonia, doing physical therapyFormer President George H.W. Bush is increasing his activity as he recovers from pneumonia at a Houston hospital
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Chart shows the number of police shot in ambush-style shootings and all shootings over the past three years; 1c x 3 1/4 inches; 46.5 mm x 82 mm;
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Lawsuit contends N Carolina sex offender law goes too farConvicted sex offenders are pushing back against North Carolina laws they say deprive offenders of constitutional rights without protecting children from assault as the laws originally intended
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A timeline of the Keystone XL oil pipelineA timeline of the Keystone XL oil pipeline
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Mom who lost 6 children in house fire released from hospitalFire officials say a woman who lost six of her nine children in a house fire in Baltimore has been released from the hospital
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Appeals court to decide future of California carbon auctionsBusinesses looking to invalidate California's fee for carbon pollution take their arguments to a state appeals court Tuesday in a case that could determine the future of one of California's signature efforts to combat climate change
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Judge: Release video in Charlotte police shooting of suspectA North Carolina judge has ordered the release of video showing a fatal shooting by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police in 2012
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APNewsBreak: Flint water has fallen below federal lead limitMichigan environmental officials say Flint's water system no longer has levels of lead exceeding the federal limit
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FILE – In this Jan. 9, 2003, file photo, the U.S. Steel Tower, headquarters for U.S. Steel Corp., is framed by office buildings along Grant Street in downtown Pittsburgh. The 64-story U.S. Steel Tower was on the market in January 2017, with estimates suggesting Pittsburgh's tallest building could fetch a sky-high price of $350 million, according to trade publication Real Estate Alert. (AP Photo, File)
Pittsburgh's tallest building, US Steel Tower, for salePittsburgh's tallest building is up for sale, and the U.S. Steel Tower could go for a sky-high price
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Cops: Woman hit officer with hands while doing sword tricksA New Hampshire woman is accused of striking a police officer in the face with her hands while demonstrating a sword trick for him
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Police fatally shoot man armed with knives after standoffPolice in a New Orleans suburb say officers fatally shot a man who exited a house and advanced on them while armed with two knives following a standoff that lasted more than four hours
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Michigan environmental agency says Flint's water system no longer has levels of lead exceeding the federal limitMichigan environmental agency says Flint's water system no longer has levels of lead exceeding the federal limit
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