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Slain NYPD officer intended to become lay chaplain

A sea of blue flooded the streets around a Queens church Saturday morning -- thousands of police waiting to pay respects for one of two New York officers who lost their lives in the line of duty last weekend.

More than 25,000 police officers are expe...

Kim Jong Un's New Year's message

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North Korea lambasts U.S. over 'The Interview'

The North Korean government is fuming over the release of the "The Interview," claiming President Barack Obama forced the film into theaters and onto streaming video services.

"U.S. President Obama is the chief culprit who forced the Sony Pictures En...

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Malaysia, Thailand hit with epic flooding

Even by Malaysian standards, this flooding is epic.

Neighborhoods turned into islands surrounded by a sea of murky brown water. Streets doubled as rivers. Cars were swept away and toppled over.

The flooding has forced more than 132,000 people to evacu...

Rogen Goldberg the Interview

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'The Interview' illegally downloaded 750,000 times on Christmas

"The Interview" was a big hit with pirates on Christmas.

Kendrick Johnson GA teen gym mat death


Local, fed probes into gym mat death continue

Despite concluding there was no foul play in the death of a Georgia teen nearly two years ago, a sheriff's office conducted additional interviews on the case as recently as this month.

The parents of Kendrick Johnson, who was found dead inside a roll...

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NYPD: 9 arrested, accused of threatening cops

Nine men have been arrested in connection with alleged threats made toward New York police since Saturday afternoon, when two NYPD officers were shot in the head from behind while sitting in their patrol car, authorities said.

Police said this week t...

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North Korea denounces Sony's release of 'The Interview'

North Korea issued a statement on its official state news agency Saturday denouncing Sony Pictures Entertainment's release of the movie "The Interview." It called President Barack Obama the "chief culprit."

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