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26 die in Nigerian mosque bombing

Nigeria may have a new president, but one thing hasn't changed: Widespread violence, much of it blamed on Boko Haram.

Twenty-six people were killed and 28 injured Saturday afternoon in a suicide bomb attack inside a mosque in Maiduguri, the capital an...

Some want cutting of cord delayed to help baby

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The great umbilical cord-cutting debate

For the layperson, a few minutes might tick by without a second thought, but those precious minutes after a baby is born could be beneficial for newborns later in life, some doctors say. When to "clamp" and or cut one of the most prominent fixtures a...

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U.S. student killed in blast called a 'hero'

He was a Kansas college student who had returned home in order to get married.

And then after that, Abduljaleel Alarbash planned to leave Saudi Arabia and head back to Wichita State University, where the electrical engineering major was an honor roll...

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Muslim claims discrimination on United flight

A simple request for an unopened can of Diet Coke on a United Airlines flight left Tahera Ahmad in tears. A Muslim chaplain and director of interfaith engagement at Northwestern University, Ahmad was traveling Friday from Chicago to Washington.

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Rand Paul promises to derail NSA vote

Sen. Rand Paul is not backing down on his pledge to end major provisions of the Patriot Act, warning on Saturday that he will keep up his fight as the Senate readies for a rare Sunday session.

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O'Malley goes from Clinton ally to foe

Martin O'Malley was an early and vocal supporter of Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign. Fast-forward eight years, and the former Maryland governor is taking on the former secretary of state for the same job.

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Teacher quits over reading of homoerotic poem

Nearly a half-century after publication, an Allen Ginsberg poem about a homosexual encounter has divided a small Connecticut town and led to the resignation of an award-winning English teacher.

In "Please Master," published in 1968, the iconic Beat G...

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