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Senators Urge Review in Handling of Air Force Academy Sex Assault Cases
Two lawmakers called for an Office of Special Counsel investigation into claims that Air Force Acade... [continue]

Soaked for A.L.S., George W. Bush Nominates Bill Clinton for a Bucketful
Mr. Bush was inundated on YouTube with a pail of cold water by Laura Bush, as the former president t... [continue]

State of the Art: Police Cameras Can Shed Light, but Raise Privacy Concerns
Cameras worn by officers are being deployed in a rising number of police departments across the coun... [continue]

McDonnell Takes Stand in Corruption Trial
Robert F. McDonnell, the Virginia ex-governor, began the political pitch of his life Wednesday, test... [continue]

Supreme Court Puts Gay Marriage on Hold in Virginia
The last-minute order came less than a day before officials in the state were to begin providing mar... [continue]

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Passengers Rescued Off Ship Stuck in Antarctic Ice
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) ? All 52 passengers trapped for more than a week on a... [continue]

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Machine Learning: Sharing, and Borrowing From, the Vacation Photo Album
Collaborative services are emerging that allow users to submit images using shared albums.[continue]

Hewlett-Packard Posts Surprise Revenue Gain After PC Sales Spike
Hewlett-Packard Co posted a surprise increase in quarterly revenue after sales from its personal com... [continue]

Earnings at Target Disappoint; Lowe?s Cuts Sales Outlook
To explain the unsatisfying results at Target, executives pointed to continued difficulty in the com... [continue]

Q&A: Making Old Video Less Shaky
Plus, how to change the password that unlocks a Windows 8.1 tablet.
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Unlike Most Sports, Cricket Has Captains With Real Clout
The roles of coach, general manager, star player and team psychologist are wrapped into one powerful... [continue]

Browns to Start Brian Hoyer Over Johnny Manziel
Statistically, Brian Hoyer has been less impressive than Johnny Manziel during two preseason games, ... [continue]

Jerry Lumpe, Infielder for Yankees in 2 World Series, Dies at 81
Lumpe, who was signed by the same scout who signed Mickey Mantle, made his Yankee debut in 1956 and ... [continue]

Adaptive Climbing Group Trains Amputees at Brooklyn Boulders
The Adaptive Climbing Group, the brainchild of Kareemah Batts, of Brooklyn, is helping paraclimbers,... [continue]

Athletics Hit Bump After Trade for Jon Lester
The Athletics, who have played below .500 since the deal, had the playoffs in mind when they sent Yo... [continue]

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