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The 63-year-old sleeps in a subway station, less than a mile from the White House

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Mr Obama also mocked his own Vice President, who has a habit of giving unprompted back rubs: 'Those Joe Biden shoulder massages are like magic'

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Kimberley Pappas told co-workers that she had suffered a miscarriage

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Demonstrations had been peaceful - until Saturday night

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Self-styled US pastor has previously been accused of homophobia

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Parents of the 43 missing students are calling for a boycott of June’s elections

Abducted students' families call for boycott as a clown, a footballer and a reality TV star stand in upcoming polls

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President Nicolás Maduro is known for often personally giving away homes, appliances and even pensions to his poorest supporters

She wanted him to call about a problem with her existing house

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Several counties and towns have already raised the age in the US

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A child has been dismissed from school after her attendance dropped as she recovered from cancer

Her father said she was "woefully" let down by the school

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Shaker Aamer with two of his four children. He has residence rights in the UK

Shaker Aamer has spent 13 years in captivity without charge after being captured in Afghanistan and accused of being Osama bin Laden’s translator

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Visitors were rushed by boat off Liberty Island and back to Battery Park

Tourists were moved by ferry

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Ibrahim Ahmad has been suspended from school

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Luis Hernandez claims staff intentionally undercooked his burger to make him sick

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Ellen Pao’s discrimination suit may have emboldened other female employees in Silicon Valley (Reuters)

The case focussed a bright spotlight on the inner workings of a major capital investment firm

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