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'It was the closest I've ever come to death,' says one passenger who accuses the airline of 'political manoeuvring'

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Birth control for humans has dropped fertility in fish

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Riders had to climb down the Coney Island Cyclone's track on Sunday

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A link between income and children’s diet, healthcare, lack of access to good schools and play areas, and even exposure to polluted areas may lie behind the connection

A link between income and children’s diet, healthcare, lack of access to good schools, and even exposure to polluted areas may lie behind the connection

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Zachary Thomas Bailey allegedly attacked the victim while her daughter was in the next room

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Remains believed to belong to the woman were found in a wooded area

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Damaged vehicles pictured near security gate

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The 31-year-old South African comedian has been named as the replacement for the show’s long-standing host

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Barista's has drawn criticism from Hurricane residents who are offended by the extremely large genitals of its bull sculpture

Restaurant owner Stephan Ward said: 'I told them I am not removing the penis for you or because of your complaints, I don't like you, I'm doing it for me'

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Frazier pulled out the coat hanger just before his daily weather report

Steve Frazier was presenting his daily weather update when he realised his 'wardrobe malfunction'

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The police car was eventually able to bring the car to a stop after 50 miles

Owens faces charges that include hijacking, fleeing, aggravated assault and armed robbery

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The firefighter fell through the roof in Central Fresno

The firefighter had received second and third degree burns to 65 per cent of his body

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Barack Obama (right) and Vladimir Putin (left) at the G20 Summit in Los Cabos, Mexico

A third of Republicans believe the President poses an imminent threat, a Reuters survey has found

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The Church of Scientology community center in the neighborhood of South Los Angeles

 

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An explosion in New York City has caused a 2nd Avenue building to collapse and another building is on fire, according to local reports

Two people remain unaccounted for following the incident

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The rapid expansion of marijuana farms is putting a strain on the state's limited water reserves

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The new state law could allow business owners to refuse their services to LGBT people if they feel it ‘substantially burdens’ their ability to follow their religious beliefs

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File photo of the then-Senate Democratic leader Teresa Fedor

Ms Fedor said later there were members of her own family who had not known about her rape and abortion until she spoke about it for first time in the House

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Her mother said that the bus driver saved her daughter's life

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No one was killed in the plane crash, which occurred in bad weather

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The Supreme Court may put an end to vanity licence plates which last year earnt Texas $28m

Out of America: Cash-strapped states have hit on a way of making money out of drivers that may be in collision with the First Amendment

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If fashion is a cycle, this young man knows just how to ride it

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Number plates scheme could provide a licence to offend in the land of the free

Licence to offend in the land of the free

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