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The seven-time world champion 'feels so good in his new life' he rejected the chance

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Predicament of clinic in Austin deplored by abortion rights advocates nationally – and celebrated by an increasingly emboldened pro-life lobby

First ever metal 3D printed gun manufactured in the US

The gun has fired over 600 rounds in testing and 'functions beautifully'

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While other lawmakers politick, Davis has earned a reputation for sticking to her principles

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Texas town of West begins to come to terms with news that at least 11 of its citizens are dead

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Norwegian/Bulgarian Mikhael Paskalev makes sharp, summery pop music with an edge, and gives concise answers to questions during interviews. He's playing the i arena at this year's Latitude

Marc Marquez in practice action before tomorrow’s race in Qatar

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Spanish whizzkid has style and class to go for victory – maybe even a title – first time out

Lance Armstrong said his life ban was like being 'publicly lynched' and wants 'equal treatment'

Lance Armstrong's pulls out of return to competitive sport as swimmer

American was due to compete in the Masters South Central Zone Swimming Championships in Texas

It won't get you clean, Lance: Armstrong returns to competition as a swimmer

This disgraced sportsman should let go of his addiction to racing

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Prince, La Zona Rosa, Austin Texas

The wristbands for Prince’s concert were purple – what else? Yet they should have been platinum, considering the value fans put on them.

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