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Landmark fracking study finds no water pollutionFederal study of Pennsylvania well site finds fracking didn't ruin nearby water supplies
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Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach talks to the media after the Kansas Supreme Court heard a petition by Democrat Chad Taylor to remove his name from the ballot after he withdrew from the U.S. Senate race Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014, in Topeka, Kan. Kobach, a Republican, ruled that Taylor's name must remain on the ballot because he didn't comply with state election law. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
Kansas judges question why Democrat kept on ballotKansas high court judges skeptical of ruling keeping Democrat on US Senate ballot in key race
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Corinthian Colleges sued for predatory lendingFederal agency seeks $500 million in relief for students at for-profit Corinthian Colleges
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FILE - In this Monday, Sept. 8, 2014 file photo, Iraqi lawmakers attend a session to approve the new government in Baghdad, Iraq. Iraq's parliament rejected defense and interior nominees on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014, leaving the crucial ministerial posts unfilled as a U.S.-led coalition intensifies its air campaign against Islamic extremists who have seized a third of the country. The two powerful security portfolios have long been a source of tension among Iraq's feuding political factions, and the failure to agree on the nominees marked the latest in a series of delays in forming a unified government that can confront the Islamic State extremist group. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim, File)
Iraq parliament rejects interior, defense nomineesIraqi lawmakers reject prime minister's picks to lead defense and interior ministries
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FILE - In this Monday, Oct. 29, 2012, file photo, Ira Flatow, host of National Public Radio's Science Friday, speaks to a group of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory scientists and Delta High School students at Battelle Auditorium in Richland, Wash. Federal prosecutors say the National Public Radio show “Science Friday” and host Flatow have settled civil claims that they misused money from a nearly $1 million federal grant aimed at boosting the show’s reach to younger listeners. (AP Photo/The Tri-City Herald, Paul T. Erickson, File) LOCAL TV OUT; LOCAL RADIO OUT KONA
Flatow, 'Science Friday' settle claims over grantFlatow, show 'Science Friday' settle claims of misusing federal grant money
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Grand jury to weigh case of NASCAR's Tony StewartGrand jury to decide whether NASCAR star Tony Stewart will face charges in fatal crash
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People walk past a yacht that was pushed by Hurricane Odile onto a ramp leading to San Lucas' main street, in Los Cabos, Mexico,  Monday, Sept. 15, 2014. Hurricane Odile hammered Mexico's Baja California Peninsula overnight, damaging homes and tearing away the facades of luxury resorts, shattering countless car and hotel windows and leaving lobbies swamped and full of debris on Monday. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)
Mexico to airlift tourists after Hurricane OdileMexico to airlift tourists out of hurricane-stricken Los Cabos; Odile still a tropical storm
The Associated Press33 minutes ago
FILE - In this June 23, 2013 file photo provided by the Discovery Channel, aerialist Nik Wallenda walks a 2-inch-thick steel cable taking him a quarter mile over the Little Colorado River Gorge, Ariz. On Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014, Wallenda said that his next tightrope walk will be more than 50 stories high from one high-rise building to another over the Chicago River. Wallenda will attempt the night-time feat without a net or harness and it will be broadcast live on the Discovery Channel on Nov. 2. (AP Photos/Discovery Channel, Tiffany Brown, File)
Nik Wallenda to tightrope walk over Chicago RiverNik Wallenda to tightrope walk 50 stories above Chicago River between 2 skyscrapers
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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett, right, speaks to the press at the Blooming Grove Baptist Church in Pike County, Pa., Monday, Sept. 15, 2014 about the shooting Friday night that took the life of a Pennsylvania State Police trooper and critically injured another.  Corbett said investigators won't rest until they capture the gunman. He is flanked by Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan, left. (AP Photo/The Times-Tribune, Michael J. Mullen)
Police: Barracks ambush suspect sought mass murderPolice say suspect in barracks ambush a survivalist who expressed desire to commit mass murder
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