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A Deadly Shooting In Tennessee And The Threat Of Domestic Terrorism

As investigators look into the motives and connections of the Kuwaiti-born U.S. citizen who attacked two military centers in Tennessee, we hear the latest on the deadly shooting and the threat of domestic terrorism.

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For The Rubik's Cube World Champ, 6 Seconds Is Plenty Of Time

Competition was fierce at the Rubik's Cube world championship in Brazil. There was a 4-year-old and a category for those who do it with their feet. The overall winner needed less than 6 seconds.
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The Target Of A Major Terror Attack, A Kenyan Mall Reopens

Nearly two years after a terror attack killed 67 people, Kenya's Westgate Mall is reopening in Nairobi. It comes just in time for a visit to Kenya this week by President Obama.
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A Look At How Sanctions Would 'Snap Back' If Iran Violates Nuke Deal

The agreement includes a crafty U.N. route to re-impose sanctions — but the US and its allies would have to use the move carefully, because it could release Iran from limits on its nuclear program.
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At Last, Banks Reopen In Greece After 3 Long Weeks

After being closed for three weeks, Greek banks are reopening on Monday. During the closure, customers were only able to get 60 euros (about $70) a day at ATMs.
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A Near Miss For A Surfer In South Africa

A shark attacks a surfer, but he survives unscathed.
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Known As A Collector, Gustave Caillebotte Gets His Due As A Painter

Caillebotte was an independently wealthy artist who — unlike his Impressionist buddies — didn't need to sell paintings to make a living. Now, many of his works are on display at the National Gallery.
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Nigeria's President Visits White House For Talks On Extremists

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari meets President Obama on Monday. The problems facing Nigeria include extremists who have abducted hundreds of schoolgirls.
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Old U.S. Embassy In Havana Becomes The New One As Relations Are Restored

The old U.S. Embassy in Havana has a storied past. The Cubans long described it as a nest of spies. Today the building again becomes an embassy as the U.S. and Cuba formally restore relations.
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Mitsubishi Apologizes To U.S. World War II Veterans For Forced Labor

The Japanese automaker Mitsubishi has apologized to U.S. POWs who were used as forced labor during World War II. James Murphy, 94, was the only serviceman able to make the ceremony in Los Angeles.

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