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European Union Charges Google With Antitrust Violations

After a nearly five year investigation, European Union officials on Wednesday charged Google with antitrust violations and opened an investigation into its Android operating system.
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Bostonians Mark 2nd Anniversary Of Marathon Bombing

Bostonians marked the second anniversary of the marathon bombing Wednesday, all while awaiting the sentencing phase of convicted bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to begin.
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Chicago-Area Dog Flu Outbreak Rises To Over 1,000 Cases

Vets in Chicago have reported more than 1,000 cases of Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease. Six dogs have died so far. NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Edward Dubovi of Cornell University's veterinary school about the dog flu outbreak.
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Former NFL Player Aaron Hernandez Sentenced To Life In Prison

Former New England Patriot Hernandez was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday after being found guilty of first degree murder in 2013.
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GAO Report Warns In-Flight Wi-Fi May Leave Aircraft Vulnerable To Hacking

A Government Accountability Office report says the advanced cockpits of most planes, including the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, are wired into the same Wi-Fi systems that passengers use for their devices.
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Former FBI Agent Speaks Out: 'I Was Not Protected'

Robyn Gritz investigated major national security threats, but says the FBI drummed her out of a job after she fell out of favor with her supervisors. She went on to sell cosmetics and answer phones.
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Personalizing Cancer Treatment With Genetic Tests Can Be Tricky

Genetic profiling of cancer cells can help guide treatment, but such profiles can be ambiguous. Results would be more accurate if all labs tested normal cells from each patient, too.
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Documents Show Global Outpouring Of Grief Over Lincoln's Assassination

The State Department has released documents from 1865 that highlight the disbelief and profound sympathy over the president's death from governments and private citizens the world over.
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Gyrocopter With Single Occupant Lands On Capitol Grounds

A Capitol Police spokeswoman said a man has been detained. His identity is unconfirmed.
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U.S. Predicted To Be Net Energy Exporter In Next Decade; First Time Since 1950s

Citing a boom in natural gas and shifts in demand, the Energy Information Administration says the U.S. could stop being a net energy importer "sometime between 2020 and 2030."

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