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Finding An Anchor For A Life Set Adrift By A Shipwreck

Shengqiao Chen and Zehao Zhou met 20 years ago after a ship that was smuggling Chinese immigrants into the U.S. ran aground just outside New York City.
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NSA Reportedly Mines Servers Of U.S. Internet Firms For Data

The National Security Agency is able to pluck data — including e-mails, videos, pictures, and connection logs — from the main servers of Microsoft, Google, Apple, and other leading U.S. tech companies, according to reports by The Washington Post and The Guardian. The newly disclosed U.S. government program, they say, is named PRISM.
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'That Was Me': Recognizing Yourself In A Piece Of History

As news organizations write about the history of Sunnylands, the California estate President Obama will visit Friday for a meeting with the Chinese president, Carol Price has been revisiting her personal history with the estate.
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On National Security, Obama Follows Bush's Lead

There are days when that photo you can find on the Web of President Obama's and President George W. Bush's faces morphed into each other seems awfully apt.
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Tropical Storm Andrea Makes Landfall In Florida

As of 5:45 p.m. ET, the National Hurricane Center's tracking system placed Tropical Storm Andrea on Florida's Gulf coast, level with Gainesville. Andrea is expected to spread rain and strong winds along the Southeastern coast tonight and Friday.
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Big Brother And Your Phone: Where To Draw The Line?

Striking a balance between national security and civil liberties is once again proving nearly as difficult a task as catching the bad guys.
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Gatlin Beats Bolt In 100 Meters For The First Time

For Justin Gatlin, 31, Thursday's win is a decisive step in the comeback that saw him win the bronze medal in the event at last summer's London Olympics.

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