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U.S. And Swiss Authorities Launch Probe Into FIFA Over Corruption Allegations 
The U.S. Justice Department has indicted nine soccer officials and five others over allegations of corruption as Swiss prosecutors launch their own probe into FIFA's awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, the AP reported. 
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At Least Eight Dead In Texas And Oklahoma Following Storm 
At least eight people were killed and 12 are missing after a massive storm system ripped through Texas and Oklahoma over the weekend. 
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State Department Releases First Round Of Hillary Clinton Emails 
The State Department on Friday released hundreds of Hillary Clinton's emails from her time as secretary of state.
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Islamic State Takes Control Of Historic Palmyra In Syria 
Islamic State militants seized control of the Syrian town of Palmyra on Thursday, just days after conquering Ramadi in neighboring Iraq.
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Bin Ladin Papers Declassified By Intelligence Officials 
U.S. intelligence officials on Wednesday released documents seized from Osama bin Ladin's hideout in Pakistan during a raid in 2011. 
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Hillary Clinton Urges State Department To Release Private Emails 
Hillary Clinton told reporters in Iowa on Tuesday that she wants the State Department to expedite its release of 55,000 pages of emails from her time as secretary of state. 
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Death Toll Reaches 8 In Amtrak Train Accident 
Rescue workers pulled a passenger's body from an Amtrak train wreckage on Thursday, bringing the official death toll to eight. 
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Deadly Amtrak Train Accident: What We Know So Far 
At least seven people were killed and more than 200 were injured when an Amtrak train derailed in Philadelphia Tuesday night. 
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Eastern Nepal Hit With 7.3 Magnitude Earthquake 
Less than three weeks after a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake ravaged Nepal and left more than 8,000 dead, the region was hit again on Tuesday with a 7.3 magnitude quake. 
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Catholic Nun Says Tsarnaev Is Remorseful, Should Not Get Death Penalty 
Sister Helen Prejean, a Roman Catholic nun and well-known death penalty opponent, took the stand in the Boston Marathon bombing trial on Monday in defense of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. 
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Appeals Court Deems NSA Phone Surveillance Program Illegal 
A federal appeals court ruled on Thursday that the National Security Agency's surveillance program that systematically collects Americans' phone records, is illegal.
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ISIS Claims Responsibility For Garland, Texas Attack 
The Islamic State claimed responsibility on Tuesday for the attempted attack on a cartoon exhibit in Garland, Texas over the weekend.
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