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Climber Ascends Niagara Falls For The First Time In History 
Canadian ice climber Will Gadd made history Tuesday when he became the first person to ascend a frozen section of Niagara Falls 
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Extremely Rare Red Fox Spotted In Yosemite For The First Time In 100 Years
Officials at Yosemite National Park reported the first confirmed sighting of one of the most endangered mammals in North America. 
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Supreme Court Halts Execution Of Three Inmates While Reviewing Lethal Injection
The Supreme Court announced Wednesday that it would place a stay on the execution of Oklahoma inmate Richard Glossip. 
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Auschwitz Survivors Honor 70th Anniversary Of Their Liberation 
Hundreds of Auschwitz survivors gathered at the site of the camp in Poland on Tuesday to commemorate the 70th anniversary of its liberation by Soviet troops. 
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Egyptian Doctor Who Performed FGC Surgery Convicted Of Manslaughter 
A doctor in Egypt was sentenced to two years in prison after surgical complications led to the death of a 13-year-old girl. 
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Northeast Prepares For Winter Storm Juno
Mayor Bill de Blasio: This is not a typical storm. 
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Boehner Invites Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu To Address Congress 
In what has been described as a breach of protocol, House Speaker John Boehner invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to visit Congress without first consulting the White House. 
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Iraq War Film 'American Sniper' Faces Major Backlash 
The Iraq War drama may be a commercial success, but opponents are disgusted by the film's message. 
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Malcolm-Jamal Warner Breaks Silence On Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Allegations
In an interview with Billboard, Malcolm-Jamal Warner was asked to comment on the recent slew of sexual assault allegations against former co-star Bill Cosby. 
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AirAsia Plane Climbed Too Fast, Causing Plane To Stall 
Radar date indicates that flight QZ9501 ascended at a speed much faster than it was designed to. 
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MLK Commemoration Punctuated With Protestors Across The Nation
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Preview of Tuesday's State Of The Union Address
As the White House gears up for the State of the Union Address on Tuesday, we have noted several key preview points that have been released ahead of the speech.
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