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President Obama Vetoes Keystone XL Pipeline Bill
President Obama vetoed a Republican-backed bill Tuesday to approve construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. 
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In New Video, Militant Group Calls For Attacks On American Malls 
Al Shabaab, a terrorist group with links to Al-Qaeda, has issued new a video calling for attacks on shopping malls in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, specifically mentioning the iconic Mall of America in Minnesota. 
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Almost A Million Americans Received Wrong Tax Information via HealthCare.gov
Government officials announced Friday that about 800,000 Americans using HealthCare.gov received tax information that was incorrect. 
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Walmart Just Gave 500,000 Employees A Pay Raise
Walmart, the largest private employer in the country, announced Thursday that it will raise the minimum wage for its workers to $10 per hour over the course of the next year. 
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In Pictures: Behind The Crisis In Ukraine
Despite a ceasefire that took effect on Sunday, battles between the Ukrainian army and Russian-backed rebels escalated on Tuesday in the railroad town of Debaltseve. 
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Bostonians Leap From Their Windows Into Massive Snowbanks 
With eight feet of snow and counting, Boston is quickly approaching its snowiest winter ever -- and as you can imagine, people are going a little stir-crazy.  
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Judge Temporarily Halts President's Executive Action On Immigration
United States District Judge Andrew Hanen of Texas has temporarily blocked President Obama's executive action on immigration, which would have provided deportation relief for millions of undocumented people living in the United States. 
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Oregon Governor Resigns Amid Criminal Investigation
John Kitzhaber, who was sworn in for his fourth term as governor of Oregon in December, has announced his resignation amid allegations against his fiancé, Cylvia Hayes. 
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Three Students Killed In Shooting Near University Of North Carolina 
A 46-year-old man has been charged with three counts of first-degree murder after he shot and killed three students at an apartment complex near the University of North Carolina on Tuesday.
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After Nearly A Century, RadioShack Files For Bankruptcy
After years of dwindling sales, electronic retail chain RadioShack filed for bankruptcy on Thursday. 
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TransAsia Plane Crashes In Taiwan, Killing Dozens
At least 26 people are dead and several others were injured after a passenger plane crashed into a river in Taiwan's capital shortly after takeoff on Wednesday. 
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ISIS Releases Video Showing Jordanian Pilot Being Burned Alive
Islamic State militants released a video Tuesday claiming to show the murder of a captive Jordanian pilot. 
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