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Rallies Across The U.S. Demand Stricter Gun Laws. Anonymous Hacks D.O.J., Claims Vengeance For Aaron Swartz's Suicide. Cario Sentences 21 To Death. Many Still Reeling From Hurricane Sandy.

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World

IMF calls for urgent steps on Spain unemployment
IMF calls for urgent steps on Spain unemployment
Moderate Rohani wins Iran presidential election
Moderate Rohani wins Iran presidential election
Sarin Use Confirmed, US to Arm Rebels
Sarin Use Confirmed, US to Arm Rebels
Turkey's Erdogan says patience run out with protesters
Turkey's Erdogan says patience run out with protesters
Syrian helicopter fires on Lebanese town
Syrian helicopter fires on Lebanese town
Turkish President urges dialogue after police clear square
Turkish President urges dialogue after police clear square
Immigration bill advances in Senate
Immigration bill advances in Senate
Obama, Xi in 2nd day of talks at informal summit
Obama, Xi in 2nd day of talks at informal summit
Budapest prepares for floods as Danube waters rise
Budapest prepares for floods as Danube waters rise
Investigation into Police Brutality
Investigation into Police Brutality

Business

Job Hunting 2014
Job Hunting 2014
Supreme Court Rejects Appeal on Internet Sales Tax
Supreme Court Rejects Appeal on Internet Sales Tax
Twitter’s Trading Debut
Twitter’s Trading Debut
30 Million Americans Hit the Road for Labor Day
30 Million Americans Hit the Road for Labor Day
IRS Urges Taxpayers From 2010 to File
IRS Urges Taxpayers From 2010 to File
175,000 Jobs Added, 6.7% Jobless Rate
175,000 Jobs Added, 6.7% Jobless Rate
Poor Job Growth Blamed on Severe Winter
Poor Job Growth Blamed on Severe Winter
113, 000 Jobs Added
113, 000 Jobs Added
Home & Clothing Retailer to Close 33 Stores
Home & Clothing Retailer to Close 33 Stores
Cut Back on Food Stamps Will Affect Families
Cut Back on Food Stamps Will Affect Families

Health

Preventing Deadly Mistakes
Preventing Deadly Mistakes
1 in 5 Teens Have a Mental Illness in NYC
1 in 5 Teens Have a Mental Illness in NYC
When to Feed Solids to Your Baby
When to Feed Solids to Your Baby
Heart Attack Timing
Heart Attack Timing
NY Anti-Smoking Bill for Drivers
NY Anti-Smoking Bill for Drivers
Fish May Be More Dangerous Than You Think
Fish May Be More Dangerous Than You Think
New Alternatives to Heart Transplant
New Alternatives to Heart Transplant
Horsemeat Scandal Set To Spur Tougher European Food Tests
Horsemeat Scandal Set To Spur Tougher European Food Tests
Ebola: Myth vs. Fact
Ebola: Myth vs. Fact
Rare Enterovirus 68 Sickens US Children
Rare Enterovirus 68 Sickens US Children

Science & Tech

Sony Launches the PlayStation 4
Sony Launches the PlayStation 4
iPhone Draws Thousands Across the Country
iPhone Draws Thousands Across the Country
Tech Savvy City May Become IT Hub
Tech Savvy City May Become IT Hub
Power Plants to Cut Emissions by 30%
Power Plants to Cut Emissions by 30%
FCC Approves Emergency Texting Service
FCC Approves Emergency Texting Service
New York City Pay Phones Going Wireless
New York City Pay Phones Going Wireless
Google: Student Accounts Will Not be Scanned
Google: Student Accounts Will Not be Scanned
Cutting the Cable Cord For Millions
Cutting the Cable Cord For Millions
Webcams Connect Parents to Newborns
Webcams Connect Parents to Newborns
Mac turns 30
Mac turns 30