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The National Rifle Association's field representative for New York and its suburbs was banned by a judge from possessing any of his 39 firearms for one year.
U.S. astronauts aboard the International Space Station worked Sunday to fix the newly arrived urine distillation equipment, NASA officials said.
A British television reporter says he was roughed up and taken away by police while attempting to cover a Tibet protest in Beijing during the Olympic Games.
U.S. human resources consultant Hewitt Associates LLC made a $22 million math error, shortchanging ex-Enron Corp. employees and retirees, a lawsuit alleges.
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A New York educator denied tenure over claims she is a witch proved she has no other-worldly powers, but still lost a legal challenge on the tenure issue.
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An Alaska man has been sentenced to 60 days in jail for biting a chunk out of his dog's ear.
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