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Sources: Hastert was covering up sex misconduct

Former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert was paying a former student to keep quiet about allegations of sexual abuse from the time when Hastert was a teacher and wrestling coach in Illinois, two sources with knowledge of the federal government…

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Army may have shipped live anthrax to Australia

In what is emerging as a widening military investigation into the accidental shipment of live anthrax, the Army discovered it may have shipped the live pathogen to Australia back around 2008 or 2009, the Pentagon said Friday.

Following the discovery…

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This alarm clock wakes you up with the smell of cash

The best part of waking up...is your olfactory alarm clock.

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From Anheuser-Busch

Anheuser-Busch canning drinking water for flood victims

Texas and Oklahoma, this drinking water's for you.

Anheuser-Busch is producing cans of drinking water at it Cartersville, Ga, brewery to be distributed to flood victims in need of clean drinking water in Texas and Oklahoma.

The production of water…

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Mohammed cartoon contest planned in Arizona today

Jon Ritzheimer is a former Marine, and he has no middle ground when it comes to Islam.

His T-shirt pretty much says it all: "F--- Islam."

Ritzheimer is the organizer of Friday's "Freedom of Speech Rally" outside the Islamic Community Center of…

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GPS device for man in Zimmerman shooting

A Florida judge has ordered the man accused of shooting at George Zimmerman to wear a GPS monitoring device that alerts Zimmerman if he comes near.

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From freeross.org

Silk Road's Ross Ulbricht sentenced to life

Ross Ulbricht, creator of the underground website Silk Road, which let users anonymously buy and sell anything from drugs to hacking tutorials, was sentenced Friday to life in prison after he made a tearful plea for leniency.

Ulbricht, who is 31,…

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Time Inc. erecting pay walls beginning with Entertainment Weekly

Making its web sites more like its print magazines, Time Inc. is introducing a partial pay wall, beginning with Entertainment Weekly's site.

The company says it's hoping to "accelerate revenue growth" and find out more about what its web readers want.

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Authorities in India nab suspected spy pigeon

A suspected secret agent is a flying ace -- a pigeon that perched on a home in an Indian village Thursday, barely 2½ miles (4 kilometers) from the border with Pakistan.

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WH: 'No justification' for violence in Phoenix

White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Friday that there is "no justification" for violence at an anti-Islam rally in Phoenix Friday night.

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American Express president Ed Gilligan dies at 55

American Express President Ed Gilligan died Friday morning after becoming seriously ill on a flight to New York, the company said.

Gilligan, who was 55, spent his entire 35-year career with American Express, starting as an intern and rising to one of…

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