Tumor-free flounder: Study underscores Boston Harbor rebirth

Flounder in Boston's once notoriously polluted harbor are tumor-free
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Cartel turncoat says El Chapo tried to have him killed

A prosecution witness testifying at the U.S. trial of the Mexican drug lord known as "El Chapo" says the cartel tried to kill him despite his loyalty to the def
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Early snow, cold bode well for New England ski season

Early season snow and cold temperatures are helping New England ski resorts open early, carving out a blizzard of a start to the 2018-2019 season
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Best-picture Oscars up for sale in rare auction

Two Academy Awards for best picture are going up for sale in a rare auction of Oscars
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Paradise is reduced to ash, but memories survive the flames

Paradise was just that to people who remember a town filled with fragrant pine needles, starry skies and friendly neighbors
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Honorary Oscar recipient Marvin Levy can't believe his luck

Legendary publicist Marvin Levy, soon to be recipient of an honorary Oscar, still can't believe his luck
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Big question for Amazon's 2 chosen cities: Will it pay off?

Amazon HQ2: Will it be worth it? Company will bring plenty of jobs but headaches, too
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US election integrity depends on security-challenged firms

Secretive, cybersecurity-challenged companies are gatekeepers of US election integrity
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Williams' resume includes masterminding bounties scheme

Gregg Williams won a Super Bowl in New Orleans and also masterminded a bounties scheme
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Security-challenged firms are gatekeepers of US elections

A small coterie of secretive, cybersecurity-challenged companies are gatekeepers of US election
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Iraqi minority shuns children born of IS rape, enslavement

The enslavement of Iraqi Yazidi women by the Islamic State group has left a heartbreaking legacy _ hundreds of children fathered by militants
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Yazidi mothers of children by IS face heartbreaking choices

The enslavement of Iraqi Yazidi women by the Islamic State group has left a heartbreaking legacy _ hundreds of children fathered by militants
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No. 3 Gonzaga has deep and big team that's among its best

Gonzaga this season marks the 20th anniversary of the run to the Elite Eight that first brought the Bulldogs to national prominence and it comes with coach Mark
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Europe, Japan send spacecraft on 7-year journey to Mercury

European and Japanese space agencies say an Ariane 5 rocket has successfully lifted a spacecraft into orbit for a joint mission to Mercury, the closest planet t
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How DC unleashed fossil-fuel exports despite climate worries

On oil and gas exports, Trump administration took cues from Obama officials
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Colombia honors 14 sniffer dogs at emotional retirement

Fourteen sniffer dogs have been awarded with honorary medals in Colombia as they were retired from service by the Chief Prosecutor's Office, in a ceremony atten
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Wisconsin community garden donates produce to nonprofit

The Forest Street Community Garden in Eau Claire donates produce to those in need through the nonprofit, The Community Table
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Attack prompts questions on whether to kill more cougars

In the wake of Oregon's first fatal attack by a cougar _ and the second deadly attack in the Northwest this year _ the question of how best to manage the state'
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US Marshals Museum searches for Bass Reeves' relatives

The U.S. Marshals Museum in Fort Smith is in search of the descendants of famed Deputy U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves
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Louisiana dockside market brings seafood to the people

Charlie Robin has been shrimping his whole life. Starting as a deckhand on his father's trawler, the Ellie Margaret, he's now a captain from Ycloskey who depend
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Saints' Drew Brees braces for improving Browns

Saints' Drew Brees braces for improving Browns
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Saints' Brees braces for improving Browns

Saints' Drew Brees braces for improving Browns
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Connecticut bounty hunters say they are not kidnappers

Two Connecticut bounty hunters who insist they were acting legally are fighting kidnapping charges in Rhode Island
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Program harvests thousands of pounds for needy families

Millions of pounds of produce are ripening in the fields this fall across Montezuma and La Plata counties, and The Good Food Collective wants to make sure the n
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