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History-making MTA worker dies giving birth to twins

The MTA’s first-ever woman elevator and escalator mechanic died last week while giving birth to twins, her grieving family and co-workers said Monday. Julia Roman, 43, had 15 years on the job, had worked through

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Border agent killed, partner injured by illegal immigrants using rocks, report says

Illegal immigrants reportedly assaulted two U.S. Border Patrol agents with rocks, killing one and seriously injuring another Sunday near the southern border with Mexico.   Details around the attack remained mu

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Charles Manson -- America's poster child for our fascination with evil and fear

No one will miss Charlie Manson. Yet we keep searching for his heir. The embodiment of America’s 20th century embrace of amorality, and fascination with the dread unknown, died overnight at age 83, in Corco

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EU nations to decide on moving 2 key agencies out of Britain

BRUSSELS –  European Union nations are making their last-moment pitches for who should get to host two key EU agencies that are due to leave Britain in 2019 because of Brexit. EU ministers headed into sever

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Defense lawyer: Mladic may not be fit to hear verdicts

THE HAGUE, Netherlands –  A lawyer for Gen. Ratko Mladic says it is not certain the former Bosnian Serb military commander will show up in a United Nations courtroom when judges deliver their verdicts in his l

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Kaspersky makes explosive claim NSA computer was infested with malware

Kaspersky Lab is again challenging allegations that it stole classified files from an NSA employee's computer, pointing to new analysis that says the computer in question may have been infested with malware