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US Army General John Nicholson confirmed the killing of Abu Sayed - the head of the Islamic State group affiliate in Afghanistan. Nicholson said Sayed was killed in an airstrike in Kunar province. (July 15)
 

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Tens of thousands joined a national unity march in Istanbul on Saturday, converging at the iconic July 15 Martyrs' Bridge to mark the anniversary of the failed military coup attempt that 250 people died resisting. (July 15)

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Illinois officials said Friday some 6,800 buildings have been affected north of Chicago, and the damage is expected to worsen this weekend as water flows down rivers into the state from Wisconsin. (July 14)
 

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New research finds that ravens can plan for the future. The birds were able to choose objects that let them get a tasty treat later on, even resisting the lure of a more immediate but lesser reward. (July 13)

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The Wisconsin National Guard has sent about 100 soldiers to Burlington to help the community recover from unprecedented flooding. Meanwhile, a suburban Chicago hospital was closed early Thursday due to flooding. (July 13)

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YouTube download / AP video / Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is being treated for dehydration in Canada, where he's helping build houses for Habitat for Humanity. (July 13)

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YouTube download / AP video / Police video shows Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Adolphus Washington being arrested in Ohio on Sunday on a weapons charge. (July 12)
 

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YouTube download / AP video / Highlights of this day in history: America normalizes diplomatic ties with Vietnam; Aaron Burr mortally wounds Alexander Hamilton in a duel; Skylab makes a fiery return to Earth; Babe Ruth's major league debut; Laurence Olivier dies. (July 11)

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ORLANDO, Fla. -- They were the original all-girl teen rock band of the late 1970s -- The Runaways -- with two breakout stars in the Big '80s and continuing today -- Joan Jett and Lita Ford. 

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YouTube download / Spark video / Malcolm Campbell and Henry Segrave push for the world land speed records in the 1920s and 1930s in locations like the World's Most Famous Beach in Daytona Beach, Florida.

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