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  1. Hillsborough Soccer Stadium Disaster: After 28 Years, 6 Former Officials Face Charges

    Nearly 100 fans were crushed to death and more than 750 others were injured in the worst sports disaster in Britain's history. The ex-officials face charges ranging from manslaughter to obstruction.
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  2. Arkansas Inmate Captured After 32 Years On The Lam

    Minimum-security inmate Steven Dishman was reported missing from his Little Rock job site in 1985. State police say someone he met five years after his escape tipped them off to his whereabouts.
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  3. SeaWorld Euthanizes Its Oldest Killer Whale After Respiratory Issues

    Kasatka, believed to be 42 years old, was a matriarch of the orca pod in San Diego. Orcas typically live to at least 50 in the wild.
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  4. 6,000-Year-Old Knee Joints Suggest Osteoarthritis Isn't Just Wear And Tear

    Even after a Harvard team took into account differences in age and weight among ancient specimens and knees today, they found that modern humans tend to have more osteoarthritis.
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  5. PHOTOS: 'Almost Edible' 106-Year-Old Fruitcake Found In Antarctica

    The dense dessert, found in one of Antarctica's first buildings, is believed to have been brought over in 1910 during the Terra Nova expedition of Robert Falcon Scott. It "looked and smelled edible."
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  6. What It's Like To Come Home After Fleeing From Boko Haram

    The terrorist network seized her town in 2014. Now they're gone and she's back. But life is not the same.
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  7. After 42 Years, Yellowstone Grizzly Will Be Taken Off Endangered Species List

    Citing a population rebound, the Interior Department has announced plans to strip the bear of federal protection. But some groups are skeptical, and they've signaled they're prepared to resist.
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  8. Chelsea Manning, Once Sentenced To 35 Years, Walks Free After 7 Years

    Chelsea Manning, the transgender soldier convicted of leaking classified U.S. documents, has been released from a military prison in Kansas. President Barack Obama commuted her sentence in January.
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  9. After Decline Of Steel And Coal, Ohio Fears Health Care Jobs Are Next

    Health care jobs now outnumber manufacturing jobs in Jefferson County, Ohio. Hospital administrators worry that Republican plans to cut Medicaid will lead to layoffs.
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  10. Joint Chiefs Denounce Racism After Trump's Comments

    Top-ranking uniformed leaders of the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and National Guard all posted on social media condemning racism, hatred and extremism.
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