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  1. For Post-Brexit British Vacationers, Staying Home Now Seems Appealing

    In the weeks since British voters chose to leave the EU, the value of the pound has dropped steeply. That's made European vacations more expensive — and staying in the U.K. more attractive.
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  2. Current High School Juniors Will Take ACT, State Says

    Protests from parents and superintendents caused officials to rethink their decision to switch to the SAT test as the college entrance exam for current 11th graders.
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  3. Trump: I'll Only Lose With 'Cheating,' Asks Supporters To Watch Polling Places

    At a campaign rally on Friday night, Donald Trump told Pennsylvania voters to monitor polling locations. Critics say his call to action is a form of voter intimidation.
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  4. Great Lakes Waters Can Take A Savage Toll On Swimmers

    High winds and dangerous rip currents make swimming in the Great Lakes unpredictable, and sometimes deadly — most beaches have no lifeguards, and hundreds drown in the lakes each year.
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  5. Appeals Court Says Using Fake Social Security Number Doesn't Have To Mean Deportation

    The judges say although an immigrant was convicted of using false documents to work, that doesn't make her guilty of moral turpitude. One judge calls the case a waste of taxpayers' money.
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  6. Pa. Attorney General, Embroiled In Massive Political Scandal, Goes To Trial

    Kathleen Kane is charged with, among other things, perjury and obstruction. She is accused of releasing secret grand jury information to hurt a foe.
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  7. Cursive Law Writes New Chapter For Handwriting In Alabama's Schools

    Schools in Alabama were already required to teach cursive writing, but a new law now requires schools to provide cursive instruction by the end of the third grade, and report proficiency levels.
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  8. Denver Art Museum Returns Looted Sculpture To Cambodia

    The Cambodian government had been pushing for the return of the six-foot-tall piece, the "Torso of Rama."
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  9. Police Say Attack On American University Of Afghanistan In Kabul Is Over

    Gunmen attacked the heavily fortified campus in the capital on Wednesday evening, and hospital officials say one student was killed. Other reports say seven people died, including two attackers.
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  10. A Father Vows To Save His Daughter From A Plight He Got Her Into

    He married her off at age 15 to a man in his 40s with a reputation as a heavy drinker. In his quest to undo the deed, he has started a revolution in his Northern India village.
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