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  1. Job Growth Trending Up, Survey Finds

    The private sector added 220,000 jobs in April, which appears to signal an upward trend.
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  2. Rosie The Riveter's World War II-Era Plant Saved

    Organizers of a campaign to save the Willow Run Bomber Plant in Ypsilanti Township, Mich., say they've raised enough money to buy a part of the facility and turn it into a museum.
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  3. France's Far-Right's High Hopes On May Day Display

    The National Front party traditionally rallies in support of its anti-immigrant, nationalist ideals on May 1, International Workers Day. The far right is growing stronger throughout much of Europe.
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  4. Southern Baptist Leaders Seek Softer Approach To Homosexuality

    Though the denomination still considers homosexuality a sin, some leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention are telling pastors to rein in harsh rhetoric and accept that gay people are in their pews.
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  5. For The Clippers, Something to Cheer: A Win In Game 7

    The Los Angeles Clippers continue their playoff run, days after the team's owner was banned for life by the NBA. The Clippers ended the Golden State Warriors' season in a back-and-forth game.
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  6. 'Heartbreaking' Video Of Final Moments Aboard Korean Ferry

    The cellphone footage was shot by a 17-year-old victim of the ferry disaster, recording classmates as they realize that they probably will not escape.
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  7. Are Filmmakers Using Drones Illegally? Looks Like It

    The film industry is using drones for movies and commercials, even though federal regulators are still working on rules that would permit the use of unmanned aerial vehicles to make money.
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  8. Amid Complaints, Lawmakers Seek More Oversight For Border Agents

    Rep. Beto O'Rourke of Texas says he routinely gets complaints of Border Patrol agents' unprofessionalism or abuse. O'Rourke and his colleague say training hasn't kept up with the growth of the agency.
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  9. Blessed Be Thy Bicycle: New York Riders Roll Into Church

    The Cathedral of St. John the Divine held its 16th annual ceremony to bless the city's bikes and cyclists on Saturday. Some come for God's help, others are just hoping for "a little extra mojo."
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  10. High Charges By Doctors May Or May Not Be Red Flags For Fraud

    The government recently released a trove of information on how much doctors are charging Medicare. It does seem like some doctors are overcharging, but the explanation of high fees can be complicated.
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