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  1. Some Assembly Required: New Space Telescope Will Take Shape After Launch

    The James Webb Space Telescope is undergoing its final series of tests in NASA workshops. It's designed to take even grander images than the Hubble telescope. But deploying it will be a major feat.
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  2. Suspect Killed After Knife And Vehicle Attack At Ohio State University

    University officials said the man struck pedestrians with a car and then got out and cut people with a butcher knife on the campus in Columbus, Ohio. At least nine people were taken to hospitals.
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  3. 'Hyena Man' Had Sex With 100 Girls And Women, Gets 2-Year Sentence

    Eric Aniva's case caught international attention. Now his sentence is attracting global criticism.
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  4. Jacob Wetterling's Killer Is Sentenced To 20 Years In Minnesota

    Decades after 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling went missing, Danny Heinrich confessed to murdering him. Wattterling said he was "truly sorry" for his "evil acts."
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  6. Support Pours In For N.Y. Immigrant After Post-Election Harassment

    Bhutan-born Tenzin Dorjee has experienced an uptick in racial slurs recently in the rural, upstate town he has lived in for years. Now, his community is rallying behind him, publicly and powerfully.
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  7. U.N.: ISIS Is Using Tens Of Thousands Of Civilians As Human Shields In Mosul

    The fighters are allegedly killing civilians who refuse to comply with their instructions or who they suspect are loyal to the Iraqi security forces, the U.N. human rights chief says.
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  8. My Mother's 10-Year Quest To Feed Me From 5,500 Miles Away

    It's a story of poor phone connections, suitcases full of Russian snacks, non-optional love of borsch and a globetrotting meat grinder.
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  9. After Trump's Election, Uncertainty For Syrian Refugees In The U.S.

    Donald Trump has vowed to block new Syrian refugees and send current refugees back. A family of Syrian refugees in New Jersey and the volunteers supporting them are not sure what to expect.
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  10. World's Tallest Waterslide To Be Demolished After Boy's Death

    "In our opinion, it is the only proper course of action following this tragedy," Schlitterbahn Waterparks and Resorts said. A 10-year-old rider was killed on the Verrückt waterslide last August.
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