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U.S. Returns to 1 World Trade Center 15 Years After 9/11 Attacks

U.S. Returns to 1 World Trade Center 15 Years After 9/11 Attacks

NEW YORK, Sept 9 - The U.S. federal government on Friday marked its return to the rebuilt 1 World Trade Center, moving its New York City offices back to Lower Manhattan 15 years after the Sept. 11 attacks that had reduced the site to rubble...

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Serena Williams Will Soon Be 35. But Will She Ever Be No. 1 Again?

Serena Williams Will Soon Be 35. But Will She Ever Be No. 1 Again?

Another United States Open semifinal had just gone awry for Serena Williams, and Williams’s agent, Jill Smoller, and half sister, Isha Price, were in the corridor inside Arthur Ashe Stadium, leaning against a wall and thumbing their smartphones, oblivious to the fact that they were leaning against a huge photograph of Steffi Graf...

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Syrian Conflict: US and Russia Agree Peace Moves

Syrian Conflict: US and Russia Agree Peace Moves

Russia and the US have announced an agreement on Syria starting with a "cessation of hostilities" from sunset on Monday. Under the plan, the Syrian government will end combat missions in specified areas held by the opposition...

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Wells Fargo Fined $185M For Fake Accounts; 5,300 Were Fired

Wells Fargo Fined $185M For Fake Accounts; 5,300 Were Fired

Wells Fargo Bank, one of the nation's largest banks, has been hit with $185 million in civil penalties for secretly opening millions of unauthorized deposit and credit card accounts that harmed customers, federal and state officials said Thursday...

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House Passes Legislation to Allow Sept. 11 Victim Families to Sue Saudi Arabia as Obama Threatens Veto

House Passes Legislation to Allow Sept. 11 Victim Families to Sue Saudi Arabia as Obama Threatens Veto

WASHINGTON — Approval of a bipartisan bill that would allow families of Sept. 11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia puts Congress on a collision course with President Barack Obama on the eve of the 15th anniversary of the attacks...

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Dictator Kim Jong Un Bans Sarcasm In North Korea

Dictator Kim Jong Un Bans Sarcasm In North Korea

North Korea’s crackpot dictator Kim Jong-un has banned his people from using sarcasm in their everyday conversations in a fresh crackdown on criticism of his leadership...

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