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        Man Struck by Vehicle in Appleton Dies

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        Walker: 'Right to Work,' Jobs Promise Not on Agenda

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        Ryan: Purported beheading reflects Obama weakness

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        Former Walker aide who spurred investigation dies

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        Family: Joan Rivers on life support


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        Wisconsin police investigate soccer brawl

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        32 teens escape from Nashville detention center


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        Cybersecurity Warning After Celebrity Hack

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