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VIDEO: Obama believes US-Mexico stereotypes must be broken
President Barack Obama says he wants to set aside old stereotypes that have created misunderstanding between Mexico and the United States. He says Mexico is an emerging nation that is remaking itself.
VIDEO: Student falsely ID'd as Boston bombing suspect found dead in river
The body pulled from a river in Providence, Rhode Island two days ago has been positively identified as missing Brown University student, Sunil Tripathi.
McDonald's hires teen Olympian to tout egg-white sandwich
McDonald's Corp. has hired 17-year- old Olympic gold medal gymnast Gabby Douglas to help promote its newest item - the egg-white breakfast sandwich.
Boston bombing suspect killed, massive manhunt for second
An army of law enforcement officials search Boston's locked down western suburbs Friday for the second marathon bombing suspect after they killed another suspect in a firefight Thursday night. A campus police officer was also killed and a transit policeman seriously injured.
Police: Boston bombing suspect in custody
Police took 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing, into custody on Friday.
Boston bombing victim in iconic photo helped identify suspects
Minutes before the bombs blew up in Boston, Jeff Bauman looked into the eyes of the man who tried to kill him.
Volunteer firefighter from tiny town among those killed in plant explosion
A volunteer firefighter from Navarro Mills, a dot on the east-central Texas prairie, is among those killed in an explosion at a fertilizer plant in the region.
Social media reactions to Texas explosion
A deadly explosion at a fertilizer plant in the town of West, Texas, on Wednesday night flattened buildings and injured dozens, and social media sites were flooded with pictures and video of the event.
VIDEO: 'Suspicious substance' found in envelope addressed to Obama
A letter addressed to President Barack Obama that contained a "suspicious substance" has been intercepted at the White House's off-site mail facility, a Secret Service spokesman said Wednesday.
Texas ammonia-plant blast kills an estimated 5 to 15 people
An explosion at Adair Grain Inc.'s fertilizer facility in the town of West killed as many as 15 people and injured at least 160 in what may be the worst U.S. industrial disaster since the Texas refinery blast in 2005.
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