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Andy Murray of Britain waves to the crowd after beating Liam Broady of Britain in their men's singles match on day two of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London, Tuesday, June 28, 2016. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
The Latest: Aussie qualifier wins 14-12 in 5th setAfter a four-hour contest between two qualifiers that went to 26 games in the fifth set, the match ended on a double-fault
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MSF: Syrians trapped without aid near Jordan face starvationThe aid group Doctors Without Borders says Syrians stranded in a remote desert area on the Jordanian border face starvation after Jordan sealed the area following a suicide attack last week
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FILE - This Sept. 6, 2012, file photo, shows the Amazon logo in Santa Monica, Calif. Amazon’s “Prime Day” is back. The e-commerce powerhouse will offer a bonanza of discounts during its second-annual “Prime Day” on July 12, 2016. Others such as Wal-Mart are launching their own “Christmas in July” sales to compete. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)
Amazon 'Prime Day' sales gimmick is back this JulyAmazon pushes "Prime Day" discounts in July
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Rosetta space probe set to crash-land on comet September 30The European Space Agency says the Rosetta spacecraft will crash onto comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko Sept. 30, joining its sidekick Philae which landed nearly two years ago
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Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, left, meets with World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, in New Delhi, India, Thursday, June 30, 2016. The World Bank Group Thursday signed an agreement with the International Solar Alliance, consisting of 121 countries led by India, to collaborate on increasing solar energy use around the world, with the goal of mobilizing $1 trillion in investment by 2030. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)
World Bank to back India's solar power initiativeThe World Bank has signed an agreement with the Indian-led International Solar Alliance to boost solar energy in developing countries by mobilizing $1 trillion in investments by 2030
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British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne speaks during a news conference at The Treasury in London, Monday, June 27, 2016. Treasury chief Osborne sought to calm nerves in the markets Monday, as investors worried about the consequences of Britain leaving the European Union. In his first public appearance since the vote to leave the bloc Thursday, Osborne tried to reassure markets shaken by the result. (Stefan Rousseau/Pool Photo via AP)
UK stock index above pre-vote level: Crisis over? Not likelyBritain's main stock market is back above where it was before the vote to leave the European Union plunged the country into turmoil, but all is not well
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Official: suicide attack on Afghan police convoy kills 37An Afghan official says that a suicide bomber has attacked a bus carrying trainee policemen, killing 30
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NYPD: Man stuffed bag of feces in woman's pantsThe NYPD is looking for a man who stuffed a bag of feces down a woman's pants as she walked in Manhattan
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FILE - In this July 20, 1998 file photo, author Alvin Toffler,  gestures during his talk on the Fourth Wave at the Astrobiology Roadmap Workshop in Mountain View, Calif. Toffler, a guru of the post-industrial age whose million-selling "Future Shock" and other books anticipated the disruptions and transformations brought about by the rise of digital technology, has died. He was 87.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)
Alvin Toffler, author of 'Future Shock,' dead at 87Alvin Toffler, author of "Future Shock," died at age 87. Toffler, who collaborated on much of his work with his wife Heidi, was one of the world's most famous "futurists."
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  • Some fear Metro to Loudoun will increase car congestion

    Several members of Loudoun County's Board of Supervisors worry the number of cars on crowded roadways will increase, if funding dries up for subsidized commuter buses, which currently carry commuters from the fast-growing county to downtown Washington, D.C. for $8 or $9. For years, county taxpayers have paid for buses, drivers' salaries and other expenses to operate the service from 11 Park and Ride Lots to Crystal City, Rosslyn, The Pentagon and Washington. WTOP-FM Washington, Fri, Jun 24 2016 @ 08:58 AM
  • Rate of Suspensions in Northern Virginia Schools Going Up

    After four years of decreasing rates, the 2014-2015 school year saw an increase in the rate of public school suspensions and expulsions in Northern Virginia, according to the Legal Aid Justice Center. "Half of suspensions were for cell phone disruptions, defiance, insubordination, and disrespect, not for any sort of violent offense," Legal Aid Justice Center Fellow Becky Wolozin told WMAL. WMAL-AM Washington, Thu, Jun 23 2016 @ 08:08 AM
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