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The president's effort to free the WNBA star faced resistance from a Russian government bent on extracting maximum concessions. And the Justice Dept. viewed the one-for-one swap involving arms dealer Viktor Bout as a mistake.
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A review of extreme flooding events this summer showed FEMA's flood maps are failing to fully inform Americans of flood risk in rural and urban areas.
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Charging return and restocking fees encourages consumers to make their returns in-store —  a win for retailers, who save on gas, postage and labor, and get another chance to make a sale.
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Celebrated as a sitcom star and stage actor, “Big Bang Theory” alum Jim Parsons shares a new side of himself in the tear-jerking film “Spoiler Alert.”
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The Republican candidate who lost the Arizona governor's race, asked a court to throw out the results.
The Justice Department sought a contempt order from the chief judge amid a dispute over whether all classified documents have been returned by the former president’s legal team.
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