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Hammer-wielding suspect attacks clerk at Va. outlet mall

Police are searching for a man they say hit a store clerk in the neck with the claw end of the hammer at an outlet mall in Leesburg, Virginia.

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Anglers who are hooking fish to feed their families often are unaware of the toxic substances found in fish because government advisories fail to get to them. (Photos)

Symbol of dictatorship abuse, Chilean sees justice coming

Her scarred face became a symbol of the atrocities of Chile’s 1973-90 dictatorship led by Gen. Augusto Pinochet. Now Carmen Quintana feels justice is being done.

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