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Intruders breach airport fences about every 10 days

As Americans focus on the wait in ever-longer security screening lines inside terminals, new documents show dozens more incidents happening outside perimeters than airports have disclosed.

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6 ways to score cheap tickets to summer events

The cost of a ticket to a concert or sporting event can set back your budget. Here are some strategies to help reduce the costs.

Nuclear-free hopes of Obama, Abe vs. reality

President Obama made a historic visit to Hiroshima Friday, where nuclear disarmament remains at the center of their discussions.

Cancer Society: Friday is 'Don't Fry Day'

The American Cancer Society is using the Friday before Memorial Day as a chance to warn people about the possibility of melanoma, a potentially deadly skin cancer that can hit in places you wouldn’t suspect.

Cruelty case exposes need for scrutiny of rescue groups

“There are very few laws in any state that actually describe what a rescue group is or hold them to any standards,” said Cory Smith, director of public policy at the Humane Society of the United States.

Report traces arc of Clinton server, agency failures

A clearer picture has emerged of Clinton’s email system and its use, but it is still not clear how well her system was secured at the time, especially in light of new hacking attempts disclosed by the inspector general’s report.

Leaders release draft bill for Metro safety monitor

The governors of Virginia and Maryland and the D.C. mayor announced Wednesday that they have agreed on draft legislation that would set up an independent agency responsible for ensuring the safety of Metro.

House hearing on IRS commissioner boils down to ‘no evidence’

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