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In this July 5, 2015, photo, a rabbit dines on the lawn surrounding a car dealership in Littleton, Colo. A damp spring has provided rabbits with ample food supplies and, as a result, has increased the population of rabbits which, in turn, has upped the risk for a relatively rare bacterial disease in the state-tularemia, or rabbit fever. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Lush conditions fuel Colorado increase in rabbit feverUnusually lush conditions fueling increase in rabbit fever, other diseases in Colorado
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Condemned Boston Marathon bomber files motion for new trialBoston Marathon bomber files motion for new trial for conviction and death sentence
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People stand in rubble after a bombing in the eastern neighborhood of New Baghdad. Iraq, Monday, July 6, 2015. At least a dozen civilians were killed on Monday when a Russian-made fighter jet accidentally dropped a bomb over a Baghdad neighborhood, officials said. (AP Photo/ Hadi Mizban)
Iraqi fighter jet accidentally bombs Baghdad, 12 killedIraqi fighter jet accidently drops bomb over Baghdad neighborhood, kills 12 people
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Aretha Franklin sings praises of Illinois after highway helpSpokesman: Aretha Franklin exclaims 'Hallelujah!' when police show up after tour bus breakdown
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Randy Saxon, left and Wayne Whitfield, both of Anderson, S.C., discuss the Confederate flag on the South Carolina Statehouse grounds with Brodrick S. Hall of Atlanta, right, on Monday, July 6, 2015. Lively discussions on the flag took place on the grounds took place outside the state house where lawmakers debated whether the flag should be removed from the downtown Columbia complex.  ( AP Photo/ Meg Kinnard)
South Carolina lawmakers begin debate over Confederate flagSouth Carolina lawmakers begin debate over future of Confederate flag outside Capitol
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Scot Breithaupt, BMX pioneer, found dead in CaliforniaScot Breithaupt, pioneer in sport of bicycle motocross, found dead in California desert city
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FILE - In this July 23, 2012, file photo, James Holmes, who is charged with killing 12 moviegoers and wounding 70 more in a shooting spree in a crowded theatre in 2012, sits in Arapahoe County District Court in Centennial, Colo. The relationship Arlene and Robert Holmes had with their son James had been strained since he was a young boy. After he left for graduate school, their communication was mostly confined to terse emails. Holmes told a psychiatrist years after his gunshots killed 12 people and injured 70 in a crowded Colorado movie theater that he doesn’t like to talk with people, even his mother and father.  (RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post via AP, Pool, File)
Fraying family ties cut to heart of theater gunman's defenseEven a killer has loved ones: Colorado theater shooter's parents endure trial's gory details
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President Barack Obama arrives to receive an update on the Islamic State group from military leaders at the Pentagon on Monday, July 6, 2015. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
Obama at Pentagon for meetings on Islamic StateObama meeting with military leaders at the Pentagon on campaign against Islamic State
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Upscale Idaho town threatened by fire urged to flee homesResidents of upscale lakeside community threatened by Idaho wildfire urged to flee their homes
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  • July 4 Virginians who signed the Declaration of Independence

    Today, we remember seven Virginians who put everything on the line. Pledging their fortunes and their sacred honor, they and 49 others signed their names to the Declaration of Independence, daring King George: Here we are come and get us. The Virginian-Pilot, Sat, Jul 4 2015 @ 11:29 AM
  • Six Tips for Staying Safe With Your Own Fireworks

    Did you know that more fires are reported on July Fourth than on any other day of the year in the U.S.? Nearly half of these fires are caused by fireworks. Did you know that most often, children and teens between the ages of 10 and 14 are injured while using consumer fireworks? The good news is you can enjoy your holiday and the fireworks with just a few simple safety tips: In Loudoun County, consumer fireworks, namely sparklers and ground-based fountains, are legal to possess and use on private property. Patch.com, Fri, Jul 3 2015 @ 05:05 PM
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