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U.S., Israel Discuss Spy Release

U.S. officials said Monday that they are in talks with Israel on the release of Jonathan Jay Pollard, a former intelligence officer who is serving a life sentence for spying on behalf of Israel.

AZ Abortion Drug Limits Upheld

A federal judge in Tucson has refused to block some of the strictest rules in the nation on the use of abortion drugs.

Okcupid Seeks To Block Mozilla Firefox Over Gay Rights

OK Cupid’s message directs customers to use other browsers, like Internet Explorer, to access the site.

Japan Ends Ban on Weapon Exports

The ban, which was self-imposed in the 1960s, will allow the country to ship weapons to allies and partners that consent to Japanese approval for third-nation sales.

Zuckerberg Rakes in $3.3B

After making a paltry $2.3 billion in 2012, newly filed regulatory documents for Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg show him making a whopping $3.3 billion in 2013

Lucky Couple Wins Lottery 3 Times In One Month

“Baby, we did it again!” a gleeful Calvin Spencer shouted to his wife Zatera after their third big win in the Virginia state lottery in a single month.

Manhattan Real-Estate Prices Rise Above 2008 Pre-Recession Record

The cost of a Manhattan apartment has finally topped the record set shortly before the 2008 economic collapse.

Postal Trucks Hog Parking Spots In Murray Hill

Residents of Manhattan’s Murray Hill would like to deliver a message to their neighborhood post office: Get your trucks off our streets.

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