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Firebrand int-islam lawmaker Geert Wilders smiles during an election campaign stop in Spijkenisse, near Rotterdam, Netherlands Saturday Feb. 18, 2017. Now, as a March 15 parliamentary election looms, the political mood is turning inward as Wilders dominates polls with an isolationist manifesto that calls for the Netherlands "to be independent again. So out of the EU."
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The Yahoo and Verizon logos on a laptop, in North Andover, Mass. Yahoo is taking a $350 million hit on its previously announced $4.8 billion sale to Verizon in a concession for security lapses that exposed personal information stored in more than 1 billion Yahoo user accounts. The revised agreement announced Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, eases investor worries that Verizon Communications Inc. would demand a discount of at least $1 billion or cancel the deal entirely.
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DC Zoo Says Bye Bye to Bao Bao the Giant Panda
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SC Doctor Heads to Office, Followed in By Coyote
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New York AG Aims to Become Trump's No. 1 Enemy
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Graffiti Scribbled on Washington Monuments
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SpaceX Launches Capsule to Space Station
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Scott Pruitt Confirmed by Senate to Lead the EPA
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Face Transplant Links Men Touched by Tragedy
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Officials Confident Dam Will Withstand Storms
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N.D. Gov. Urges Protesters to Leave Amid Cleanup
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DC Zoo Prepares to Send Panda to China
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Ukraine's President Victor Yushchenko speaks during a media conference at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Then a Ukrainian presidential candidate, Yushchenko fell ill from a massive dioxin poisoning in September 2004 that knocked him off the campaign trail for weeks and left his face severely pockmarked. In October 2005, the incident was declared to be "an assassination attempt" by Ukraine's Prosecutor General Svyatoslav Piskun.
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Senate Revokes Regulation on Gun Purchases
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Ashton Kutcher Makes Plea on Hill to End Slavery
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France's President Francois Hollande delivers a speech during a conference on poverty at the French Economic, Social and Environmental Council (CESE), in Paris, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017.
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A police officer stands outside the World Conference Center in Bonn, Germany, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. The foreign ministers of the G20 countries are meeting on Feb. 16 and 17 in Bonn. (Oliver Berg/dpa via AP)
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Chelsea's Eddie McCreadie, second right, kicks clear from scrimmage in front West Bromwich's Jeff Astle, left, during the English League Division one soccer match between Chelsea and West Bromwich Albion at Stamford Bridge Stadium in London. The degenerative damage potentially caused by repeated blows to the head in soccer has been highlighted by a rare study of brains of a small number of retired players who developed dementia, released on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. Concerns have grown in Britain about the impact of head injuries after campaigning by the family of former England striker Jeff Astle, whose death at age 59 in 2002 was attributed to repeatedly heading heavy, leather balls.
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Reluctant, Frustrated Dam Evacuees Head Home
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Penguins get valentines at California Aquarium