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Turkey-Bombing (will update)
Eight people were killed in southeastern Turkey when a bomb exploded, an Interior Ministry official said. No groups had taken credit for the attack.
A federal appeals court issued a pair of rulings Monday affecting controversial anti-illegal immigration laws in Georgia and Alabama -- upholding parts of the laws and blocking others.
US-Augusta-Female-Reaction (with US-Augusta-Female-Members, which has been published)
Augusta National's announcement that -- after 80 years -- to admit women into its ranks for the first time triggered a wave of reaction online and elsewhere.
The Hells Angels are going to court, protesting a federal policy barring the motorcycle club's foreign members from visiting the Untied States.
Washington-Tuskegee-Airman-Dies (will update)
One of the original Tuskegee Airmen died this week, according to the group. He was 88
SPORT-Lance-Armstrong-Lawsuit (Will update)
A federal judge on Monday dismissed the latest lawsuit filed by champion cyclist Lance Armstrong aimed at halting the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's case against him.
MED-Diana-Nyad-Swim (will update)
Despite losing six hours to a storm, the 62-year-old is about 40 percent of the way through her attempt to swim from Cuba to Key West. Time wise, she is farther along than any of her previous four attempts.
ENT-Obit-Tony-Scott (will update)
Film director Tony Scott left notes in his car and office before plunging to his death from the Vincent Thomas Bridge in San Pedro, California, a Los Angeles County coroner official said Monday. Scott, best known for the films "Top Gun" and "Beverly Hills Cop II," apparently committed suicide by jumping from the bridge about 12:30 p.m. Sunday, said Lt. Joe Bale of the coroner's office.
Country music star Wynonna Judd's new husband lost his left leg because of injuries suffered in a motorcycle crash in South Dakota Saturday, a statement from her publicist said Monday.
ENT-Phyllis-Diller-Obit (will update)
Comedian Phyllis Diller, known for her self-deprecating humor, died "peacefully in her sleep" at her Los Angeles home Monday morning, her manager told CNN. Diller was 95.
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