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Facebook profit triples on mobile growth

Facebook has figured out mobile. The social networking giant said Wednesday that mobile ads accounted for 59 percent of its advertising revenue in the first three months of the year, up from 30 percent a year prior.

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Jodie Foster marries girlfriend

Surprise! Jodie Foster's now a married woman.

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Pope stirs Communion debate with call to woman

Pope Francis called an Argentine woman married to a divorced man and reportedly told her that she could receive the sacrament of Communion.

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Man leaves $1,000 tip for dog's surgery

Good people, not to mention good tippers, do exist.

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Reports say an Amazon phone is close

After more than two years of hints and leaks, the long-awaited Amazon phone appears to be almost ready for its debut.

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Barton County Sheriff's Office via KWCH

Man wants 'murder' tattoo removed before murder trial

A man who has been charged with first-degree murder has requested that he be allowed to cover up or remove his massive neck tattoo that says "murder" before he faces a jury.

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REUTERS/Larry Downing

Obama vows government support post-landslide

Calling their grit, resiliency and sense of community an inspiration to all Americans, President Barack Obama promised Tuesday that those impacted by last month's deadly landslide in Washington won't be forgotten -- least of all by the federal…

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Travelers set to splurge in 2014

If you're looking to splurge on travel this year, you're not alone.

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New migraine treatments show promise

There are few treatments available for the millions of people who suffer from migraines. New early-stage research offers new hope.

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Rand Paul in Chicago: School choice is 'the great equalizer'

Continuing his outreach to minority voters, Sen. Rand Paul told an audience in Chicago Tuesday that the debate over school choice is not a Republican vs. Democrat issue, but a fight between the "dead-enders" and "those who believe in innovation."

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