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Robin Williams' ashes scattered in SF Bay

Actor Robin Williams was cremated and his ashes were scattered in San Francisco Bay, according to his death certificate.

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Judge strikes down Florida's same-sex marriage ban

Gay and lesbian rights advocates continued their undefeated run Thursday when a federal judge ruled Florida's same-sex marriage ban to be unconstitutional -- though he didn't go so far to allow such marriages to take place right away.

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Kent Brantly, wife

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U.S. Ebola patients released from hospital

Dr. Kent Brantly walked around the room at Emory University Hospital on Thursday, hugging staff members and shaking hands.

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Investors cheer: S&P 500 hits all-time high

If you kept your money in the stock market this summer, you're likely feeling pretty smart now.

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Bank of America to pay $16.65 billion over mortgages

Bank of America's tab for the financial crisis is now nearly $74 billion.

On Thursday, the bank reached a $16.65 billion agreement to pay the biggest settlement in history, adding to what was already a hefty bill for the bank.

The latest agreement…

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Sprint undercuts T-Mobile by $20 a month

The price war is on in the U.S. wireless industry.

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Slovakia Blood Countess

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On the trail of Slovakia's 'Blood Countess'

With a ruined centuries-old castle looming up on the hill above, the Slovakian village of Cachtice could easily take a starring role in a Gothic horror film.

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Honda changes Fit bumpers after crash tests

Honda is going to change the front bumpers on 12,000 Honda Fit subcompact cars so that they match those on a car that just earned a "Top Safety Pick" rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

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Student suspended for saying 'bless you' after sneeze

A student was sent to the principal's office after saying "bless you" to another student who sneezed in class. 

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Apple on top of school books

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10 areas with the highest private school enrollment

Wealthy, educated Catholics are more likely to send their kids to private schools. This is according to a new study conducted by real estate site Trulia, which came up with a list of the top 10 metro areas with the highest private school enrollment.

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