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Man Who Invented The Computer Mouse, Dies at 88

Posted: 07/03/2013 - Douglas Engelbart died Tuesday night at home in California, SRI International says. Research institute chief: "Anyone in the world who uses a mouse ... is indebted to him"

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Egypt's Generals Oust Morsy

Updated: 07/03/2013 - Egypt's military deposed the country's first democratically elected president Wednesday night after he failed to meet demands to share power with opponents who thronged the streets of Cairo, state-run media reported.

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June Auto Sales In U.S. Highest In 7 Years, KC Workers Get Boost

Updated: 07/03/2013 - Americans are buying more cars; General Motor's sales were up six percent in June, Chrysler's were up eight percent and Ford was up 13 percent. Anthony Mason speaks with Ford CEO Alan Mulally, who explains the sales boost.

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Dennis Rodman: Consider Me For Nobel Peace Prize

Posted: 07/03/2013 - Dennis Rodman, who was voted NBA Defensive Player of the Year twice during his Hall of Fame Career, says he deserves consideration for another honor: Nobel Peace Prize.

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Calif. Painter Awarded $58 Million In Bar Beating

Posted: 07/02/2013 - A 43-year-old house painter so badly brain damaged that he can't speak has been awarded $58 million by a jury after a beating at a bar left him with half his skull permanently bashed in.

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Tiffany Exec Stole Jewelry Worth $1.3 Million, Feds Say

Posted: 07/02/2013 - A former executive with Tiffany & Co. stole a little blue box bounty from the jeweler's midtown Manhattan headquarters and resold it for more than $1.3 million, federal authorities said Tuesday.

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Watch: Bear Turns On Rescuers In India

Posted: 07/02/2013 - Forest rangers in India used a net to rescue a bear that fell, but it turned on the unarmed rescuers, leaving them with minor injuries. Gayle King reports.

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Watch: Tornadoes Blast East Coast

Updated: 07/02/2013 - Severe weather slammed the East Coast Monday. An EF1 tornado touched down in Windsor Locks, Conn., In Yonkers, N.Y., surveillance video shows heavy rain and wind tossing debris

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"Crazy Ants" Swarming In Southeastern States

Posted: 07/01/2013 - First sighted in 2002, tiny "crazy ants" were formally identified in 2012 as Nylandia fulva, a species indigenous to northern Argentina and southern Brazil. They're showing up in the southeastern U.S.

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