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House tightens controls on visa-free travel to US

Posted: $formattedDate - The House has approved legislation tightening controls on travel to the U.S. and requiring visas for anyone who's been in Iraq or Syria in the previous five years.

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Deputy: Gator killed man in community hit by burglaries

Posted: $formattedDate - Authorities say a man who may have hidden as officers investigated reports of two suspicious men in a Florida community targeted by recent burglaries was killed by an 11-foot alligator.

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Slumping Morgan Stanley eliminates 1,200 jobs

Posted: $formattedDate - It's a depressing time to be a trader on Wall Street. Struggling Morgan Stanley slashed 1,200 jobs around the world in recent days, a person familiar with the matter told CNNMoney.

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Southwest says fares could fall. Yay! But stock tanks

Posted: $formattedDate - Flying over the river (but hopefully not through the woods) to Grandma's house this Christmas may be cheaper on Southwest. But good news for travelers is not good news for airline stocks.

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And the Kimye baby's name is .... Saint West

Posted: $formattedDate - Kim Kardashian West and hubby Kanye announced the name of their new boy via Twitter and her app. Daughter North's brother was born Saturday, weighing in at 8 pounds, 1 ounce.

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Mother of abandoned newborn arrested

Posted: $formattedDate - The mother of a newborn baby found abandoned under pieces of asphalt has been identified and arrested, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said Monday.

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SCOTUS declines to take up ban on assault weapons

Updated: $formattedDate - The Supreme Court declined to take up a challenge to a Chicago suburb's ban on assault weapons Monday, a move that will encourage gun-control advocates and could frustrate supporters of gun rights.

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Grammy nominations announced

Posted: $formattedDate - The nominations for the 58th Grammy Awards were announced Monday morning, and Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar were among the picks for the top categories.

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Inside the $2 billion ISIS war machine

Posted: $formattedDate - ISIS buys bombs and pays fighters with the billions of dollars it makes from the oil fields, mineral mines, and banks under its control. ISIS also imposes taxes on the people living inside its territory in Iraq and Syria.

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