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Disastrous explosion leaves dozens injured at Mexican fireworks market Air traffic controller's error nearly leads to crash in Southern California D.C. city council votes to mandate 8 weeks of paid family leave Turkey detains shooter's family after Russian ambassador assassinated Four more officials face charges stemming from Flint water crisis Donald Trump's wealthy group of Cabinet picks U.S. cities heighten security after Christmas market attack Massive manhunt underway for Berlin attacker What FBI warrant to search Clinton aide's laptop reveals Killer's family reportedly detained in Russian diplomat murder probe Dozens killed in Mexico fireworks market explosion New suspect identified in Berlin Christmas market attack Eye Opener: Deadly explosion rips through Mexico fireworks market High Valley cooks up a traditional Mennonite meal Richard Marx subdues unruly passenger Explosion at fireworks market leaves dozens dead Prince Harry talks about his mother's death Michael Phelps poses for "Sports Illustrated" cover Wimbledon champion attacked in her home Uptick in terror threats to U.S.?

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