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Passengers leave a Southeast Airlines plane in Key West, Fla., on July 1, 1968, upon returning from Havana after their airliner was forced to fly to Cuba. The pilot, a Cuban refugee living in Miami, was held on the island to stand trial as a deserter. In the foreground are Mrs. Charles Evans and her 19-month-old daughter of Fort Worth, Texas. Harold Valentine/AP hide caption

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How The Recent EgyptAir Hijacking Conjured U.S. Skyjacking Epidemic

When a man claiming to have on a suicide vest demanded to be flown to Cyprus this week, it wasn't terrorism as we know it. Instead, it was reminiscent of the skyjackings once commonplace in the U.S.

A baby born with microcephaly in Brazil is examined by a neurologist. Felipe Dana/AP hide caption

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The Two-Way

Zika Is Linked To Microcephaly, Health Agencies Confirm

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Zika Is Linked To Microcephaly, Health Agencies Confirm

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Part of a larger Wisconsin tour, Sen. Ted Cruz speaks to the press before during a campaign stop at Dane Manufacturing on March 24, 2016 in Dane, Wisconsin. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Ahead Of Tuesday's Primary, Ted Cruz Gains Strength In Wisconsin

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign stop Tuesday in Janesville, Wis. Trump's approach to foreign policy reflects his perception that for the most part, the U.S. gets a raw deal. Nam Y. Huh/AP hide caption

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4 Things To Know About Donald Trump's Foreign Policy Approach

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StoryCorps

The True Story Of A Fake Presidential Candidate

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The True Story Of A Fake Presidential Candidate

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Passengers leave a Southeast Airlines plane in Key West, Fla., on July 1, 1968, upon returning from Havana after their airliner was forced to fly to Cuba. The pilot, a Cuban refugee living in Miami, was held on the island to stand trial as a deserter. In the foreground are Mrs. Charles Evans and her 19-month-old daughter of Fort Worth, Texas. Harold Valentine/AP hide caption

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How The Recent EgyptAir Hijacking Conjured U.S. Skyjacking Epidemic

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Tesla Motors unveils the new lower-priced Model 3 sedan in Hawthorne, Calif., on Thursday. Justin Prichard/AP hide caption

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A Tesla For The Masses? Orders For Model 3 Top 100K In First Hours

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Dr. Alexis LaPietra (left) and Dr. Mark Rosenberg have developed a program that tries to treat emergency room patients' pain without using opioids, which pose fatal risks. Hansi Lo Wang/NPR hide caption

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Shots - Health News

No Joke: N.J. Hospital Uses Laughing Gas To Cut Down On Opioid Use

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No Joke: N.J. Hospital Uses Laughing Gas To Cut Down On Opioid Use

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