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A shooting at a high-school cafeteria in Marysville, Wash., Friday left two students dead, four more injured and this community north of Seattle in shock. The suspected shooter, who was a student and one of the two fatalities, died of an apparent self-inflicted wound at the scene.

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Ukraine’s government is heralding Sunday’s election as a chance to usher in a more trustworthy, Western-oriented legislature. But some voters feel less than inspired, seeing the same old faces and political rot.

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A proposed constitutional amendment in Florida that would make it the first state in the South to legalize medical marijuana is among the most expensive ballot fights in the country.

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The federal and state response to an infected doctor in New York presents a sharp contrast to the response to the nation’s first case in Dallas late last month.

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President Dilma Rousseff sought to widen her lead over conservative candidate Aécio Neves in the final sprint to Sunday’s election, an event that carries big stakes for an economy sputtering amid global declines in commodity prices.

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Liberal donors and activists are trumpeting candidates like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren to run against Hillary Clinton in 2016.

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New York, New Jersey and Connecticut imposed 21-day quarantines on health-care workers returning from West Africa, stoking a debate over how to curb Ebola without impeding humanitarian aid.

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On a recent weekend in Calgary, Canadian Christianne Boudreau and German Ulla Strodtbäumer talked about having raised their sons an ocean apart only to see them end up on the same path. Both converted to Islam and became radicalized. And both traveled to Syria, where they were shot and killed outside Aleppo, Syria.

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Leaders of a Muslim association in British Columbia said Canadian authorities questioned them about a suspected radical who attended a suburban Vancouver mosque during the same period as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau.

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The stock market soared this week, reclaiming ground lost earlier in the month. But many investors worried that, with stock prices high and the world economy unsettled, this year’s succession of sudden dips and sharp recoveries may not be over.