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LAS VEGAS – Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is calling armed backers of a Nevada rancher "domestic terrorists" for using guns in a grazing rights battle with the federal Bureau of Land Management.

The Democrat was speaking at an event hosted by the Las Vegas Review-Journal (http://bit.ly/QrWVIj ) Thursday when he referred to Saturday's armed confrontation between BLM agents and self-described militia members supporting Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy.

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No shots were fired.

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  • Thrin Short, 16, of Ventura County, Calif., told FoxNews.com she was pushed at least three times by associate professor Mireille Miller-Young during a March 4 anti-abortion outreach event at the University of California in Santa Barbara. (Courtesy: Thrin Short)

  • Miller-Young, right, declined comment when reached by FoxNews.com, referring inquiries to her attorney, Catherine Swysen, who did not return a message seeking comment Wednesday.

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  • Thrin Short, 16, of Ventura County, Calif., told FoxNews.com she was pushed at least three times by associate professor Mireille Miller-Young during a March 4 anti-abortion outreach event at the University of California in Santa Barbara. (Courtesy: Thrin Short)

  • Miller-Young, right, declined comment when reached by FoxNews.com, referring inquiries to her attorney, Catherine Swysen, who did not return a message seeking comment Wednesday.

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This image released by ABC shows actress Kerry Washington in a scene from "Scandal." The series airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. EST on ABC.AP/ABC

This week’s ‘Scandal’ sets up what could literally be some of the most explosive episodes yet.

Olivia has officially teamed up with father to take down B613. Rowan explains how to access their funding and she makes him to promise that he won’t hurt the president, which he is quick to oblige.

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The Navy is considering a novel way to protect its fighter pilots: firing live shoulder-launched surface-to-air missiles at them to train them in evasive action and test aircraft missile warning systems.

The shoulder-fired missiles in the hands of terrorists, criminal and enemy fighters pose a worldwide problem. Insurgents in Iraq during the war posted YouTube videos showing their deadly ability with the weapons against U.S. military helicopters.

The Navy disclosed its intentions earlier this month in a little-noticed request for information.

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The Navy is considering a novel way to protect its fighter pilots: firing live shoulder-launched surface-to-air missiles at them to train them in evasive action and test aircraft missile warning systems.

The shoulder-fired missiles in the hands of terrorists, criminal and enemy fighters pose a worldwide problem. Insurgents in Iraq during the war posted YouTube videos showing their deadly ability with the weapons against U.S. military helicopters.

The Navy disclosed its intentions earlier this month in a little-noticed request for information.

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The Navy is considering a novel way to protect its fighter pilots: firing live shoulder-launched surface-to-air missiles at them to train them in evasive action and test aircraft missile warning systems.

The shoulder-fired missiles in the hands of terrorists, criminal and enemy fighters pose a worldwide problem. Insurgents in Iraq during the war posted YouTube videos showing their deadly ability with the weapons against U.S. military helicopters.

The Navy disclosed its intentions earlier this month in a little-noticed request for information.

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NEW YORK – Countless theories have surfaced about the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 nearly two weeks ago.

Some are plausible, some are downright absurd. There is, unfortunately, no clear answer as the families of the 239 passengers and crew — and the rest of the world — wait in agony. Even the most logical hypotheses about what happened to the 209-foot-long Boeing 777 have holes. No scenario solves this mystery.

Here is a look at some of the leading, plausible theories — and their flaws.

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As the investigation into the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 focused Wednesday on deleted files from the home flight simulator of the pilot, Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, a host of possible explanations — and conspiracy theories — have materialized.

Evidence thus far suggests the Boeing 777, which took off on March 8 carrying 239 people on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, was deliberately turned back across Malaysia with its communications systems disabled.

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As the investigation into the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 focused Wednesday on deleted files from the home flight simulator of the pilot, Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, a host of possible explanations — and conspiracy theories — have materialized.

Evidence thus far suggests the Boeing 777, which took off on March 8 carrying 239 people on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, was deliberately turned back across Malaysia with its communications systems disabled.

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