World Cup: U.S. routs Japan 5-2 for third title

Carli Lloyd was on a mission.

It was her goal to help her team bring the World Cup trophy to the United States for the first time in 16 years.

Japan stood in her way, but it never stood a chance as the Americans' No. 10 stung quickly and often to guid...

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History of flu outbreaks

POSTED: 9:47 AM PST January 10, 2013    UPDATED: 8:05 AM PST December 18, 2013 

The first human has died from the H10N8 avian flu virus, which has only been detected in birds until now. Take a look at history's four main flu outbreaks.

Spanish flu Walter Reed
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1918 – 1919

The Spanish flu came on quickly. Some people felt fine in the morning but died by nightfall. People who caught the Spanish Flu but did not die from it often died from complications caused by bacteria, such as pneumonia.

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