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U.S. judge restores Endangered Species Act protections to Great Lakes gray wolves

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Before movie, Titanic was a news story

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NEW YORK (AP) — A listless late shift dragged on that night in the newsroom of The Associated Press and, across town, at The New York Times.

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Feet up on the AP city desk, an editor named Charles Crane read an H.G. Wells novel to while away the news-free night. "Telegraph instruments clicked desultorily," he said later, "and occasionally one could hear the heartbeat of the clocks."

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