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Big Reward Offered in Housing Complex Arson

Big Reward Offered in Housing Complex Arson $100,000 reward offered for help finding arsonists who attacked Los Angeles housing complex...

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Congressmen Play Chess to Raise Awareness of Game

Congressmen Play Chess to Raise Awareness of Game Teens coach congressmen as they play chess to raise awareness of game's educational benefits...

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Defending Sonoma Winner Truex Wants Repeat

Defending Sonoma Winner Truex Wants Repeat AUTO PACKAGE: Truex wants to jumpstart season with 2nd straight victory at Sonoma Raceway...

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Soldier in Afghanistan Fights for Dog His Ex Sold Away

Soldier in Afghanistan Fights for Dog His Ex Sold Away Robert Gabbert, a soldier based in Fort Carson, Colo., left Baxter, a 3-year-old Shiba Inu with his girlfriend when he was deployed to Afghanistan in March. For unknown reason, instead of returning the dog to the family, the girlfriend sold the puppy on Craigslist when Gabbert was still overseas....

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Obama: No Additional Authority to Act in Iraq

Obama: No Additional Authority to Act in Iraq Obama to congressional leaders: No additional authority necessary to act in Iraq...

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Petition Seeks Return of Grizzly Bears to the West

Petition Seeks Return of Grizzly Bears to the West Petition seeks expanded recovery plan for grizzlies across more western states...

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White House: No Emails Between White House, Lerner

White House: No Emails Between White House, Lerner White House: No emails found between presidential staff and IRS official in probe...

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Judge Issues Split Ruling on Utah Immigration Law

Judge Issues Split Ruling on Utah Immigration Law Federal judge issues split ruling on Utah's immigration enforcement law passed in 2011...

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Prosecutor Asks Court: Reinstate DeLay Convictions

Prosecutor Asks Court: Reinstate DeLay Convictions Prosecutor asks appeals court to reinstate convictions of ex-US House Majority Leader DeLay...

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TE Connectivity Buying Measurement Specialties

TE Connectivity Buying Measurement Specialties TE Connectivity buying sensor maker Measurement Specialties for $1.37B, or $86 per share...

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Text of the Federal Reserve's Statement Wednesday

Text of the Federal Reserve's Statement Wednesday Full text of the Federal Reserve's statement after its meeting Wednesday...

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What's Next for Libya Suspect, on Ship and Beyond?

What's Next for Libya Suspect, on Ship and Beyond? Q&A: What's next for the Benghazi suspect _ on that ship steaming westward and beyond?...

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Van Dyken-Rouen Leaves for Colorado Hospital

Van Dyken-Rouen Leaves for Colorado Hospital Van Dyken-Rouen heading off to next phase of rehabilitation after ATV crash left her paralyzed...

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Argentina Plans Debt Swap, but Analysts Say Doomed

Argentina Plans Debt Swap, but Analysts Say Doomed Argentina plans debt swap with some creditors, seeking to sidestep US order on defaulted bonds...

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2 Texas Men Arrested on Terror Charges

2 Texas Men Arrested on Terror Charges Two men have been arrested in Texas and separately charged with terror-related offenses after federal agents said they planned to travel halfway around the world to engage in violent jihad. One of the men, a Bangladesh-born U.S. citizen named Rahatul Ashikim Khan, allegedly wanted to......

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Sugar Prices Hit Eight-Month High

Sugar Prices Hit Eight-Month High Sugar rises to eight-month high following reports that Brazil planned to use more as ethanol...

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Military Identifies 17 Killed in '52 Alaska Crash

Military Identifies 17 Killed in '52 Alaska Crash The remains of about a third of the 52 U.S. service members who died in a crash outside Anchorage in 1952 have been identified. The Department of Defense on Wednesday said the remains of 17 people killed in the crash of the C-124A Globemaster will be returned to their families for burial with full military honors. The plane crashed while en route to Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, from McChord Air Force Base, Washington. The Alaska National Guard discovered the wreckage in June 2012 on Colony Glacier, about 40 miles east of Anchorage. The wreckage was spotted soon after the heavy transport plane vanished Nov. 22, 1952, with 41 passengers and 11 crew members onboard, but it became buried in snow. The remaining 35 service members have not yet been recovered....

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Lost Dog May Have Used Smell to Find Family After 2 Years

Lost Dog May Have Used Smell to Find Family After 2 Years A golden retriever who wandered away from her family at a campsite two years ago may have found her way back to her owners by smelling for her old blanket and their clothes....

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Governor of Embattled Mexican State Steps Down

Governor of Embattled Mexican State Steps Down Governor of violent state in western Mexico leaves post, cites health problems...

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Plane on Fire at Alabama Airport; Injuries Unknown

Plane on Fire at Alabama Airport; Injuries Unknown Plane veers from Huntsville, Alabama, airport runway, catches fire; unsure of number on board...

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