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Senate Blocks House Disaster Aid Bill

Updated: 09/23/2011 - The Democratic-led Senate has blocked a House-passed bill that would provide disaster aid and pay to keep federal agencies open, escalating the latest partisan clash over spending.

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Gun Bureau Contacted Before NY Killings

Posted: 09/23/2011 - Police reports indicate a New York detective contacted a police licensing bureau with concerns about the suspect's gun permit five months before he killed four people during a pharmacy drug robbery.

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Republican Bachmann 'We're In For The Marathon'

Posted: 09/23/2011 - Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann refuses to accept that the 2012 Republican presidential sweepstakes has come down to a choice between Mitt Romney and Rick Perry.

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Solyndra Leaders Invoke 5th Amendment at Hearing

Posted: 09/23/2011 - WASHINGTON - Top executives from a bankrupt California solar energy company have declined to testify before a congressional hearing investigating their half-billion dollar government loan.

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White House Hopefuls Pitch Conservative Activists

Posted: 09/23/2011 - Mitt Romney and Michele Bachmann are criticizing Texas Gov. Rick Perry over his state's in-state tuition for illegal immigrants as they court Republican presidential voters at a conservative conference.

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Fear About World Economy Sends Markets Lower

Posted: 09/22/2011 - NEW YORK - Stocks are plunging in midday trading, extending a rout around the world. Indicators across the financial markets show that investors are worried that the global economy is in for a long slump.

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Houston Woman Gets Prison Term for Katrina Fraud

Posted: 09/22/2011 - NEW ORLEANS - A Houston woman who pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining housing money after Hurricane Katrina has been sentenced to 10 months in prison.

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House Disaster Vote Sets Up Showdown with Senate

Posted: 09/21/2011 - WASHINGTON - The GOP-controlled House is set to pass $3.7 billion in disaster relief as part of a must-do bill to avert a government shutdown at the end of the month.

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NWS: Many in Joplin Ignored 1st Tornado Warnings

Posted: 09/20/2011 - Many Joplin, Mo., residents either ignored or were slow to react to the first warning sirens about a massive and deadly tornado this spring, partially because of years of false alarms, the government said Tuesday.

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Oil Rig Explodes in Okla.; No Injuries Reported

Posted: 09/20/2011 - WATONGA, Okla. - Authorities say an oil rig explosion that lit up the night sky about 60 miles northwest of Oklahoma City forced the evacuation of several homes but did not cause any reported injuries.

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Tyson Pays $32 Million to Settle Wage Lawsuit

Posted: 09/19/2011 - Tyson Foods Inc. is paying $32 million to settle a long-running dispute over whether it should compensate workers for time they spend putting on and taking off protective clothing.

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2 Texas Voting Maps Don't Meet Federal Law

Posted: 09/19/2011 - The U.S. Department of Justice says Texas' new voting maps for Congress and for the Texas House do not met federal anti-discrimination requirements.

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Texas voting maps don't meet federal law

Updated: 07/17/2014 - The U.S. Department of Justice says Texas' new voting maps for Congress and for the Texas House do not met federal anti-discrimination requirements.

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NASA's New Plans Include Mars Trip

Posted: 09/19/2011 - NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and members of Congress joined today in unveiling the Obama administration's general plan for its rocket design, called the Space Launch System.

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Widow from Border Lake Incident Testifies in Texas

Posted: 09/19/2011 - A Colorado woman who says her husband was shot and killed by drug cartel gunmen while they were boating on a U.S.-Mexico border lake last year says she's still waiting for the attackers to be brought to justice.

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Study: Whooping Cough Vaccination Fades in 3 Years

Posted: 09/19/2011 - A preliminary study suggests the vaccine against whooping cough falters after only about three years, adding support to school rules requiring kids to get the vaccination periodically.

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AP Source: GM's Costs Rise Little in New UAW Pact

Posted: 09/19/2011 - A person briefed on the new contract between General Motors and the United Auto Workers union says it will increase the company's fixed costs by only a small amount.

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