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Air Show Crash in Reno

Updated: 09/18/2011 - A federal investigator says searchers have recovered parts of the tail section of a World War II-era airplane that crashed in Reno, killing the pilot and eight spectators.

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Nonfatal Violent Crime Plunges in US in 2010

Posted: 09/16/2011 - The Justice Department says the number of violent crimes fell by 12 percent last year, several times larger than the average annual decrease from 2001 through 2009.

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Stocks have Second-Best Week in a Year

Posted: 09/16/2011 - The stock market is finishing its second-best week in a year as Europe's debt problems appear closer to a resolution.

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Advertising Groups Join Cigarette Label Opposition

Posted: 09/16/2011 - Two advertising industry groups are joining some of the nation's largest tobacco companies in opposing new graphic cigarette warning labels that include the sewn-up corpse of a smoker and pictures of diseased lungs.

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Air Base Lockdown

Posted: 09/16/2011 - An Air Force base in Arizona has been locked down amid reports of someone with a weapon, but base officials say no shots were fired.

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Aviation Security Discussed In Boston

Posted: 09/16/2011 - A congressional subcommittee examining aviation security a decade after 9/11 has told a Boston hearing that more needs to be done in several areas, including passenger screening and airport perimeter security.

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Supreme Court Halts Texas Execution

Posted: 09/15/2011 - The U.S. Supreme Court has halted the execution of a black man convicted of a double murder in Texas 16 years ago after his lawyers contended his sentence was unfair because of a question asked about race during his trial.

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Colorado Cantaloupe Still Being Investigated

Posted: 09/15/2011 - DENVER - The Food and Drug Administration is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to determine the source of contaminated cantaloupe blamed for a multistate outbreak of listeriosis.

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Retail Sales Flat in August, Auto Demand Declined

Posted: 09/14/2011 - WASHINGTON - Consumers spent less on autos, clothing and furniture, leaving retail sales unchanged in August. The lack of growth in retail sales during a month of wild stock market fluctuations may increase recession fears.

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Tropical Storm Lee Exposes Old Oil From BP Spill

Posted: 09/13/2011 - PORT FOURCHON, La. - BP PLC is sending cleanup crews back to Fourchon Beach because erosion from Tropical Storm Lee unearthed miles of tar balls, tar mats and abandoned cleanup equipment left from last year's oil spill.

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Old Farmer's Almanac: Back to Basics is "In"

Posted: 09/13/2011 - DUBLIN, N.H. - This year's edition of "The Old Farmer's Almanac" is full of household tips that its editor hopes will resonate with people looking to save money and simplify their lives in tough economic times.

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Obama's Jobs Plan Complicates Task of Debt Panel

Posted: 09/13/2011 - WASHINGTON - A bipartisan House-Senate panel is finding its task of cutting the budget deficit complicated by the cost and politics of President Barack Obama's $447 billion jobs plan.

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Obama to Promote Jobs Plan in Boehner's Home State

Posted: 09/13/2011 - WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama is heading to the home state of his chief GOP antagonist on Capitol Hill, House Speaker John Boehner, to promote his jobs plan.

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Horses Wearing 9, 1 and 1 are NYC Winners on 9/11

Posted: 09/13/2011 - NEW YORK - What are the odds? On the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks on Sunday, horses wearing the numbers 9, 1 and 1 won the first three races at Belmont.

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Perry Assailed by GOP Rivals, Defends His Record

Updated: 09/13/2011 - Attacked from all sides by fellow Republicans, Texas Gov. Rick Perry softened his rhetoric if not his position on Social Security in a crackling presidential campaign debate Monday night.

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GOP Debate Fact Check: A Look at the Record

Updated: 09/13/2011 - Rick Perry 1.0 thought Social Security was a "disease" inflicted on the population by the federal government. Rick Perry 2.0 thinks Social Security deserves being saved "for generations to come."

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9/11 Memorial Plaza in NYC to Open to Public

Updated: 10/15/2012 - NEW YORK - The plot of land in New York City that has been known for a decade as "the pile," "the pit" and "ground zero" will welcome the public for the first time since the Sept. 11 attacks.

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