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House to Vote on GOP College Loan Bill

Posted: 04/27/2012 - The House plans to vote today on a GOP bill to keep interest rates on some student loans at 3.4 percent instead of doubling on July 1.

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Deadly Explosions in Iraq

Updated: 04/27/2012 - Two explosions have killed at least nine people at a cafe northeast of Baghdad. Officials say a suicide car bomber set off the first explosion outside the cafe late Thursday.

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US Unemployment Aid Requests Near 3-Month High

Posted: 04/26/2012 - The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits remained stuck near a three-month high last week, a sign that hiring has likely slowed since winter.

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Analysts Say North Korea's New Missiles are Fakes

Posted: 04/26/2012 - Analysts say a half dozen ominous new North Korean missiles showcased at a lavish military parade were clumsy fakes. Their conclusions cast more doubt on the country's claims of military prowess after its recent rocket launch failure.

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Senate Votes to Slow Closing of Post Offices

Posted: 04/25/2012 - The Senate has passed overhaul legislation that would allow the financially strapped U.S. Postal Service to avert immediate bankruptcy, giving it a cash infusion while delaying decisions on closing post offices and ending Saturday delivery.

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Napolitano Faces Questions on Secret Service Scandal

Posted: 04/25/2012 - Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is facing questions Wednesday from a Senate panel on the Secret Service prostitution scandal that embarrassed the White House and overshadowed the president's visit to a Latin American summit.

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Romney Wins NY, Pa. and 3 Other GOP Primaries

Posted: 04/24/2012 - Mitt Romney has completed a five-state sweep of Republican presidential primaries, adding a victory in New York to earlier wins in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Delaware.

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Police Chief in Trayvon Martin Case Remains Under Scrutiny

Posted: 04/24/2012 - While George Zimmerman is free on bail, the police chief criticized for not charging him after Trayvon Martin's slaying remains under scrutiny, as city commissioners want to wait for the results of a federal investigation to decide if they will accept Chief Bill Lee's resignation.

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Obama Takes on College Costs, Eyes Young Voters

Posted: 04/24/2012 - Wooing young voters, President Barack Obama is on a blitz to keep the cost of college loans from soaring for millions of students, taking his message to three states strategically important to his re-election bid. By taking on student debt, Obama is speaking to middle-class America and targeting an enormous burden that threatens the economic recovery.

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Weekend Drowning Victim Remembered as Community Protector

Updated: 04/24/2012 - A fishing trip turned tragic on Saturday for a former Brazos County Sheriff's Deputy and College Station Police Officer. Tommy Preston Sr. drowned after his canoe capsized on a private lake in Bryan.

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Romney on Spending: Guns Triumph Over Butter

Posted: 04/22/2012 - Reducing government deficits Mitt Romney's way would mean less money for health care for the poor and disabled and big cuts to nuts-and-bolts functions such as food inspection, border security and education.

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US Futures Rise as Weekend Nears

Posted: 04/20/2012 - Stock futures are rising ahead of the week's last session with earnings at so many major U.S. corporations faring better than expected and some fresh optimism from Europe.

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Reports to Detail Post-Super Tuesday Campaign Cash

Posted: 04/20/2012 - For the first time since the Super Tuesday primaries, voters are getting a look at just how much money presidential candidates and their supporters have been raking in.

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Bail Hearing for Trayvon Martin Shooter

Posted: 04/20/2012 - Lawyers for the Florida neighborhood watchman who shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin will ask that their client be granted bail today.

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US Unemployment Aid Applications Decline Slightly

Posted: 04/19/2012 - The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits dipped last week but remained higher than it's been in recent weeks. The slight rise in applications in the past few weeks could signal that the gains in the job market are uneven.

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Scientists: Fish are Sick Where BP's Oil Spill Hit

Posted: 04/19/2012 - Two years after the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill, scientists say they're finding trouble with sick fish that dwell along offshore reefs and in the deep waters - especially in places where the oil spill hit the hardest.

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