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Rain, Choppy Seas Halt Cleanup Near Sunken Oil Rig

Posted: 04/24/2010 - Choppy seas, strong winds and rain halted Saturday's cleanup of an oil spill around the massive oil drilling rig that exploded and toppled into the ocean off the Louisiana coast.

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Airlines: Passengers Should Give Seats to Stranded

Posted: 04/24/2010 - Airlines appealed to passengers to give up their seats to stranded travelers Saturday, as carriers across Europe attempted to clear a backlog of thousands of tourists grounded by the ash cloud spewed from Iceland's volcano.

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Advocates Vow Challenges to Ariz. Immigration Law

Posted: 04/24/2010 - Arizona's governor vows the state's tough new law targeting illegal immigration will be implemented with no tolerance for racial profiling, but at least two advocacy groups were preparing legal challenges and Mexico has warned that the law could affect cross-border relations.

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Economy Pushes Many Texas Teens to Alter College Plans

Updated: 04/22/2010 - As incoming college freshmen prepare to turn in their acceptance letters on May 1, a new study finds 45 % of Texas teens surveyed indicate they have changed their college plans because of the economy.

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GM To Pay Back Government & Taxpayers

Updated: 04/21/2010 - DETROIT – General Motors Co. has repaid $8.1 billion in loans it got from the U.S. and Canadian governments, a move its CEO says is a sign automaker is on the road to recovery.

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Germany Awards Medal to U.S. Soldiers

Posted: 04/21/2010 - Germany has recognized 14 U.S. soldiers serving in Afghanistan for risking their lives to help German soldiers in a firefight.

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Citigroup Posts Huge Profit Thanks Taxpayers For Bailout

Updated: 04/19/2010 - NEW YORK (AFP) – US banking giant Citigroup said Monday it had returned to profit after two years spent largely in the red, posting a profit of 4.4 billion dollars in the first quarter of this year.

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Toyota Accepts Record $16.4 Million Fine

Updated: 04/19/2010 - The government says Toyota has agreed to pay a record $16.4 million fine for failing to properly notify federal authorities about a dangerous pedal defect.

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Texas Southern Freshman Killed Near Campus

Posted: 04/18/2010 - HOUSTON- Houston police are looking for a gunman who killed an 18-year-old Texas Southern University student by firing 10 times into a crowd near campus.

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Top General Says US Withdrawal From Iraq on Track

Posted: 04/18/2010 - WASHINGTON (AP) - The top U.S. military commander in Iraq says the planned withdrawal of nearly 45,000 U.S. troops by the end of August is on track despite a recent increase in attacks by militant forces.

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Airlines Push To Resume Flights After Volcanic Ash Test

Posted: 04/18/2010 - AMSTERDAM – Dutch airline KLM said it safely flew aircraft without passengers through a window in the cloud of volcanic ash over Europe Sunday, and pressed for an end to the total ban on commercial air traffic that has paralyzed travel across the continent.

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Tearful Pope Says Church Will Better Protect Young

Updated: 04/18/2010 - VALLETTA, Malta – Pope Benedict XVI met Sunday with a group of clerical sex-abuse victims and promised them with tears in his eyes that the Catholic Church would seek justice for pedophile priests and implement "effective measures" to protect young people from abuse.

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Feds: Militia Leader Told Members be Ready to Kill

Posted: 04/17/2010 - The leader of a Christian militia planned an elaborate, two-part training session for this month and told members it was OK to kill "anyone who might stumble upon the operation."

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Volcano Spews More Ash, Spawns Wider Flight Chaos

Updated: 04/17/2010 - A lingering volcanic ash plume forced extended no-fly restrictions over much of Europe on Saturday, as Icelandic scientists warned that volcanic activity had increased and showed no sign of abating.

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Obama: Fresh Crisis Without New Financial Rules

Posted: 04/17/2010 - The U.S. is destined to endure a new economic crisis that sticks taxpayers with the bill unless Congress tightens oversight of the financial industry, President Barack Obama said Saturday.

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Poland Holds Public Memorial for Crash Victims

Posted: 04/17/2010 - Some 100,000 Poles filled Warsaw's biggest public square Saturday, joining together for a memorial and funeral mass for the 96 people killed in a plane crash a week earlier.

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Pentagon Acts On Ft. Hood Recommendations

Updated: 04/15/2010 - WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon is expanding how it shares and spreads information on terrorist threats to military at home and around the world.

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