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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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Obama : Agreement To Secure Nukes Within 4 years

Updated: 04/13/2010 - WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama says all of the leaders attending a nuclear security summit have endorsed his goal of securing nuclear materials around the world within four years.

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Telephone Questionnaire Assistance Centers Aid Census Mail Out

Posted: 04/12/2010 - Did you lose or not receive your 2010 Census questionnaire? There’s still time to get a questionnaire and to mail it back to avoid a visit from a census worker. Households have less than a week to mail back Census questionnaires to avoid a visit.

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Miss. Gov Says Confederacy Flap Not Worth `Diddly'

Posted: 04/11/2010 - WASHINGTON (AP) - Mississippi's governor says the dustup over Virginia's proclamation for Confederate History Month seems like a lot of noise over something that "doesn't amount to diddly."

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WVa Church Remembers Lost Miners

Posted: 04/11/2010 - PETTUS, W.Va. (AP) - A West Virginia church used its Sunday service to pay tribute to the 29 people killed in last week's mine explosion, and to thank all those who make their living in the mines.

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Polish leader, 96 others dead in Russia jet crash

Updated: 04/11/2010 - SMOLENSK, Russia -- Polish President Lech Kaczynski and some of the country's highest military and civilian leaders died on Saturday when the presidential plane crashed as it came in for a landing in western Russia.

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