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Evangelist Oral Roberts Dies at Age 91

Updated: 12/15/2009 - (AP) Tulsa, OK - Oral Roberts, a pioneer in televangelism who founded a multimillion-dollar ministry and a university that bears his name, died Tuesday.

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Treasury Pay Czar Limits Pay at Automakers, Banks

Posted: 12/11/2009 - The Obama administration's pay czar is limiting the cash compensation for executives at companies that received the largest taxpayer bailouts to $500,000 and delaying some other payouts.

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Bone Drugs May Help Prevent Breast Cancer

Posted: 12/10/2009 - New results from a large women's health study suggest that bone-building drugs such as Fosamax and Actonel might help prevent breast cancer.

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Obama Accepts Nobel Peace Prize

Posted: 12/10/2009 - President Barack Obama says war is sometimes necessary and justified, even as he accepts the Nobel Peace Prize.

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Obama Approval Rating Hits Presidential Low

Updated: 12/09/2009 - President Obama's job approval rating has fallen to 47 percent in the latest Gallup poll, the lowest ever recorded for any president at this point in his term.

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Tiger Loses Endorsement Deal-Gatorade Pulls The Plug

Updated: 12/09/2009 - PURCHASE, N.Y. (AP) - Gatorade is discontinuing its Tiger Woods drink but says it made the decision before the golfer's car accident and the media firestorm surrounding his personal life that followed.

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"As The World Turns" to Stop Turning & End Its Run

Updated: 12/08/2009 - CBS’s daytime drama AS THE WORLD TURNS will broadcast its final episode in September 2010. At the time of its final broadcast, the series will have spanned 54 years and more than 13,000 episodes.

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Obama Proposes Stimulus Package To Create More Jobs

Updated: 12/08/2009 - WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama says staggering job losses mean the country must continue to "spend our way out of this recession" with a round of new incentives for hiring.

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Ohio to Execute Inmate with 1, Slower-Acting, Drug

Posted: 12/06/2009 - Condemned Ohio killer Kenneth Biros could become the first person in the country put to death with one dose of an intravenous anesthetic if his execution proceeds.

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Palin's Book Tour Hits Central Texas

Updated: 12/04/2009 - PLANO, Texas (AP) - Former Alaska governor and GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin's book-signing tour is bringing her to Texas, and includeS a stop at Fort Hood Friday Evening.

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