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Missouri Death Toll at 132; Funerals Begin

Posted: 05/27/2011 - Friends and family paid tribute to victims of the Joplin tornado on Friday, beginning the grim task of burying the dead as officials said the savage storm's death toll had risen to 132 people.

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Paraplegic Skier Killed

Posted: 05/27/2011 - Colorado authorities say a paraplegic skier was killed after taking a hard fall at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area.

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Tucson Shooting Suspect Departs AZ for Missouri

Updated: 05/27/2011 - The suspect in a deadly Tucson shooting rampage was flown from Arizona to a Missouri prison facility where mental health experts will try to make him psychologically fit to stand trial.

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BLM Asked to Keep Domestic Horses from Mustangs

Updated: 05/27/2011 - Concerned about the threat of a catastrophic outbreak of a herpes virus among wild horse herds in the West, national animal advocates on Thursday called on the federal government to keep potentially infected domestic horses away from mustangs and burros on public lands.

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White House Unveils Plans to Curb Regulations

Posted: 05/26/2011 - Oil spill prevention requirements will no longer apply to spilled milk. Gasoline pumps wouldn't need devices for trapping vapor pollutants, and there would be fewer bureaucratic hurdles for doctors who want to dispense medical advice to a distant patient.

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House Passes $690 Billion Defense Bill

Posted: 05/26/2011 - The House has passed a $690 billion defense bill that limits President Barack Obama's authority on reducing nuclear weapons and deciding what to do with terrorist suspects.

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Unemployment Benefit Applications Up

Updated: 05/26/2011 - More people applied for unemployment benefits last week, the first increase in three weeks and evidence that the job market is still sluggish.

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Joplin Tornado Death Toll Rises to 125

Posted: 05/25/2011 - Rescuers refused to be deterred from their efforts to find survivors beneath Joplin's jagged piles of tornado rubble, even as the death toll rose Wednesday to 125.

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Judge: Arizona Shooting Suspect Loughner Mentally Incompetent

Updated: 05/26/2011 - The man accused of wounding Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and killing six in a shooting rampage in Arizona is mentally incompetent to stand trial, a judge ruled Wednesday after two deputy U.S. marshals dragged the man out of the courtroom because of an angry outburst.

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Former Street Preacher Gets Life for Kidnap and Rape of Elizabeth Smart

Posted: 05/25/2011 - Nearly nine years after she was abducted at knifepoint from her bed, Elizabeth Smart watched Wednesday without showing any emotion as a federal judge ordered a street preacher to spend the rest of his life in prison for kidnapping and raping her while holding her captive for months.

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John Edwards to be Indicted

Posted: 05/25/2011 - Former Presidential hopeful faced allegations like Nevada Senator John Ensign, that he tried to hide his mistress.

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Elizabeth Smart Kidnapper Set for Sentencing

Posted: 05/25/2011 - Nearly nine years after she was taken at knifepoint, raped and held captive, Elizabeth Smart is set to publicly confront her kidnapper for the first time Wednesday when he is sentenced.

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Official: Storms Killed 4th in Ark.; Toll at 14

Updated: 05/25/2011 - A violent storm system rumbled through the central U.S. on Wednesday, spawning tornadoes that turned homes into splintered wreckage, killing at least 14 people and hampering rescue efforts in a city slammed by a massive twister days earlier.

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Tornado Kills 2 in Suburban Oklahoma City

Posted: 05/24/2011 - Two people were killed Tuesday when a series of tornadoes rolled through Oklahoma City and its suburbs during the rush hour. Three children were in critical condition after the storms hit, and search dogs were called out to search for survivors - or victims - in Canton.

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Violent Storms Kill 7 in Oklahoma, Kansas

Posted: 05/24/2011 - Violent thunderstorms roared across middle America on Tuesday, killing seven people in two states, with several tornadoes touching down in Oklahoma and high winds pounding rural Kansas.

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US Terrorist Links Pakistani ISI to Mumbai Attacks

Posted: 05/24/2011 - An admitted American terrorist who scouted sites where militants went on a deadly three-day rampage in Mumbai in 2008 speaks so softly that at times he's difficult to hear.

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NWS: Missouri Tornado Was Highest-Rated EF5

Updated: 05/24/2011 - The National Weather Service says the tornado that swept through the southwest Missouri town of Joplin was a highest-rated EF5 storm, with winds greater than 200 mph.

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Casey Anthony's Father Disputes Defense Claims

Posted: 05/24/2011 - The father of a Florida mother charged in the death of her 2-year-old daughter is dismissing her defense attorney's allegations that the toddler accidentally drowned in a swimming pool while he was at home.

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Panel: Internet Gambling is Future of Industry

Posted: 05/24/2011 - Internet gambling is the future of the casino industry, whether it's approved at the federal or state level, a panel of online and brick-and-mortar casino executives said Tuesday.

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Royal Welcome for Obamas in Britain

Posted: 05/24/2011 - President Barack Obama immersed himself in the grandeur of Britain's royal family Tuesday, as Queen Elizabeth II welcomed him to Buckingham Palace for the first day of a state visit that kept the president largely out of sight for most of the British public.

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In Florida, Pawlenty Calls for Entitlement Reform

Posted: 05/24/2011 - Republican presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty is calling for fundamental changes in Social Security and other entitlement programs during a visit to senior-rich Florida.

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VW Inaugurates Tenn. Plant Geared to US Market

Posted: 05/24/2011 - Volkswagen is jumping into the U.S. auto market with a new Passat that is bigger, cheaper and built domestically in hopes of breaking into the competitive midsize sedan market.

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Casey Anthony Cries as Trial Starts in Orlando

Updated: 05/24/2011 - A Florida mother charged with killing her 2-year-old daughter began crying Tuesday as a prosecutor described the child's last day at the start of the first-degree murder trial.

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