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Boehner Makes Budget Case at Religious Convention

Posted: 02/27/2011 - House Speaker John Boehner is making his case to religious broadcasters Sunday for $4 billion in "reasonable spending cuts" that are part of the Republican plan to prevent a shutdown of the federal government.

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Gingrich Closer to Presidential Run

Updated: 02/27/2011 - Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich intends to take a formal step toward entering the 2012 presidential race within the next two weeks, Republican officials said Sunday, after months spent traveling to important primary and caucus states.

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Water Managers Brace for More Dry Times

Posted: 02/27/2011 - His boots dusty from walking along the banks of the Rio Grande, Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Michael Connor scanned the water's edge and watched a flush of ducks pass before listening to a detailed explanation of the recent work that went into revitalizing this stretch of river in central New Mexico.

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Calif. Pot Dispensaries Run Afoul of Taxman

Posted: 02/27/2011 - In Northern California, few cities have worked as long or as hard as Berkeley and Oakland to nudge medical marijuana into the mainstream.

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Daytona Beach is Tops in W.Va. Water Contest

Posted: 02/27/2011 - Daytona Beach, Fla., doesn't just put on a great race. An international judging panel says it has the world's best municipal tap water, too.

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US Citizen Recalls 'Humiliating' Post-9/11 Arrest

Posted: 02/27/2011 - Handcuffed and marched through Washington's Dulles International Airport in his Muslim clothing, the man with the long, dark beard could only imagine what people were thinking.

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Rallies Support Fight Against Wis. Anti-Union Bill

Posted: 02/27/2011 - Protesters are turning out nationwide to support teachers, firefighters and other public workers holding steady at the Wisconsin Capitol in their fight against legislation aimed at weakening unions.

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Clinton: US Ready to Aid to Libyan Opposition

Posted: 02/27/2011 - The Obama administration stands ready to offer "any type of assistance" to Libyans seeking to oust Moammar Gadhafi, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Sunday, adding a warning to other African nations not to let mercenaries go to the aid of the long-time dictator.

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Wash. Couple Rescued After 4 Days Trapped in Snow

Posted: 02/26/2011 - John and Patricia Norvell kept thinking someone would come help them as they sat trapped for four days on a secluded, forest road near Mount St. Helens with only jelly beans to eat and snow for water.

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Protesters Across US Decry Wis. Anti-Union Efforts

Posted: 02/26/2011 - Rallies were held across the country Saturday to support thousands of protesters holding steady at the Wisconsin Capitol in their fight against Republican-backed legislation aimed at weakening unions.

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Volunteers Help Wis. Protesters Keep Up the Fight

Posted: 02/26/2011 - Harriet Rowan was among the first to join what has become an almost two-week-long rally at the Wisconsin Capitol, and she said with the arrival of thousands of others, confusion, misinformation and rumors quickly spread.

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CIA Employee In Pakistani Court Saturday

Posted: 02/25/2011 - An American detained for visa violations in northwest Pakistan is a contractor who had worked on a U.S.-funded construction project in the region, a security official said Saturday.

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EU Liquids Plan Flawed, US Airport Officials Say

Posted: 02/25/2011 - U.S. airport officials say they worry that a European Union plan to partially lift a ban on passengers carrying liquids onto planes will create a security gap and may confuse passengers traveling to the United States.

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As Madison Impasse Continues, Schools Eye Layoffs

Updated: 02/25/2011 - Wisconsin school districts are warning teachers, each one on the payroll in some cases, that their contracts might not be renewed as Gov. Scott Walker's plan to cut nearly all public employees' collective bargaining rights remains in limbo.

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Jogging Strollers Recalled Due to Strangulation Risk

Updated: 02/24/2011 - B.O.B. Trailers Inc., of Boise, Idaho is recalling about 337,000 single and double strollers in the United States and about 20,000 in Canada. A drawstring on the stroller can get wrapped around a child's neck, posing a strangulation hazard.

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Air Force Awards $35B Tanker Contract to Boeing

Posted: 02/24/2011 - Capping a decade of delays and embarrassing missteps, the Air Force on Thursday awarded one of the biggest defense contracts ever - a $35 billion deal to build nearly 200 giant airborne refueling tankers - to Chicago-based Boeing Co. over European Aeronautic Defence and Space Co.

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