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Gingrich Campaign Fundraisers Quit

Updated: 06/21/2011 - Newt Gingrich's top two fundraising advisers resigned on Tuesday, and officials said the Republican candidate's hobbling presidential campaign carried more than $1 million in debt.

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Two Rangers Killed Battling Florida Wildfire

Posted: 06/21/2011 - Two Florida forest rangers were killed when a small, smoldering wildfire flared up and trapped them, state officials said Tuesday. Two comrades trying to rescue them also were injured.

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Kerry, McCain Push Libya Resolution

Posted: 06/21/2011 - Two top senators on Tuesday unveiled a resolution giving President Barack Obama limited authority in the three-month-old war against Libya, warning that the drastic step of cutting off funds for the military operation would be a lifeline to a weakened Moammar Gadhafi.

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Anthony Jury Back in Courtroom After 1-Day Delay

Updated: 06/21/2011 - A forensic botanist testified Tuesday that 2-year-old Caylee Anthony's remains could have been in the woods for as little as two weeks when they were discovered in December 2008, a much shorter time period than prosecutors allege.

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Glitch in Obama's Health Care Law

Posted: 06/21/2011 - Government number-crunchers say President Barack Obama's health care law would let several million middle-class people get nearly free coverage by making them eligible for the Medicaid program for the poor.

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Lawsuit: Wal-Mart Needs to Press Harder on Advancing Women

Updated: 06/20/2011 - Wal-Mart scored a victory on Monday when the Supreme Court threw out the largest sex-discrimination case in U.S. history. Still, the nation's biggest private employer has been forced to address the issues raised in the suit.

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Anthony Trial Recesses After Attorneys' Dispute

Updated: 06/20/2011 - Fed up with the constant bickering and legal posturing, the judge in the Casey Anthony murder trial scolded prosecutors and defense attorneys Monday, warning them they may face punishment when the trial concludes. Then, the judge abruptly canceled proceedings for the day to give both sides time to work out their differences.

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Officials Tally Damage in Southern Arizona Blaze

Updated: 06/20/2011 - Authorities in southern Arizona on Monday were going through neighborhoods to tally the damage from a wildfire that was pushed by fierce winds into a heavily-populated area, burning homes and businesses.

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NY Senate Stuck on Gay Marriage as Rallies Grow

Updated: 06/20/2011 - Hundreds of protesters for and against gay marriage in New York chanted, sang and sought out TV cameras Monday while the state Senate again came to no resolution on the issue in a closed-door session that barely touched on the nationally divisive topic.

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Frontier Forces Quadriplegic Man Off Plane

Updated: 06/20/2011 - A quadriplegic Colorado man says he was humiliated after he was forced off a Frontier Airlines plane because a pilot said it wasn't safe for him to fly.

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Lighter Winds Expected at S. Arizona Wildfire

Posted: 06/20/2011 - Lighter winds should give firefighters in southern Arizona a break Monday after a weekend in which thousands of residents fled their homes as powerful winds pushed the flames across roads and containment lines and toward populated areas.

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Supreme Court Limits Wal-Mart Sex Bias Case

Updated: 06/20/2011 - The Supreme Court has ruled for Wal-Mart in its fight to block a massive sex discrimination lawsuit on behalf of women who work there.

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NATO Admits Airstrike Astray in Libya; 9 Dead

Updated: 06/20/2011 - TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) - Libya's government said NATO warplanes struck a residential neighborhood in the capital Sunday and killed nine civilians, including two children. Hours later, NATO confirmed one of its airstrikes went astray.

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Crews Searching Yosemite for Missing Hiker

Posted: 06/19/2011 - YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. (AP) - Rescue crews are searching a section of Yosemite National Park for a Southern alifornia man who went out on a day hike and never came back.

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Giffords Visiting Hometown This Weekend

Posted: 06/17/2011 - Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was back in her hometown Friday, visiting Tucson for Father's Day weekend in her first time back to her hometown since she was shot in January.

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Bunk Beds Recalled After Child's Death

Posted: 06/17/2011 - About 30,000 bunk beds have been recalled because of the threat of children becoming entrapped in the bed, a federal consumer agency said Thursday. A 3-year-old Iowa boy died after such a mishap in March 2010.

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Albuquerque Officer Tweeted About Pistol Whippings

Posted: 06/17/2011 - An Albuquerque, N.M., police officer who avoided disciplinary action for making comments about killing people on MySpace is now being investigated for sending tweets about pistol whippings and Muslims.

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Bug Expert Testifies in Casey Anthony Trial

Updated: 06/17/2011 - A defense bug expert testified Friday in the murder trial of Casey Anthony that he would expect to find at least hundreds of flies and a distinct human decomposition fluid stain around a dead body left in a car trunk.

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Hecklers Disrupt Weiner's Somber Resignation in NY

Updated: 06/17/2011 - Nearly three weeks after Rep. Anthony Weiner accidentally tweeted a photo of his bulging crotch, his final act as congressman was to attempt to resign with dignity.

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