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Obama's Aunt Says US Obligated to Make Her a Citizen

Posted: 09/21/2010 - President Barack Obama's aunt, who lived for years illegally in Boston before being granted asylum in May, said the United States has an "obligation" to grant her citizenship.

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Woman Burned in Acid Hoax Charged With Theft

Posted: 09/21/2010 - A prosecutor in the case of a Washington state woman who falsely claimed a stranger had thrown acid in her face says the decision to charge her with theft was an easy one.

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Senate Repeal of Military Gay Rule Falters

Posted: 09/21/2010 - A Senate bill to repeal the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy appeared headed for defeat Tuesday, a major setback for gay groups that saw the vote as their last chance this year to overturn the 17-year-old ban.

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Obama To Award Medal Of Honor

Updated: 09/21/2010 - An airman killed in Laos in 1968 will be honored Tuesday with the nation's highest military award for valor.

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Suspect In NC Woman's Slaying Due In NY Court

Updated: 09/21/2010 - The man accused of killing a North Carolina police chief's daughter is expected in an upstate New York courtroom where he will be arraigned as a fugitive from justice.

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Murder, New Charges in Serial Stabbings

Posted: 09/20/2010 - A man suspected in a series of stabbings in Michigan and two other states has been charged with murder and four new counts of attempted murder, a prosecutor announced Monday.

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Gulf Oil Well is Dead, But Pain Will Remain

Posted: 09/20/2010 - The well that spewed millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico is finally dead, but residents will be feeling the pain for years to come.

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Economic Panel Says Recession Ended in 2009

Updated: 09/20/2010 - The longest recession the country has endured since the Great Depression ended in June 2009, a group that dates the beginning and end of recessions declared Monday.

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FDA Considers Approval of Modified Salmon

Updated: 09/20/2010 - Federal food regulators pondered Monday whether to say, for the first time, that it's OK to market a genetically engineered animal as safe for people to eat.

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Recession Pain Still Real, Despite End, Obama Says

Updated: 09/20/2010 - President Barack Obama said Monday he doesn't care that the Great Recession has been declared over by a group of economists. For the millions of people who are out of work or otherwise struggling, he said, "it's still very real for them."

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Engineers: 1 More Pressure Test Needed on BP Well

Posted: 09/18/2010 - Crews working to seal BP's blown-out well in the Gulf of Mexico once and for all need to finish one more pressure test on a cement plug before declaring the well permanently dead, officials said Saturday.

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Murkowski Mounts Write-In Bid for Senate

Posted: 09/18/2010 - In the weeks following her defeat in the GOP primary, U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski went back and forth over whether to re-enter the race as a write-in candidate or accept life outside Washington and a role other than Alaska's senior senator.

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Weather Officials Confirm NYC Tornadoes

Posted: 09/17/2010 - The storm that churned through New York City spawned two destructive tornadoes and a fierce macroburst with wind speeds up to 125 mph that barreled across a large swath of Brooklyn and Queens, authorities said Friday.

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Gulf Oil Well Almost Plugged for Good

Updated: 09/17/2010 - After five months, the oil well that had spewed millions of gallons into the Gulf of Mexico is on the verge of being plugged once and for all.

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Consumer Prices Rise 0.3% in August

Posted: 09/17/2010 - Consumer prices posted a small rise in August, but outside of a big jump in volatile gasoline prices, inflation was essentially flat.

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Police Shoot Gunman on Capitol Hill

Posted: 09/17/2010 - Officers in Washington shot and wounded a man who pointed a handgun at them early Friday blocks away from the U.S. Capitol.

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Holloway's Mom Confronted Van der Sloot in Jail

Posted: 09/17/2010 - The mother of an Alabama teen who vanished in Aruba in 2005 entered a Peruvian jail and talked directly with the Dutchman suspected in her daughter's disappearance, her attorney said Friday.

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