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Case Of Mayor's Money Puts NY Party In Costly Spot

Posted: 03/13/2011 - New York state's Independence Party bills itself as blasting a straightforward new path through two-party politics, a route for free thinkers more interested in problem-solving than political intrigue. But now the state's third-largest party is increasingly embroiled in high-stakes intrigue of its own.

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200 Bodies Found in Japan

Updated: 03/13/2011 - Police say they have found another 200 bodies in quake-hit coastal areas in northern Japan.

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Earthquake in Japan Upgraded

Updated: 03/12/2011 - Japan's Meteorological Agency says it has upgraded the magnitude of Friday's catastrophic earthquake to 9.0.

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NY Police Interview Driver in Fatal Bus Crash; 14 Dead

Posted: 03/12/2011 - A tour bus returning from a casino at daybreak Saturday scraped along a guard rail, tipped on its side and slammed into a pole that sheared it nearly end to end, leaving a jumble of bodies and twisted metal along Interstate 95. Fourteen passengers were killed.

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Wis. Labor Protesters Say They're Not Backing Down

Updated: 03/12/2011 - Thousands of pro-labor protesters undeterred by the success of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's plan to cut public workers' collective bargaining rights marched at the state's Capitol on Saturday, vowing to refocus their fight on future elections.

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Florida Loses Billions for High-Speed Trains

Posted: 03/11/2011 - The Obama administration has taken back the $2.4 billion allocated to Florida for high-speed trains and is inviting other states to apply for the money, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said Friday.

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Tsunami Swamps Hawaii Beaches, Brushes West Coast

Updated: 03/11/2011 - Tsunami waves swamped Hawaii beaches and brushed the U.S. western coast Friday but didn't immediately cause major damage after devastating Japan and sparking evacuations throughout the Pacific.

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Tsunami Barrels Toward Hawaii, US Western Coast

Updated: 03/11/2011 - A tsunami spawned by a massive earthquake in Japan raced across the Pacific Ocean early Friday, pushing tourists to the upper levels of high-rise hotels in Hawaii and threatening to swamp low-lying areas of the U.S. western coast.

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Source: Giffords to Attend Husband's Shuttle Launch

Updated: 03/10/2011 - A person with direct knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press that U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords will attend the launch of her husband's space shuttle in April.

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GM CFO Resigns Unexpectedly

Posted: 03/10/2011 - The chief financial officer who guided General Motors Co. to its first profitable year since 2004 and led its successful return to the stock market is leaving after being passed over for the top job.

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Wisconsin GOP Set to Strip Bargaining Rights

Posted: 03/10/2011 - The standoff over union rights that rocked Wisconsin and the nation for weeks headed for a swift end Thursday, as Republican lawmakers were set to strip nearly all collective bargaining rights from the state's public workers and deliver one of the strongest blows to the power of unions in years.

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Wet Northeast Watches Sky, Worries About Floods

Posted: 03/10/2011 - Residents of the Northeast nervously watched rising waterways Thursday as heavy rain swelled creeks and rivers, damaged houses, detoured commuters and forced a school to close in Ohio.

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Last WWI Vet to Be Buried at Arlington Service

Posted: 03/10/2011 - The body of the West Virginia soldier who outlived every other American who served in World War I will be buried Tuesday at Arlington National Cemetery, a family spokesman said Thursday.

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Woman Charged in Baby's Decapitation

Posted: 03/10/2011 - A 25-year-old woman has been arrested for investigation of first-degree murder in the death of a baby boy born prematurely and found decapitated, Centralia police say.

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