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NTSB: Southwest Jet Had Pre-Existing Fatigue

Updated: 04/03/2011 - Federal records show cracks were found and repaired a year ago in the frame of the Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-300 that made an emergency landing at an Arizona military base after a hole was torn from the passenger cabin.

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Government Appeals Judge's Health Care Ruling

Posted: 04/03/2011 - The federal health care overhaul's core requirement to make virtually all citizens buy health insurance or face tax penalties is constitutional because Congress has the authority to regulate interstate business, the Justice Department said in its appeal of a ruling that struck down the Obama administration's signature legislation.

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Hormel Recalls Turkey Burgers

Updated: 04/03/2011 - Hormel has issued a recall of Jennie-O Turkey Store All Natural Lean White Meat Turkey Burgers sold exclusively at Sam's Club Stores.

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Obama Set to Launch Re-Election Bid

Updated: 04/03/2011 - President Barack Obama is about to make one of Washington's worst-kept secrets official: He wants a second term.

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Fuselage Hole Forces Southwest Emergency Landing

Updated: 04/02/2011 - A "gunshot-like sound" woke Brenda Reese as her Southwest Airlines flight cruised at 36,000 feet. Looking up, she could see the sky through a hole torn in the cabin roof.

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Sudden Drop in Pressure Forces Emergency Landing

Posted: 04/01/2011 - Federal officials said a "fuselage rupture" forced a Southwest Airlines flight to make an emergency landing Friday in the Arizona desert city of Yuma, and passengers described a large hole at the top of the plane.

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Toyota Wins NY Case Over Unintended Acceleration

Posted: 04/01/2011 - A federal jury found Friday that Toyota Motor Corp. isn't responsible for a 2005 crash that the driver blamed on the floor mat or the electronic throttle, in the first case to go to trial since automaker recalled millions of its vehicles.

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Tucson Shooting Victim Honored With 9/11 Memory

Posted: 04/01/2011 - You think of Christina-Taylor Green when you see the patch of dirt where she scooped grounders at second base in Canyon del Oro Little League. You think of the youngest victim of the Tucson shootings when you see the batter's box where she knocked line drives.

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Nissan Closes 5 North American Plants in April

Posted: 04/01/2011 - Nissan Americas is closing five North American plants for several days this month because of supply disruptions stemming from the earthquake in Japan.

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US Ending its Air Combat Role in Libya

Updated: 04/01/2011 - The Pentagon is about to pull its attack planes out of the international air campaign in Libya, hoping NATO partners can take up the slack.

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Reid: Spending Compromise Won't Include EPA Blocks

Posted: 04/01/2011 - The Democratic leader of the Senate vows that any compromise on a government-wide spending bill won't include any GOP proposals blocking the Environmental Protection Agency from enforcing new regulations on greenhouse gases.

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Boehner Signals Compromise in Budget Talks

Posted: 03/31/2011 - Despite fresh pressure from tea party conservatives, House Speaker John Boehner said Thursday that Republicans "can't impose our will" on the White House and Senate Democrats on legislation to cut tens of billions of dollars in federal spending.

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Judge Halts Wisconsin Governor's Labor Law

Posted: 03/31/2011 - A Wisconsin judge on Thursday did what thousands of pro-union protesters and boycotting Democratic lawmakers couldn't, halting Republican Gov. Scott Walker's plans - at least temporarily - to cut most public workers' pay and strip them of most of their union rights.

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Traffic Deaths Fall to Lowest Level Since 1949

Posted: 03/31/2011 - Highway deaths have plummeted to their lowest levels in more than 60 years, helped by more people wearing seat belts, better safety equipment in cars and efforts to curb drunken driving.

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NY Boy, 12, Charged With Hate Crime on Muslim

Updated: 03/31/2011 - A 12-year-old boy accused of trying to rip the head scarf off a Muslim classmate during recess has been charged in New York City with a hate crime.

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Murder Charges Filed in Daycare Fire

Posted: 03/30/2011 - The operator of a Houston home day care center was charged with murder Wednesday in the deaths of four children in a fire last month that also injured three other children.

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Ohio House to Vote on Collective Bargaining Limits

Posted: 03/30/2011 - Debate on a bill to curtail collective bargaining for Ohio public workers has gotten under way with shouts and laughter from opponents and the House speaker threatening to clear the chamber's balcony.

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Suit: Marc Jacobs Leader Had Worker Pole-Dance

Updated: 03/30/2011 - A former executive says fashion star Marc Jacobs' longtime business partner made a store worker do a pole dance and otherwise made the New York-based design house a "sexually charged workplace."

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Ohio House OKs Collective Bargaining Limits

Posted: 03/30/2011 - Labor stronghold Ohio assumed center stage Wednesday in the battle over collective bargaining rights for public workers as the state Legislature was poised to send to the governor a bill that was in some ways tougher than that seen in Wisconsin.

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