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Bad Russian Wheat Harvest Boosts US Farmers

Posted: 08/02/2010 - A severe drought destroyed one-fifth of the wheat crop in Russia, one of the world's largest exporters, and now wildfires are sweeping in to finish off some of the fields that remained.

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Gulf Seafood Declared Safe; Fishermen Not So Sure

Posted: 08/02/2010 - Seafood from some parts of the oil-fouled Gulf of Mexico has been declared safe to eat by the government, based in part on human smell tests. But even some Gulf fishermen are questioning whether the fish and shrimp are OK to feed to their own families.

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Masked Robbers Steal Millions in Armored Vehicle Heist

Posted: 08/02/2010 - Four armed bandits clad from head to toe in black overpowered two workers at an ATM-servicing business Monday, then used an armored vehicle to haul away possibly millions of dollars in a well-orchestrated heist.

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AP IMPACT: New ID Theft Targets Kids' SS Numbers

Posted: 08/02/2010 - The latest form of identity theft doesn't depend on stealing your Social Security number. Now thieves are targeting your kid's number long before the little one even has a bank account.

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Obama: US Commitment in Iraq is Shifting

Updated: 08/02/2010 - President Barack Obama declared Monday that the Iraq war was nearing an end "as promised and on schedule," touting what he called a success of his administration though it comes amid persistent instability and uncertainty in Iraq.

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Twitter Down for Hours of 'Planned Maintenance'

Posted: 08/01/2010 - The microblogging site Twitter Inc. was out of commission for a couple of hours early Sunday for some of the roughly 100 million users around the world.

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After 378 Years, NH Family Farm Goes Up for Sale

Posted: 08/01/2010 - In 1632, John Tuttle arrived from England to a settlement near the Maine-New Hampshire border, using a small land grant from King Charles I to start a farm.

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Hacker Builds $1,500 Cell-Phone Tapping Device

Updated: 07/31/2010 - A computer security researcher says he has built a device for just $1,500 that can intercept some kinds of cell phone calls and record everything that's said.

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Oil Spill Mars UC Berkeley's BP-Funded Research

Posted: 07/31/2010 - BP's catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is fueling opposition to the University of California, Berkeley's research partnership with the British company.

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Crowd on VIP Alert at Site of Clinton's NY Wedding

Posted: 07/31/2010 - Chelsea Clinton was poised to marry her longtime boyfriend at an exclusive estate along New York's Hudson River after weeks of secrecy and buildup that had celebrity watchers flocking to the small village for the Saturday evening nuptials.

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Al Gore Cleared of Sex Charges

Posted: 07/30/2010 - Former Vice President Al Gore was cleared Friday of allegations he groped and assaulted a masseuse in a luxury Portland hotel room in 2006, closing a case that could have tarnished the Nobel prize winner's reputation.

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Obama Hails Auto Bailout as Good News in Michigan

Posted: 07/30/2010 - President Barack Obama on Friday heralded the recent turnaround for U.S. automakers, arguing that thousands of jobs and increased production vindicate his unpopular decision to bailout the industry.

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Incoming BP CEO: Time to Scale Back Spill Cleanup

Updated: 07/30/2010 - BP's incoming CEO said Friday that it's time for a "scaleback" of the massive effort to clean up the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, but stressed the commitment to make things right is the same as ever.

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In Rhinebeck with Chelsea: Rocky Horror, Cows

Posted: 07/30/2010 - If some of Chelsea Clinton's wedding guests want to make a weekend of it in Rhinebeck, there's a stage production of "The Rocky Horror Show" on the boards Saturday night and Sunday.

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July Deadliest Month of Afghan War for US

Posted: 07/30/2010 - NATO announced Friday that six more U.S. troops have died in Afghanistan, bringing the death toll for July to at least 66 and surpassing the previous month's record as the deadliest for American forces in the nearly 9-year-old war.

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Dozens Arrested in Protests of AZ Immigration Law

Posted: 07/29/2010 - Opponents of Arizona's immigration crackdown went ahead with protests Thursday despite a judge's ruling that delayed enforcement of most the law, and dozens of people in Phoenix were arrested after peacefully confronting officers in riot gear.

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Ethics Panel Accuses Rangel of 13 Violations

Posted: 07/29/2010 - A House investigatory panel is alleging 13 violations of congressional ethics and federal law statutes by veteran New York Rep. Charles Rangel.

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As Many as 6600 Arlington Graves Mixed Up

Posted: 07/29/2010 - Estimates of the number of graves potentially affected by mix-ups at Arlington National Cemetery grew to as many as 6,600 on Thursday, as the cemetery's former superintendent blamed his staff and a lack of resources for the scandal that forced his ouster.

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Ousted USDA Employee Plans to Sue Blogger

Posted: 07/29/2010 - Ousted Agriculture Department employee Shirley Sherrod said Thursday she will sue a conservative blogger who posted a video edited in a way that made her appear racist.

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AZ Prepares Appeal of Immigration Law Ruling

Posted: 07/29/2010 - Arizona is preparing to ask an appeals court to lift a judge's ruling that put most of the state's immigration law on hold in a key first-round victory for the federal government in a fight that may go to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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