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Former "Time" Journalist to be Obama Press Secretary

Updated: 01/27/2011 - Jay Carney, who built a career covering politics and presidents before joining the White House himself, on Thursday became President Barack Obama's choice as his next press secretary and chief defender. A broad, weeks-long shakeup of the administration settled into place as Obama sought to rejuvenate and reshape his staff for the rest of his term.

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Sister Called from Missing NY Prostitute's Phone

Posted: 01/27/2011 - The teenage sister of one of four prostitutes found slain on Long Island received a half-dozen calls from the victim's cell phone in the six weeks after she disappeared in 2009, her family said Thursday.

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Potential Scams Top 7,000 in BP Spill Compensation

Updated: 01/27/2011 - The administrator of a $20 billion fund responsible for compensating victims of BP's Gulf of Mexico oil spill says he has received more than 7,000 potentially fraudulent claims.

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Unmarked Graves Found at Veteran Cemetery in Mississippi

Updated: 01/27/2011 - Authorities said Thursday they fear dozens of veterans could lie in unmarked graves at a Mississippi military cemetery after they found two unidentified coffins and used radar to detect other possible plots.

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Senate Leaders Reach Agreement on Filibusters

Posted: 01/27/2011 - Senate leaders say they have agreed to steps to limit use of some filibusters, allow more amendments and take other steps to reduce partisan tactics that often slow business to a crawl.

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Giffords Ready to Start Full Rehab

Posted: 01/26/2011 - Rep. Gabrielle Giffords on Wednesday left intensive care for the first time since she was shot in the head in Arizona more than two weeks ago, the latest big step in the long road to recovery.

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Report: Suspect Did Research Before AZ Shootings

Updated: 01/27/2011 - A man accused in the deadly Tucson shooting rampage reportedly researched lethal injections, solitary confinement and political assassinations in the days before the attack.

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Color-Coded Terror Warnings Going Away

Posted: 01/26/2011 - By the end of April, terror threats to the U.S. will no longer be described in shades of green, blue, yellow, orange and red, The Associated Press has learned.

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Gov't Official Says Future Bailouts not Necessary

Posted: 01/26/2011 - A Treasury Department official said Wednesday that the financial regulatory law enacted last summer will help the government avoid future bailouts, deflecting criticism that those risks have grown since the financial crisis.

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Taco Bell Fires Back on its "Beef"

Posted: 01/26/2011 - Taco Bell officials on Tuesday rejected claims made in a lawsuit that the meat in their tacos, burritos and other products is not all beef.

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Giffords Moving to Rehab Hospital

Updated: 01/26/2011 - Rep. Gabrielle Giffords will be moved to a rehabilation facility Wednesday morning after doctors upgraded her condition from serious to good, said the Houston hospital overseeing the Arizona congresswoman's recovery.

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Toyota Recalls Lexus IS, GS

Updated: 01/25/2011 - Toyota is recalling nearly 1.7 million vehicles worldwide for various defects that may cause fuel leakage and other problems - the latest in quality control woes for the Japanese automaker.

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Obama State of the Union: Spending, But Restraint

Updated: 01/26/2011 - Trying to lift the nation and his own political fortunes, President Barack Obama on Tuesday sought to promote a jobs agenda blending concentrated spending and a fresh bid to control the country's staggering debt.

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Not Quite a Streetcar on Desire, but Close

Posted: 01/25/2011 - New Orleans plans to spend up to $90 million to build streetcar lines downriver from the French Quarter, a working-class and Creole side of the Big Easy immortalized by Tennessee Williams and Marlon Brando in "A Streetcar Named Desire."

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Reid Dismisses Obama's Call for Ban on Earmarks

Posted: 01/25/2011 - Barack Obama's top ally in the Senate is rejecting the president's call for a ban on the practice of stuffing home state projects known as earmarks into spending bill.

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Underwear Bomb Suspect's Trial Set for October

Posted: 01/25/2011 - A Nigerian man charged with trying to blow up a crowded Detroit-bound airliner on Christmas Day, 2009, with a bomb hidden in his underwear will go to trial Oct. 3, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.

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House GOP to Endorse Pre-Obama Spending Levels

Updated: 01/25/2011 - Moving to keep a campaign promise to slash the federal budget, Republicans controlling the House Tuesday went on record to return most domestic agencies to 2008 budget levels in place before President Barack Obama took office.

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Gunman ID'd in Walmart Shootout

Posted: 01/24/2011 - Investigators face a difficult puzzle to piece together as they work to determine why a Utah man bolted and began shooting at sheriff's deputies in a Walmart parking lot, leading to a gunfight that left him and a young woman dead and two deputies wounded.

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Nevada State Fair in Financial Trouble

Posted: 01/24/2011 - The Nevada State Fair has been around since 1874, but its future is now up in the air. Organizers say it's facing serious financial troubles and unless something is done, there may not be a state fair this year.

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