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1st Amendment Protects Military Funeral Protesters

Updated: 03/02/2011 - The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the First Amendment protects fundamentalist church members who mount anti-gay protests outside military funerals, despite the pain they cause grieving families.

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Int'l Watchdog Warns About Designer Drugs

Updated: 03/02/2011 - A narcotics watchdog is warning that dangerous drugs that may seem safe at first because they're made to dodge bans are being produced more quickly and in greater numbers.

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Calif. Food Supplier Recalls Chicken, Pork Products

Updated: 03/02/2011 - A Northern California food supplier is recalling 64,000 pounds of chicken and pork products because some broccoli in the products was found to be contaminated with listeria.

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2 US Ships Move Closer To Libya, Enter Suez Canal

Posted: 03/02/2011 - Egyptian officials say two U.S. warships have entered the Suez Canal on their way to the Mediterranean, moving closer to the Libyan coast after orders from Defense Secretary Robert Gates.

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Diplomats: NATO, EU Mulling Libyan No-Fly Zone

Posted: 03/02/2011 - Some NATO countries are drawing up contingency plans modeled on the no-fly zones over the Balkans in the 1990s in case the international community decides to impose an air embargo over Libya, diplomats said Wednesday.

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Christina Aguilera Arrested

Posted: 03/01/2011 - Singer Christina Aguilera and her boyfriend have been arrested on suspicion of being drunk in a car that was stopped on a West Hollywood street.

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Assembly Panel To Hear Election Reform Bills

Updated: 03/01/2011 - Political candidates would have to file campaign reports sooner and electronically under election reform bills to be considered by an Assembly committee.

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'Men' Crew To Be Paid; Sheen Calls It 'A Start'

Posted: 03/01/2011 - Warner Bros. Television agreed Monday to pay the crew of "Two and a Half Men" for half of the eight episodes of TV's top-rated comedy that were canceled by producers upset about the off-screen antics of star Charlie Sheen.

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Pro-Gadhafi Forces Try To Retake Strategic City

Updated: 03/01/2011 - Government opponents in rebel-held Zawiya repelled an attempt by forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi to retake the city closest to the capital in six hours of fighting overnight, witnesses said Tuesday.

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Authorities: Man Persuaded Moms to Abuse Kids

Posted: 02/28/2011 - A Michigan man built an online profile posing as a good-looking single dad and caring psychologist and persuaded mothers across the country to sexually assault their children as a form of therapy, then send him the images of the attacks, authorities said Monday.

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West Texas Wildfires Scorch 80,000 Acres; 1 death

Updated: 02/28/2011 - Wildfires sweeping across West Texas destroyed dozens of homes, forced evacuations and closed an interstate after heavy smoke caused a fatal accident Sunday, and winds fueling the fires weren't expected to weaken overnight.

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Wis. Governor Urges Runaway Lawmakers to Return

Posted: 02/28/2011 - Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker called for runaway Democratic lawmakers to return to the state by Tuesday and vote on his bill that would end most collective bargaining rights for public employees or else the state stood to lose out on a refinancing plan that would save 1,500 employees their jobs.

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Crews Contain Spill After Train Derails in Wash.

Posted: 02/27/2011 - A railroad spokesman said Sunday it might take three weeks to remove all debris from the site where a freight train derailed and sideswiped another on the banks of Puget Sound, spilling a small amount of a hazardous chemical.

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Former US Sen. James McClure of Idaho Dies

Posted: 02/27/2011 - Former U.S. Sen. James McClure, who spent six years as chairman of the Energy Committee and fought to keep Idaho's wilderness areas controlled by the state, has died. He was 86.

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Obama Welcomes Governors to White House

Posted: 02/27/2011 - President Barack Obama says a black-tie White House dinner with the nation's governors is a bit like the Oscars: Everyone is dressed up and if someone speaks too long, the band will play him offstage.

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