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Rain, Chill Add to Misery of Tornado Victims

Posted: 05/04/2011 - Rain added to the misery of those in several Southern states trying to salvage what they could from homes badly damaged by deadly twisters, leaving them shivering in unseasonable temperatures in the low 50s.

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Flood Fears Spread South Along the Mississippi

Updated: 05/04/2011 - Flood worries that prompted the U.S. government to blast open a Missouri levee to ease pressure on some towns are rippling down the Mississippi River, leading to more evacuations and unease as the Army Corps of Engineers weighs whether to purposely inundate more land with water.

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Property Records Give New Insights into bin Laden

Updated: 09/07/2011 - The Pakistani who owned the compound that sheltered Osama bin Laden in his final years said he was buying the property for "an uncle," according to the doctor who sold a piece of the land in 2005.

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Reid Falls, Hits Head, Dislocates Shoulder

Updated: 05/04/2011 - An aide to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says the lawmaker dislocated his right shoulder and has a bump over his left eye after he fell on Wednesday.

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House Acts to Cut Funds for Key Part of Health Law

Updated: 05/03/2011 - House Republicans have advanced their effort to dismantle the new health care law piece by piece by voting to disrupt the flow of funding for health insurance exchanges, an integral part of the law's goal of expanding insurance coverage.

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Bin Laden Death Not Changing GOP Hopefuls' Plans

Updated: 05/03/2011 - Republicans hoping to unseat President Barack Obama say they see al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden's death as a welcome development but no reason to change political strategy.

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Reid: Heller Needs to Broaden His Views

Updated: 05/03/2011 - Scheduled to be sworn into the U.S. Senate Monday, Republican Rep. Dean Heller says he intends to work closely with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on issues of importance to Nevada when he enters the U.S. Senate.

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Senate Democrats Eye $4T Budget Savings Plan

Posted: 05/03/2011 - The top Democrat in the Senate on budget matters said Tuesday that he's preparing a fiscal blueprint to slash the deficit by $4 trillion over the upcoming decade - a plan built on the bipartisan findings of President Barack Obama's deficit commission.

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White House: bin Laden Unarmed During Assault

Updated: 09/07/2011 - Osama bin Laden was unarmed when he was confronted by U.S. commandos at his Pakistani hideout but tried to resist the assault, the White House said Tuesday as new details emerged about the audacious raid that killed the world's most wanted terrorist.

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US Holds Photos of Slain bin Laden, Weighs Release

Updated: 09/07/2011 - Bit by bit, new details about the audacious raid that killed the world's most wanted terrorist trickled out Tuesday: Unexpectedly high temperatures caused a lumbering helicopter carrying elite commandos to make a hard landing. A woman killed in the raid is believed to have been the wife of the courier whose trail led to Osama bin Laden.

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Corps Breaks Levee as Water Rising Elsewhere

Updated: 05/03/2011 - After a few short explosions and flashes of orange light, the Mississippi River began pouring through a wide hole in a giant earthen levee intentionally blown open by Army engineers trying to save a small Illinois town.

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Army Corps Breaks Missouri Levee

Posted: 05/02/2011 - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers exploded a large section of a Mississippi River levee Monday in a desperate attempt to protect an Illinois town from rising floodwaters.

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Not Everyone Believes bin Laden Really is Dead

Updated: 09/07/2011 - Knowing there would be disbelievers, the U.S. says it used convincing means to confirm Osama bin Laden's identity during and after the firefight that killed him. But the mystique that surrounded the terrorist chieftain in life is persisting in death.

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Tension as White House Situation Room Watched Raid

Updated: 09/07/2011 - From halfway around the world, President Barack Obama and his national security team monitored the strike on Osama bin Laden's compound in real time, watching and listening to the firefight that killed the terrorist leader.

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US Says bin Laden's Death Does Not End Afghan War

Updated: 09/07/2011 - The U.S. and key allies fighting Taliban-led insurgents in Afghanistan insisted Monday that the death of the al-Qaida leader, who once found shelter there, did not mean a speedy end to the war or a rapid withdrawal of international troops.

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One Unwary Phone Call Led US to bin Laden Doorstep

Updated: 09/07/2011 - When one of Osama bin Laden's most trusted aides picked up the phone last year, he unknowingly led U.S. pursuers to the doorstep of his boss, the world's most wanted terrorist.

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Stocks Mixed Despite bin Laden Death, Earnings

Posted: 05/02/2011 - Stocks lost some of their early gains and turned mixed Monday despite the death of Osama bin Laden, several strong earnings reports and a major drug industry acquisition.

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