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Judge says She'll Approve SC Gov's Divorce

Posted: 02/26/2010 - South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford's divorce will become final next month, just over a year after the first lady discovered his affair with an Argentine woman he later called his soul mate.

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Infatuated Man Kills Wash. Teacher Outside School

Updated: 02/26/2010 - A man apparently infatuated with a special education teacher he knew from college shot and killed her as she walked into her elementary school Friday, shortly before students began arriving.

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Obama may make `living wage' factor in contracts

Posted: 02/25/2010 - Companies that pay workers "living wages" and offer generous benefits could gain an advantage in bidding on government contracts under a new policy the White House is considering.

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VA to Reopen Gulf War Vets' Files

Posted: 02/25/2010 - The Veterans Affairs Department will re-examine the disability claims of what could be thousands of Gulf War veterans suffering from ailments they blame on their war service, the first step toward potentially compensating them nearly two decades after the war ended.

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Maryland Inmate Leaves Prison by Impersonating Cellmate

Posted: 02/25/2010 - An inmate serving three life sentences for attempted murder convictions pretended to be a cellmate who was due for release and walked out of a Baltimore prison, corrections officials said Thursday night.

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Massachussetts DA seeks inquest in '86 Bishop shooting case

Posted: 02/25/2010 - A Massachusetts prosecutor ordered an inquest into Amy Bishop's 1986 fatal shooting of her brother, saying there are new questions about whether it was the accident investigators concluded at the time.

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Ethics Panel Finds Rangel Broke Rules

Posted: 02/25/2010 - Rep. Charles Rangel, the most powerful tax-writing lawmaker in Congress and a 40-year veteran of Capitol Hill, acknowledged Thursday that an ethics panel has accused him of accepting corporate money for Caribbean trips in violation of House rules.

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Concrete Exec Tried Suicide After NYC Conviction

Posted: 02/25/2010 - Newly released court documents show a concrete-testing company president tried to kill himself after being convicted of doctoring results for such iconic New York City buildings as ground zero's centerpiece tower.

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News Channels Quickly Lose Interest in Summit

Posted: 02/25/2010 - Barack Obama has long seem preoccupied with his presidency's dissection by cable TV talk show hosts. With his health care summit, he effectively became one.

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FACT CHECK: Dueling Polls and Dubious Stats

Posted: 02/25/2010 - Beware of politicians quoting poll numbers. That was one lesson from the White House health policy conference Thursday as lawmakers in both parties cherry-picked survey results, ignored contrary findings and presented public opinion, which is highly nuanced on these questions, as a slam-dunk.

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Colorado Gunman Had Grown Increasingly Erratic

Posted: 02/24/2010 - The man accused of wounding two middle school students in a community still haunted by the Columbine massacre had become increasingly erratic in recent weeks, yelling at imaginary friends and complaining that eating macaroni and cheese made too much noise, his father said Wednesday.

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Hummer Faces Shutdown After Chinese Sale Collapses

Posted: 02/24/2010 - Hummer, the off-road vehicle that once symbolized America's love for hulking Sports Utility Vehicles, faces a shutdown after its sale to a Chinese heavy equipment maker collapsed.

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Blame Game Continues in Yellowstone Club Hearings

Posted: 02/24/2010 - A down-on-his-luck billionaire and a banking giant with a soiled name sparred Wednesday in bankruptcy court, each blaming the other for fleecing the ritzy Yellowstone Club of nearly $300 million.

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Vermont Senate Votes to Close Nuke Plant in 2012

Posted: 02/24/2010 - The Vermont Senate voted Wednesday to block the state's only nuclear plant from operating after its license expires in 2012, at least a temporary setback for nuclear power only a week after President Barack Obama announced loan guarantees for building two reactors in Georgia.

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Arson Charge in Famed Philly Music Company Fire

Posted: 02/24/2010 - A man rescued from a fire at a renowned R&B record company had been using a lighter to see inside the building, which he entered while possibly intoxicated, police said Wednesday in charging him with arson.

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NY Governor Suspends Aide Over Violence Claim

Posted: 02/24/2010 - Gov. David Paterson has suspended a close aide and is asking for an investigation by the attorney general after a published report linked the aide to a claim of domestic violence involving a former girlfriend.

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Tea Kettles Recalled Due to Burn Hazard

Posted: 02/24/2010 - About 132,000 Bristol model and Martha Stewart Collection enameled steel tea kettles from Copco and Wild Leaf Tea Co. The handle can come loose, posing a burn hazard to the consumer.

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AP Source: Obama Urges Russia to Help Gain Treaty

Posted: 02/24/2010 - President Barack Obama weighed in Wednesday to try to hasten the conclusion of a new nuclear weapons treaty with Russia, urging President Dmitry Medvedev (dih-MEE'-tree med-VYEH'-dyev) to help accelerate its completion.

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HHS Head Summons Insurers to Discuss Rate Hikes

Posted: 02/24/2010 - Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius asked the heads of five major health insurance companies on Wednesday to meet with her next month to explain why their premiums are on the rise.

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Ex-Officer Charged in Katrina Bridge Killing Probe

Posted: 02/24/2010 - Federal officials are charging a former New Orleans police lieutenant with conspiracy to obstruct justice in an investigation of killings by police officers in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

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Teacher Tackles Gunman Supected in School Shooting

Posted: 02/24/2010 - The gunman was walking through a middle school parking lot and taking shots at students with a hunting rifle as terrified teenagers ran for their lives. He had just wounded two students and seemed ready to unleash more violence when a math teacher named David Benke sprung into action.

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