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Obama Welcomes Indictment in Hariri Case

Posted: 01/17/2011 - President Barack Obama says he welcomes the first indictment in the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri (rah-FEEK' hah-REER'-ee).

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Philly Police Announce Arrest in Stranglings Case

Posted: 01/17/2011 - Philadelphia police have announced the arrest of a man they say has been linked by DNA to the strangling deaths of three women in the city's high-crime Kensington section.

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Wall Street Exec, Author Gordon Murray Dies At 60

Posted: 01/17/2011 - Former Wall Street financial executive Gordon Murray, who co-authored the best-selling "The Investment Answer" after ceasing treatment for terminal brain cancer, has died. He was 60.

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Apple CEO Steve Jobs Takes Medical Leave

Posted: 01/17/2011 - Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs, the charismatic frontman for the company that overturned the smart phone industry and invented a new category of tablet computers, is taking a second medical leave of absence in two years.

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Giffords Smiles and Gives Husband Back Rub

Posted: 01/17/2011 - The husband of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has told doctors and an interviewer that his wife has improved so much that she has been able to smile and give him a back rub from her hospital bed.

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Sargent Shriver Hospitalized in Suburban DC

Posted: 01/16/2011 - A medical center spokeswoman has confirmed that former Peace Corps director and vice-presidential nominee R. Sargent Shriver has been hospitalized outside Washington.

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Rep. Gabrielle Giffords Condition Improves

Updated: 01/17/2011 - In yet another sign of significant recovery during a remarkable week, the gravely wounded U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was upgraded from critical to serious condition Sunday after a procedure to remove her from a ventilator was successful.

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Weekend Storm Threatens Flooding in Wash., Oregon

Posted: 01/16/2011 - A Pacific storm sweeping through the Northwest has brought heavy rain to Washington state and Oregon, causing multiple landslides that shut down roads across the region.

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Security Breach Closes NJ Airport Checkpoint

Posted: 01/16/2011 - A security checkpoint at New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport has been briefly shut down because a prohibited item was found in a bag.

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House Panel Wants Homeland Security Documents

Posted: 01/16/2011 - A House committee has asked the Homeland Security Department to provide documents about an agency policy that required political appointees to review many Freedom of Information Act requests before the records were released, according to a letter obtained Sunday by The Associated Press.

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Dollar Loan Center Owner Arrested

Posted: 01/16/2011 - Charles Brennan, founder and owner of nearly 50 Dollar Loan Center stores in Nevada, Utah and South Dakota, has been arrested in a prostitution sting in St. George.

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Ariz. Tea Party Leader Talks About Alleged Threat

Posted: 01/16/2011 - The co-founder of the Tucson Tea Party is worried about the threats he is receiving, including the remark he says a shooting victim made to him at a televised town hall meeting.

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Arizona Shooting Victim Arrested After Threat

Posted: 01/15/2011 - One of the Arizona shooting victims was arrested Saturday and then taken for a psychiatric evaluation after authorities said he took a picture of a tea party leader at televised town hall meeting and yelled: "you're dead."

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Some Rustled Oregon Cattle Back in the Fold

Posted: 01/15/2011 - There's a new wrinkle in the story about rustlers plaguing ranchers in the remote high-desert region where Oregon, Idaho and Nevada come together - some of the cows are coming home.

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Son Suggests Reagan Had Alzheimer's as President

Posted: 01/15/2011 - Ronald Reagan's son suggests in a new book that his father suffered from the beginning stages of Alzheimer's disease while he was still in the White House.

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FBI: Idaho Triple-Murder Suspect Still in Mexico

Posted: 01/15/2011 - Idaho officials say it could be at least two years before authorities in Mexico deliver a man who was once on the FBI's list of most-wanted fugitives and has been accused of a triple-murder in the state.

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Obama Ready to Work With Both Parties

Posted: 01/15/2011 - President Barack Obama says he's ready to work with lawmakers in both parties in a "spirit of common cause" to address major issues as Congress gets back to business after the Arizona shooting that brought legislative debate to a virtual standstill.

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