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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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Emergency Responders Talk About Ariz. Shooting

Posted: 01/15/2011 - Emergency officials who went to the scene of the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 18 others are talking about their response one week after the rampage in Arizona.

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Miss America Celebrates 90th Anniversary in Vegas

Posted: 01/15/2011 - Fifty-three women are vying for the Miss America crown on Saturday night, an honor that carries with it a $50,000 scholarship and a yearlong run as an idol to many young girls throughout the country.

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California Custody Battle Sparks Overseas Outrage

Posted: 01/15/2011 - When a Serbian man in California gave his work computer to an office technician last July, it prompted a chain of events that has stripped him and his wife of their kids and sparked fury in his home country at the state's child protective services system.

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DOJ Opposes Abrupt End To 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

Posted: 01/14/2011 - Lawyers for the U.S. government are accusing a gay rights group of trying to circumvent a federal court ruling that put a trial judge's ruling striking down the "don't ask, don't tell" policy on hold.

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Official: AZ Shooter Posed in G-String With Gun

Updated: 01/14/2011 - The suspect in the mass shooting in Arizona posed for photos with a gun, dressed only in a bright red G-string, and had the film developed on the eve of the rampage that killed six people and gravely injured Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, authorities said Friday.

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Federal Judge Mourned as Fair Jurist, Family Man

Posted: 01/14/2011 - The federal judge killed in the Arizona shooting rampage was known for an immigration ruling that got him death threats, but on Friday he was remembered as a man devoted to his family, his basset hounds and his Irish-Catholic heritage.

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Maine Governor to NAACP: 'Kiss My Butt'

Posted: 01/14/2011 - The governor of Maine had been criticized by the state's NAACP for his decision not to attend any of the group's Martin Luther King holiday events this weekend.

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Mom Accused of Killing Son With Hibachi Grill

Updated: 01/14/2011 - A woman was arraigned in a Boston hospital bed Friday on accusations that she killed her 8-year-old son and tried to commit suicide by lighting a hibachi grill inside a bedroom in their apartment.

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Official: Obama to Ease Cuba Travel Restrictions

Posted: 01/14/2011 - A senior administration official has confirmed that President Barack Obama will loosen Cuban travel policy to allow students and church groups to go to the communist country.

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