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Slain Doctors Brought Medical Care to Afghanistan

Posted: 08/08/2010 - Members of a medical team gunned down in Afghanistan brought some of the first toothbrushes and eyeglasses villagers had ever seen and spent no time talking about religion as they provided medical care, friends and aid organizations said Sunday.

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US Immigrant's Dream Ends with Genocide Allegation

Posted: 08/08/2010 - Beatrice Munyenyezi (moon-yehn-YEH'-zee) brought her young daughters to the United States from war-ravaged Rwanda in 1998 and focused on the American Dream: private schooling for her girls, a home with a swimming pool, a sport utility vehicle.

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Apple iPhone Executive Leaves Company

Posted: 08/07/2010 - An Apple Inc. executive whose responsibilities include iPhone hardware is leaving the company in the wake of antenna problems with the newest version of the smart phone.

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A Deal to Avert BlackBerry Ban Could be Precedent

Posted: 08/07/2010 - Saudi security officials fear militant groups could use BlackBerry smart phones to avoid detection. India, Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates have expressed similar concerns.

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Small Plane Crashes into Pa. Home, Sets it Ablaze

Updated: 08/07/2010 - A twin-engine plane slammed into a house in western Pennsylvania minutes after takeoff on Saturday, killing two people, and narrowly missing a man sleeping on his couch with his dog and setting the residence on fire.

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Americans Killed in Afghanistan Ambush

Updated: 08/06/2010 - Americans are among 10 people killed by militants in an ambush in a remote, forested area of Badakhshan province in northern Afghanistan, the U.S. Embassy in Kabul said Saturday.

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Disgraced HP CEO To Get Nearly $28M In Cash, Stock

Posted: 08/06/2010 - Lauded for making Hewlett-Packard Co. the world's biggest technology company, CEO Mark Hurd was in negotiations for a new contract worth about $100 million, according to a person familiar with the negotiations.

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Tobacco Companies Settle Bribery Charges

Posted: 08/06/2010 - Two American tobacco companies are paying nearly $30 million to settle charges that they bribed foreign officials to get lucrative overseas tobacco sales contracts.

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Teachers Hope $26M Jobs Bill Keeps Them Employed

Posted: 08/06/2010 - Gretchen Marfisi was enjoying her summer, reading a book when the call came: The high school where she taught art would not be hiring her back in the fall.

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Man Tied to 2nd Prison Killing Befriended Victim

Posted: 08/06/2010 - Robert Gleason Jr. was already convicted of murdering two people and vowed to kill again if he wasn't sentenced to death, but that didn't bother his new prison friend.

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NTSB Investigating Deadly School Bus Accident

Posted: 08/06/2010 - Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board were in Missouri Friday to look at the horrific interstate crash that killed a 15-year-old girl on a school bus and the driver of another vehicle.

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School Bus Crash Victims ID'd

Posted: 08/05/2010 - The Missouri State Highway Patrol has identified the two people killed in a highway pileup that involved two school buses and two other vehicles.

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Obama Economy Advisor Leaving

Posted: 08/05/2010 - Christina Romer, one of President Barack Obama's most pivotal economic advisers, is resigning, a change that comes as the White House struggles to show signs of clear economic gains to a hurting nation.

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BP Leak Covered, But... What's Next?

Posted: 08/05/2010 - The vast oil reservoir beneath BP's blown-out well could still be worth billions of dollars even after it spewed crude into the Gulf of Mexico for more than three months.

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Senate Confirms Kagan for Supreme Court

Posted: 08/05/2010 - The Senate confirmed Elena Kagan Thursday as the Supreme Court's 112th justice and fourth woman, selecting a scholar with a reputation for brilliance, a dry sense of humor and a liberal legal bent.

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Fisher-Price Toy Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Posted: 08/05/2010 - About 96,000 Little People Play 'n Go Campsites, manufactured in China and imported by Fisher-Price of East Aurora, N.Y., because the plastic Sonya Lee figure can break at the waist and expose small parts that pose a choking risk.

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BP To Begin Forcing Cement Down Well In Next Day

Updated: 08/05/2010 - BP officials say they plan to begin forcing cement down the blown-out Gulf oil well today. The announcement came last night shortly after their plan was approved by the federal official in charge of the oil spill.

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