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Deputies Saw Suspect Hours Before Police Killing

Posted: 02/07/2011 - Two sheriff's deputies in Washington state encountered a convicted felon released on bond less than eight hours before he slaughtered four police officers, but a warrant check came up empty, leaving the man free to commit the slayings.

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Killer of Three Confesses Ohio Home Was Random Target

Posted: 02/07/2011 - An Ohio man who killed two women and a boy during a home burglary and dropped their dismembered bodies down a hollow tree confesses the house was a random target, picked because no neighbors were nearby and the garage door was open.

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Argument Over Girl May Have Led to Fraternity Shooting

Posted: 02/07/2011 - While police still worked to piece together what led to a deadly Ohio fraternity house party, witnesses said Monday that an argument over a girl prompted two men to open fire on the crowd, sending party-goers into a panic, injuring 11 people and leaving a college student struggling for his life.

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AOL Steps Up News, Ad Push With Huffington Post

Posted: 02/07/2011 - AOL Inc.'s $315 million deal to buy news hub Huffington Post signals that it is serious about building its profile as a media company as its legacy dial-up Internet business dies away.

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Obama Says Egypt Won't Be the Same Country

Posted: 02/06/2011 - President Barack Obama says Egypt isn't going back to being the country it was now that pro-democracy protests have roiled the Arab country the last two weeks.

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Arab Unrest Complicates Counterterrorism Efforts

Posted: 02/06/2011 - The unrest engulfing Arab streets and threatening authoritarian governments in the Mideast is complicating U.S. counterterrorism efforts, scrambling the volatile battleground against al-Qaida in Yemen and raising concerns about the durability of Egypt's stance against militants.

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Obama Struggling to Find Path in Egypt Crisis

Updated: 02/06/2011 - Nearly two weeks into the Egyptian crisis, the Obama administration is still struggling to find a path forward that protects U.S. security interests without abandoning the pro-democracy protesters.

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1972 Murder of Blind Homemaker Heads to Trial

Posted: 02/06/2011 - Tommie Cray was 9 years old in 1947 when his father, a single parent with three sons, brought home a new companion who was raising three boys of her own. Annie Mae had a sweet Southern drawl and an easy laugh, and an emotional bond took hold right away.

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Fearful Russian Lawmaker Flees to US

Posted: 02/06/2011 - A wealthy Russian lawmaker has fled with his family to the United States, where he says he fears assassination over accusations that some of Russia's richest and most influential people swindled him in a real estate deal. Back home, he's been charged with financial crimes.

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New York Rail System Suffers Through Brutal Winter

Posted: 02/06/2011 - When members of Congress met recently to discuss revitalizing passenger trains in the United States, they chose Grand Central Terminal, a majestic hub of New York's vaunted mass transit system. From a balcony above the main concourse, Mayor Michael Bloomberg told lawmakers he rides the subway every day and called high-speed passenger rail "the track to the future."

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Police: 1 Dead, 11 Shot at Ohio Fraternity House

Posted: 02/06/2011 - Authorities in northeast Ohio say a shooting at a fraternity house just north of the Youngstown State University campus killed one student and injured 11 people, including six students.

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Train Derailment, Fire Forces Ohio Evacuations

Posted: 02/06/2011 - A freight train carrying volatile chemicals derailed about 50 miles south of Toledo Sunday morning, causing at least 15 tanker cars to catch fire and explode and forcing evacuations of nearby homes, a fire official said. No injuries have been reported.

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Cheney Calls Mubarak a Good friend, US Ally

Posted: 02/06/2011 - Former Vice President Dick Cheney calls Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak a good friend and U.S. ally, and he urges the Obama administration to move cautiously as turmoil continued to shake that nation's government.

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Vang Pao Family Decries Arlington Burial Denial

Posted: 02/06/2011 - The family of former Laotian general and Hmong leader Vang Pao says it is "disgraceful" that the U.S. Army has denied a request that the U.S. ally in the Vietnam War be buried at Arlington National Cemetery.

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