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Mom Forces Son to Stand on Street for Bad Grades

Posted: 03/19/2011 - Wearing a sign around his neck that read, "Honk if I need an education," 15-year-old James Mond III stood for nearly four hours on a Tampa, Fla., street corner.

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Colo. Student Resigns Diversity Post Over Writings

Posted: 03/19/2011 - The University of Colorado Student Government diversity director has resigned after officials saw copies of his blog posts, including one in which he wrote "women are not as smart as men."

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Police in brief Standoff on Staples Center Court

Posted: 03/19/2011 - Police engaged in a roughly 20-minute standoff Saturday with a knife-wielding man on the floor of Los Angeles' Staples Center, where the Los Angeles Clippers and Cleveland Cavaliers were set to play later in the day.

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Woman Charged in Fatal Texas Fire Turns Self In

Posted: 03/19/2011 - A woman accused of fleeing the U.S. after a fire at her Texas day care center killed four children has turned herself in to authorities in Nigeria, her brother said Saturday.

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Gates Delays Russia Trip to Monitor Libyan Crisis

Posted: 03/19/2011 - Defense Secretary Robert Gates' final visit to Russia as a member of President Barack Obama's Cabinet comes as the military powers struggle to find common ground on a missile defense shield in Europe.

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Officials: US Missile Attack on Libya Prepared

Updated: 03/19/2011 - The U.S. prepared to a launch a missile attack on Libyan air defenses, but American ships and aircraft stationed in and around the Mediterranean Sea did not participate in initial French air missions Saturday, according to two U.S. officials familiar with the unfolding intervention.

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GOP House Member Challenges Senate to Pass Cuts

Posted: 03/19/2011 - A newly elected Republican congresswoman says senators should confront President Barack Obama on his veto threat and approve $61 billion in spending cuts.

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Officials: US Not Involved in Initial Libya Action

Updated: 03/19/2011 - Two U.S. officials say American ships and aircraft are poised for military action against Libya, but they aren't participating in the initial French air missions over the North African nation.

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Former Secretary of State Warren Christopher Dies

Posted: 03/19/2011 - A law firm spokeswoman says former Secretary of State Warren Christopher, who worked for peace in Bosnia and the Mideast in the Clinton administration, has died in Los Angeles.

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Business Opposition Doomed Ariz. Immigration Bills

Posted: 03/18/2011 - Dozens of Arizona CEOs from hospitals, construction companies and other major businesses joined to turn back new get-tough legislation on illegal immigration, citing worries that emphasis on the issue could hurt the state's struggling economy and cost jobs.

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Judge Blocks Contentious Wisconsin Union Law

Posted: 03/18/2011 - A Wisconsin judge on Friday temporarily blocked the state's new and contentious collective bargaining law from taking effect, raising the possibility that the Legislature may have to vote again to pass the bill.

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Gorilla Attacked by Dad Dies in Zoo

Posted: 03/17/2011 - A Kentucky-born baby gorilla who survived an attack by her father shortly after birth has died at an Ohio zoo.

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Honda Recalls Civics, Odysseys

Posted: 03/17/2011 - Honda Motor Co. said Thursday it is recalling new models of the Civic compact car and Odyssey minivan over leaking fuel tanks and faulty windshield wiper rods, respectively.

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House Votes to Cut Funding for NPR

Updated: 03/17/2011 - The House on Thursday voted to end federal funding to National Public Radio. Republican supporters said it made good fiscal sense, and Democratic opponents called it an ideological attack that would deprive local stations of access to programs such as "Car Talk" and "All Things Considered."

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Defense Wants Assurances in Exam of Tucson Suspect

Posted: 03/17/2011 - Defense attorneys for the suspect in an Arizona shooting rampage want assurances that a court-ordered mental competency evaluation doesn't expand into a review of their client's sanity.

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DMV Turns Over Data in Probe of NYC Bus Crash

Updated: 03/17/2011 - Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office said Thursday that it was releasing motor vehicles data to investigators regarding "evidence of false statements" by the driver of a tour bus in a horrific crash that killed 15 people last weekend.

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US Set to Begin Evacuating Americans from Japan

Updated: 03/16/2011 - The United States on Wednesday authorized the first evacuations of Americans out of Japan, taking a tougher stand on the deepening nuclear crisis and warning U.S. citizens to defer all non-essential travel to any part of the country as unpredictable weather and wind conditions risked spreading radioactive contamination.

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AP and Clothing Company Settle Copyright Dispute

Posted: 03/16/2011 - The Associated Press and a clothing maker distributing merchandise based on artist Shepard Fairey's work have settled copyright claims stemming from the use of an AP photograph to create the artist's Barack Obama 'HOPE' image.

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New-Home Construction Plunges In February

Updated: 03/16/2011 - Builders broke ground last month on the fewest homes in nearly two years, a reflection of declines in home prices and diminished demand that has made it difficult for them to compete.

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