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Tea Kettles Recalled Due to Burn Hazard

Posted: 02/24/2010 - About 132,000 Bristol model and Martha Stewart Collection enameled steel tea kettles from Copco and Wild Leaf Tea Co. The handle can come loose, posing a burn hazard to the consumer.

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AP Source: Obama Urges Russia to Help Gain Treaty

Posted: 02/24/2010 - President Barack Obama weighed in Wednesday to try to hasten the conclusion of a new nuclear weapons treaty with Russia, urging President Dmitry Medvedev (dih-MEE'-tree med-VYEH'-dyev) to help accelerate its completion.

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HHS Head Summons Insurers to Discuss Rate Hikes

Posted: 02/24/2010 - Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius asked the heads of five major health insurance companies on Wednesday to meet with her next month to explain why their premiums are on the rise.

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Ex-Officer Charged in Katrina Bridge Killing Probe

Posted: 02/24/2010 - Federal officials are charging a former New Orleans police lieutenant with conspiracy to obstruct justice in an investigation of killings by police officers in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

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Teacher Tackles Gunman Supected in School Shooting

Posted: 02/24/2010 - The gunman was walking through a middle school parking lot and taking shots at students with a hunting rifle as terrified teenagers ran for their lives. He had just wounded two students and seemed ready to unleash more violence when a math teacher named David Benke sprung into action.

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Ex-Edwards Aide's Lawyers Want to See Sex Tape

Posted: 02/23/2010 - Attorneys for an estranged aide to John Edwards want to watch a tape purportedly showing the former presidential candidate in a sexual encounter with his pregnant mistress.

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Toyota: Recalls May Not Totally Solve Problems

Updated: 02/23/2010 - Toyota's top U.S. official says the company's massive recalls may "not totally" solve the company's problems with unintended acceleration of some of its most popular cars and trucks.

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Treasury Announces Expansion of Borrowing Program

Posted: 02/23/2010 - The Treasury Department says now that the government's debt ceiling has been increased, it will once again expand an emergency program created at the height of the financial crisis to help the Federal Reserve manage its books.

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La. Woman Pleads to Selling 2 Kids for Bird, Cash

Posted: 02/23/2010 - A 52-year-old Louisiana woman has pleaded guilty to two counts of sale of a minor for trading two children to a couple in exchange for an exotic pet bird and $175.

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Cruise Line: 350 Sick Aboard Ship in Caribbean

Posted: 02/23/2010 - About 350 people were responding well to medicine after getting sick on a cruise to the Caribbean that departed from South Carolina, the cruise line said Tuesday.

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Marijuana Use by Seniors Goes Up as Boomers Age

Posted: 02/22/2010 - In her 88 years, Florence Siegel has learned how to relax: A glass of red wine. A crisp copy of The New York Times, if she can wrest it from her husband. Some classical music, preferably Bach. And every night like clockwork, she lifts a pipe to her lips and smokes marijuana.

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Space Shuttle Makes Rare Nighttime Landing

Posted: 02/21/2010 - Endeavour and its six astronauts returned safely to Earth on Sunday, making a rare nighttime landing to end a mission that resulted in the virtual completion of the International Space Station.

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Obama to Propose Limits on Insurance Rates

Posted: 02/21/2010 - President Barack Obama will propose giving federal authorities the power to limit rate hikes by health insurance companies - part of a new health care overhaul plan he will unveil Monday in a last-ditch bid to salvage his signature issue.

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New Credit Card Law is Mixed Blessing

Posted: 02/21/2010 - A sweeping credit card law that takes effect Monday has been widely anticipated by consumers who believe banks have been taking advantage of them for too long.

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Fish and Wildlife Chief Dies After Skiing

Posted: 02/20/2010 - The director of the Fish and Wildlife Service died Saturday after suffering chest pains while skiing in Colorado. Sam Hamilton was 54.

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Worker Killed was Army Vet, Family Man

Posted: 02/20/2010 - The family of an IRS worker killed in a Texas plane attack remember him as a dedicated Army veteran and devoted family man.

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