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Poll: Financially Pinched, Young Adults Lose Faith

Posted: 03/09/2010 - Young adults between 18 and 29 are anxious about being able to pay for their educational, housing and health care needs. Those are findings from a new poll that suggests many worry they will never be better off than their parents.

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Vehicle Backs Into Mich. School; Students Injured

Updated: 03/09/2010 - An official says a vehicle backed through a large window at a suburban Detroit school and into a classroom. More than a dozen young students were injured but none seriously.

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Obama Appeals for Public Support on Health Care

Updated: 03/09/2010 - President Barack Obama accused insurance companies of placing profits over people and said Republicans ignored long-festering problems when they held power as he sought to build support Monday for swift passage of legislation stalled in Congress.

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WABC-TV Back on for 3.1M Customers as Oscars Begin

Posted: 03/07/2010 - Cablevision says WABC-TV's signal has been switched back on for its 3.1 million subscribers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut shortly after the Academy Awards telecast got under way.

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Obama Congratulates Iraqis on National Vote

Updated: 03/07/2010 - President Barack Obama praised Iraqis who turned out to vote in national elections Sunday despite "acts of violence" to discourage participation.

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Researchers: AIDS Virus Can Hide in Bone Marrow

Posted: 03/07/2010 - The virus that causes AIDS can hide in the bone marrow, avoiding drugs and later awakening to cause illness, according to new research that could point the way toward better treatments for the disease.

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Officers: Pakistan Arrests American-Born Al-Qaida

Posted: 03/07/2010 - The American-born spokesman for al-Qaida has been arrested by Pakistani intelligence officers in the southern city of Karachi, two officers and a government official said Sunday, the same day Adam Gadahn appeared in a video calling for Muslim violence.

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No Charges for Actor and SoCal Council Candidate

Posted: 03/06/2010 - Prosecutors say there is not enough evidence to file charges against a Santa Clarita city council candidate and reality TV contestant arrested on suspicion of raping two 14-year-old girls.

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Paramedics Hail 'Hero' Boy from Arizona Bus Crash

Posted: 03/06/2010 - A bilingual 4th grader hurt in an Arizona bus accident that killed six people and injured more than a dozen others translated from an ambulance stretcher for busy rescue workers as they hurried to set up a triage center, authorities said Saturday.

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US Ed Secretary's Visit to Alabama School Draws Ire

Posted: 03/06/2010 - Alabama's Legislative Black Caucus on Saturday called on U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan to cancel a planned appearance at Robert E. Lee High School in Montgomery.

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Midnight Deadline Looms in Cablevision-ABC Feud

Posted: 03/06/2010 - With a midnight deadline looming on a threat to pull the plug on Cablevision's 3.1 million customers in New York a day before the Academy Awards, there was still no word Saturday night on whether ABC's parent company and the cable operator have reached a decision.

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Lawyer: New Testimony in Knox Murder Case

Posted: 03/06/2010 - A convict has offered new testimony in the murder case of American student Amanda Knox, according to the lawyer for Knox's former boyfriend.

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911 call reveals Michigan girl's pleas to help mother

Posted: 03/05/2010 - Her mother shot and dying in a Detroit home, an 8-year-old girl desperately pleaded to a 911 dispatcher for help. But Monica Botello's daughter didn't know where she was or how to tell police to get there.

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Indiana Worker Fires Shotgun into Office, No Injuries

Posted: 03/05/2010 - Police say a state Department of Workforce Development auditor who had just received a poor job review shot at co-workers at an agency office in the northwest Indiana city of Portage.

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Feds: 68 Fatal ODs Linked to Scheme at Kansas Clinic

Posted: 03/05/2010 - A new federal indictment implicates a Kansas doctor and his wife in nine additional patient deaths, bringing to 68 the number of fatal overdoses the government contends are linked to illegal prescription writing and a moneymaking conspiracy at their clinic.

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A Look at Reservoirs Used for Water Supply

Posted: 03/05/2010 - A ruling by a federal judge last year that Atlanta has been illegally tapping Lake Lanier as its primary water source could have ripple effects across the country.

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