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Banks in Calif., Ill., Fla., Texas are Shut Down

Posted: 02/20/2010 - Regulators have shut down banks in California, Illinois, Florida and Texas, boosting to 20 the number of U.S. bank failures this year following the 140 closures last year in the worst financial climate in decades.

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Attack on IRS Part of Long Line of Tax Protesters

Posted: 02/20/2010 - Joseph Stack's methods were unthinkable - he is accused of ramming a plane into an Internal Revenue Service building in Texas - but his views on taxation follow a long line of protesters who believe tax laws don't apply to them.

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Snipes Asks 'What's New?' About IRS Plane Crash

Posted: 02/20/2010 - Actor Wesley Snipes, who has tax problems of his own, had a blunt reaction to news about a software engineer who crashed his plane into an office building with nearly 200 IRS employees inside.

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FBI Closes Anthrax Case, Says Scientist was Killer

Posted: 02/20/2010 - Wrapping up one of its most vexing investigations, the FBI concluded that Army scientist Bruce Ivins acted alone in the 2001 anthrax mailings that killed five people and further unnerved a nation still reeling from the 9/11 attacks.

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Obama Challenges GOP on Health Care, Boosts Reid

Updated: 02/20/2010 - Days before hosting an intensive health care summit with both Republicans and Democrats, President Barack Obama made a fervent push for his overhaul, calling it critical not just for the millions without insurance but the entire country's economic well-being.

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Filipino Accused of Kidnapping Americans Nabbed

Posted: 02/18/2010 - Philippine troops arrested a suspected Muslim militant accused in the high-profile kidnappings of three Americans, two of whom were later killed, and dozens of Filipinos nine years ago, the military reported Friday.

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US Marines Airdropped into Taliban-held Territory

Posted: 02/18/2010 - Two U.S. helicopters dropped elite Marine recon teams behind Taliban lines before dawn Friday as the U.S.-led force stepped up operations to break resistance on the seventh day of fighting in the besieged militant stronghold of Marjah.

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Toyota Chief Agrees to Testify Before Congress

Posted: 02/18/2010 - Toyota president Akio Toyoda said Thursday he will testify at a congressional hearing next week about the automaker's massive recalls in the United States, meeting face to face with lawmakers after enduring criticism that he responded too slowly to the company's safety crisis.

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Oklahoma bombing conspirator on a hunger strike

Posted: 02/18/2010 - Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols says he's going on a hunger strike because he claims prison officials don't provide him a fiber-rich diet.

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Tea Party Planner Says She Made 'Hanging' Remarks

Posted: 02/18/2010 - An organizer of a weekend "tea party" gathering in eastern Washington said Thursday she was the speaker who drew applause from the crowd by calling for one of the state's Democratic U.S. senators to be hanged.

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Twitter-esque Blippy asks, `What are you buying?'

Posted: 02/18/2010 - By asking what's happening or what's on our minds, Facebook and Twitter have prodded people to broadcast just about anything. Now a new site wants to unearth more - by asking people to automatically reveal things they buy.

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Man Angry at IRS Crashes Plane Into Building

Updated: 02/18/2010 - A software engineer furious with the Internal Revenue Service launched a suicide attack on the agency Thursday by crashing his small plane into an office building containing nearly 200 IRS employees, setting off a raging fire that sent workers fleeing for their lives.

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Students Fall ill at NH School; Tests Inconclusive

Posted: 02/17/2010 - More than 20 students and staff members showed symptoms of carbon monoxide exposure at a school Wednesday, but officials were stumped when air tests turned up none of the toxic gas.

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Astronauts Take Call From Admiring President Obama

Posted: 02/17/2010 - With their construction work finished, the 11 astronauts aboard the shuttle-station complex accepted congratulations Wednesday from President Barack Obama, who assured them of his "unwavering" commitment to NASA.

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Idaho Families Wait for News on US Missionaries

Posted: 02/17/2010 - An Idaho Baptist pastor offered mixed feelings Wednesday on the decision by a Haitian judge to release eight of 10 American missionaries charged with child kidnapping after trying to bus 33 children out of the country last month.

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