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Jamaican Pleads on US Drug Charges

Posted: 06/25/2010 - Jamaican gang leader Christopher "Dudus" Coke pleaded not guilty Friday to U.S. charges that he ran a massive drug ring in the Eastern U.S. from his Caribbean stronghold.

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Millions of Kellogg's Cereal Boxes Recalled

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Updated: 06/25/2010 - Kellogg Co. is voluntarily recalling about 28 million boxes of Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Froot Loops and Honey Smacks cereals because a "waxy" smell and flavor coming from the package liners could make people sick, the company said Friday.

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Economy Faces Tough Road Ahead With Slower Growth

Updated: 06/25/2010 - The economic recovery won't be catching fire any time soon. Businesses and governments are likely to reduce spending in the second half of the year. Consumers, who drive most economic growth, aren't expected to take up the slack.

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Porn Sites Closer to .xxx Web Address

Posted: 06/25/2010 - An online red-light district won a long battle Friday to set up a new .xxx Internet address after the global Internet oversight agency said it made mistakes in rejecting it three years ago.

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Two Dead in Grain Elevator Collapse

Posted: 06/24/2010 - Crews have found the bodies of two workers who were killed when a portion of a grain elevator collapsed in central Kansas, burying them in wheat.

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Palin Donors to Get Money Back

Posted: 06/24/2010 - Thousands of donors who contributed to a $390,000 legal defense fund for former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin will get their money back after an investigator said Thursday the fund was illegal because it was misleadingly described on a website.

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Celia Now Category 5 Hurricane in Pacific

Posted: 06/24/2010 - Hurricane Celia has grown into a power Category 5 storm, but it's swirling far out over the Pacific Ocean and doesn't immediately threaten land.

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Storm Rips Through Northeast

Posted: 06/24/2010 - A severe storm packing ferocious winds tore through Connecticut's largest city Thursday, toppling trees and power lines and collapsing several buildings as a powerful line of storms swept across parts of the Northeast. Remarkably, no serious injuries were reported.

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More Than 2 Million Cribs Recalled Amid Safety Concerns

Updated: 06/24/2010 - More than 2 million cribs from Evenflo, Delta Enterprise Corp. and five other companies were recalled Thursday amid concerns that babies can suffocate, become trapped or fall from the cribs.

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No Charges Following Sex Allegation Against Gore

Updated: 06/24/2010 - Portland police say they investigated allegations that former Vice President Al Gore had "unwanted sexual contact" with a massage therapist during an October 2006 visit, but they found insufficient evidence to support the woman's claims.

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Bicyclist on Cross-country Cancer Ride Killed

Posted: 06/24/2010 - A 19-year-old Pennsylvania man riding his bicycle across the country to raise awareness and money for breast cancer research was struck and killed by an SUV in New Mexico.

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New iPhone Selling Briskly as Hundreds Line Up

Posted: 06/24/2010 - Apple Inc.'s newest iPhone was in hot demand Thursday as hundreds lined up outside stores in Tokyo, Berlin, New York and elsewhere to become among the first to own the device.

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Bin Laden Hunter Back Home

Posted: 06/23/2010 - An American who traveled to Pakistan to track down Osama Bin Laden but wound up getting detained by authorities is back home in Colorado.

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Al Gore Accused of Unwanted Sex in 2006

Posted: 06/23/2010 - A Portland massage therapist accused former Vice President Al Gore of "unwanted sexual contact" at a hotel during an October 2006 visit, but no charges were filed due to lack of evidence, law officials said Wednesday.

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Cap Again Collecting Oil From Gulf Leak

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Posted: 06/23/2010 - Oil had spewed uncontrolled into the Gulf of Mexico for much of the day Wednesday before engineers reattached a cap being used to contain the gusher and direct some of the crude to a surface ship.

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McChrystal Out; Petraeus Picked for Afghanistan

Posted: 06/23/2010 - President Barack Obama ousted Gen. Stanley McChrystal as the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan on Wednesday, saying that his scathing published remarks about administration officials undermine civilian control of the military and erode the needed trust on the president's war team.

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Magnitude-5.5 Earthquake Reported in Canada

Posted: 06/23/2010 - A rare earthquake, measuring magnitude-5.5, struck at the Ontario-Quebec border region of Canada on Wednesday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

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More Oil Gushing into Gulf after Problem with Cap

Posted: 06/23/2010 - Tens of thousands of gallons more oil gushed into the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday after an undersea robot bumped a venting system, forcing BP to remove the cap that had been containing some of the crude.

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Infant Shot in NY Standoff

Posted: 06/22/2010 - A young father with a long criminal history, including assault charges, fatally shot his 3-month-old son in front of state troopers Tuesday morning, then was shot and critically wounded by officers.

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Floodwaters Hit in Midwest Storms

Posted: 06/22/2010 - A wave of severe storms crashed through the Midwest Tuesday, forcing residents in central Indiana to flee their homes because of rising floodwaters and frantically ease the pressure on an earthen dam before a new band of storms came rumbling through.

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Arizona Wildfire Reaches 14,000 Acres

Posted: 06/22/2010 - Lower wind speeds gave fire crews battling a raging 14,000-acre wildfire some relief Tuesday and officials were confident that hundreds of previously threatened homes have been secured, authorities said.

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