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Target Recalls Booster Seats

Updated: 08/07/2009 - Target is recalling 43,000 Circo Booster Seats because children have been unexpectedly falling out of the chairs.

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Sotomayor to be Sworn in Saturday at High Court

Posted: 08/06/2009 - Sonia Sotomayor will be sworn in as the 111th justice of the Supreme Court on Saturday, with Chief Justice John Roberts administering two oaths of office.

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Judge: 6 Terrorism Suspects in NC to Be Held

Posted: 08/05/2009 - Six men who federal prosecutors accuse of plotting holy war overseas from their North Carolina homes will remain jailed until trial because they are dangerous and may flee, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.

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Wealthy Hollywood Producer Paid for NKorea Flight

Posted: 08/05/2009 - A businessman says a wealthy Hollywood producer paid for the flight that carried former President Bill Clinton and two American journalists home from North Korea.

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Freed U.S. Journalists Arrive Home

Updated: 08/05/2009 - Two U.S. journalists held in North Korea and freed Tuesday have arrived back on American soil at the Burbank Airport in California at 5:50a.m. on Wednesday.

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North Korea: 2 US Journalists Pardoned

Posted: 08/04/2009 - North Korean leader Kim Jong Il issued a "special pardon" freeing two jailed American journalists after talks with former U.S. President Bill Clinton, North Korea's official news agency announced Wednesday.

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Dem, GOP Leaders say Senate Will Vote on Clunkers

Updated: 08/04/2009 - The Senate will vote to extend the popular "cash-for-clunkers" program before going home on Friday, Majority Leader Harry Reid declared Tuesday in a strong signal the government won't let the trade-in rebates die under the surging demand that has almost exhausted federal backing.

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2 Tropical Storms Move Across the Pacific

Posted: 08/04/2009 - Forecasters say Tropical Storm Felicia has formed in the Pacific while Tropical Storm Enrique is strengthening not far from it.

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Bill Clinton Meets with NKorean Leader Kim Jong Il

Posted: 08/04/2009 - Former President Bill Clinton met Tuesday with North Korean leader Kim Jong Il on the first day of a surprise visit to Pyongyang, holding "exhaustive" talks that covered a wide range of topics, state-run media said.

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BofA Pays $33M SEC Fine Over Merrill Bonuses

Posted: 08/03/2009 - Bank of America Corp. has agreed to pay a $33 million penalty to settle government charges that it misled investors about Merrill Lynch's plans to pay bonuses to its executives, regulators said Monday.

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Baltimore Medics Mistakenly Declare Man Dead

Posted: 08/03/2009 - Baltimore police say a burglary suspect mistakenly declared dead by medics after he was shot by an officer lay on a convenience store floor for half an hour before anyone noticed he was still alive.

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GM Buyout Offers Falls Short of Goal, Layoffs Loom

Posted: 08/03/2009 - About 6,000 General Motors Co. blue-collar workers have taken the latest round of early retirement and buyout offers, but it fell short of the company's goal, meaning more layoffs are likely.

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Questions Loom about Mom in NY Crash that Killed 8

Posted: 08/02/2009 - Diane Schuler was a devoted mother admired for her competence, ease with children and sense of humor. Never, her family said, had there been a more responsible and trusted friend or caregiver.

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Black Scholar says He's Able to Joke about Arrest

Posted: 08/02/2009 - Black Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. on Sunday joked about his arrest by a white police officer, but also described receiving death threats and dreaming about being arrested at the White House.

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LA Tries Test to find Kids Likely to Join Gangs

Posted: 08/02/2009 - Gang prevention cop Jeff Norat drives a bunch of sullen teens through the gang-riddled streets of a Los Angeles neighborhood, not because they're in trouble with the law - but so they'll stay out of it.

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King Salmon Vanishing in Alaska, Smokehouses Empty

Posted: 08/02/2009 - Yukon River smokehouses should be filled this summer with oil-rich strips of king salmon - long used by Alaska Natives as a high-energy food to get through the long Alaska winters. But they're mostly empty.

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