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US Takes Charge in Haiti - with Troops, Rescue Aid

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Faced with a neighbor in social and political collapse, President Barack Obama and the U.S. moved to take charge in Haiti on Thursday, dispatching thousands of troops along with tons of aid to try to keep order as well as rescue the suffering in a country dysfunctional in the best of times.

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December Budget Deficit Sets Record

Posted: 01/13/2010 - The federal budget deficit hit an all-time high for the month of December, and the red ink for the first three months of the current budget year is rising at a more rapid pace than last year's record clip.

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AP Source: Hershey Plans Solo Bid for Cadbury

Posted: 01/13/2010 - The Hershey Co. is assembling a solo bid to acquire British candymaker Cadbury PLC without the help of Italian candymaker Ferrero International, a person familiar with Hershey's plans told The Associated Press on Wednesday.

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Obama Promises All-Out Relief Effort in Haiti

Posted: 01/13/2010 - President Barack Obama on Wednesday promised an all-out rescue and humanitarian effort to help the people of Haiti overcome a "cruel and incomprehensible" tragedy, the ruinous earthquake that ravaged the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.

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Walmart Pulling Jewelry Cited in AP Cadmium Report

Posted: 01/12/2010 - Federal and state watchdogs opened a new front Monday in the campaign to keep poisons out of Chinese imports, launching inquiries into high levels of cadmium in children's jewelry while Walmart pulled many suspect items from its store shelves.

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Obama: Reid's Comment Was Not `Mean-Spirited'

Posted: 01/11/2010 - President Barack Obama says Harry Reid was trying to praise him when the Senate majority leader made a controversial reference to Obama's race and dialect, and that the Nevada lawmaker simply used "inartful language."

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Political Spycraft Seen in Nixon Papers

Posted: 01/11/2010 - Newly released documents from Richard Nixon's years in the White House are shedding more light on the president's appetite for political espionage.

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Tylenol Killings Suspect Maintains His Innocence

Posted: 01/11/2010 - A suspect in the death of seven Chicago-area people who took cyanide-laced Tylenol in 1982 is calling a Massachusetts TV host "totally delusional" for asking whether he was responsible.

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Trial Opens in Murder, Kidnapping from Womb Case

Posted: 01/11/2010 - A defense attorney for a Pittsburgh-area woman accused of cutting a baby from the womb of a pregnant teenager and passing it off as her own says she was incapable of knowing what she did was wrong.

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Malfunction Forces Emergency Landing at NJ Airport

Posted: 01/10/2010 - A United Airlines flight landed with part of the plane's belly or wing striking a runway at Newark Liberty International Airport on Sunday morning after the right-side landing gear failed to deploy. All the 53 people got off the plane safely.

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Lesbian Lawmaker in Utah Carries Baby for Gay Men

Posted: 01/09/2010 - Rep. Christine Johnson will serve an additional role when the Utah Legislature convenes this month. The lesbian lawmaker announced she's a surrogate mother, carrying a baby for two gay men.

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NYC Man Charged with Getting Al-Qaida Training

Posted: 01/09/2010 - A New York City man under investigation for his links to a terror suspect has been indicted on charges that he flew to Pakistan to get military training from al-Qaida.

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Vice President Biden's Mother, Jean, Dies at 92

Posted: 01/08/2010 - Jean Biden, who raised her son Vice President Joe Biden to believe in what he called "America's creed ... everyone is your equal," died Friday after falling seriously ill in recent days. She was 92.

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Recall: Books with Bad Do-It-Yourself Advice

Posted: 01/08/2010 - WASHINGTON (AP) - Oxmoor House on Friday recalled nearly 1 million home improvement books because of errors that could lead do-it-yourselfers to make risky mistakes while installing or repairing their electrical wiring.

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"Big Rex and Friends" Cloth Books Recalled

Posted: 01/08/2010 - About 204,000 "Big Rex and Friends" cloth books, made in China and imported by St. Martins Press LLC, of New York, because a red plastic dot sewn in the book contains high levels of lead, which is toxic to young children if they ingest it.

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