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Wild Horse Roundup Begins in Nevada Amid Protest

Updated: 12/29/2009 - A two-month capture of about 2,500 wild horses from public and private lands in northern Nevada began Monday amid protests that the roundups are unnecessary and inhumane.

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Man Removed from Same Flight as Christmas Attack

Updated: 12/27/2009 - A passenger onboard the same Northwest Airlines flight that was attacked on Christmas Day was taken into custody in Detroit on Sunday after becoming verbally disruptive upon landing, officials said.

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AP Source: 2nd Man Arrested on Jet in Detroit

Updated: 12/27/2009 - The Associated Press has learned that a second Nigerian man has been taken into custody aboard a jetliner in Detroit after locking himself in the airliner's bathroom.

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Napolitano: No Indication of Larger Terror Plot

Posted: 12/27/2009 - Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says there is no indication that the man who attempted to destroy an airliner in Detroit on Christmas Day is part of a larger terrorist plot.

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Suspect Identified in Kidnapping of Phoenix Girl

Posted: 12/26/2009 - Phoenix police have identified a suspect accused of kidnapping and molesting a 5-year-old girl before a patrol officer spotted his car and helped rescue the child.

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Passengers Help Foil Attack on Detroit-Bound Plane

Posted: 12/26/2009 - A prominent Nigerian banker says he's meeting with security officials because he fears his son may have been the man who allegedly tried to bomb a U.S.-bound flight.

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Airlines: New Rules Keep Passengers in Seats

Updated: 12/26/2009 - Some airlines are telling passengers that new security regulations prohibit them from leaving their seats beginning an hour before landing.

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Obama Briefed on Investigation Into Flight Terror

Posted: 12/26/2009 - President Barack Obama's security teams are briefing the vacationing commander in chief on threats facing the United States, including what progress law enforcement officials are making in investigating a terror attack aboard a Detroit-bound airplane.

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Nigerian Man Charged in Christmas Airliner Attack

Updated: 12/26/2009 - A 23-year-old Nigerian man who claimed to have ties to al-Qaida was charged Saturday with trying to destroy a Detroit-bound airliner on Christmas Day, as authorities around the world urgently sought to learn more about him.

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Feds: Standoff Suspect Angry at Government

Updated: 12/25/2009 - Warren "Gator" Taylor was tired of driving, so he pulled off the interstate in this Blue Ridge Mountain town to buy gas and food. The Tennessee man had been angry at the government for months, even years, federal officials said Thursday, and this seemed like as good a place as any to use the handguns and mock explosives he had packed in his beloved red pickup.

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Obamas Salute Military in Their Christmas Message

Posted: 12/24/2009 - President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama offered Christmas wishes to the nation on Thursday, including a special thanks for the U.S. military. They urged Americans to help support military families this holiday season.

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Major Winter Storm Taking Aim at West, Midwest

Posted: 12/23/2009 - A major winter storm is promising to bring a white Christmas to much of the nation's midsection, though countless holiday travelers faced slick roads and scattered flight delays and cancellations Wednesday that only looked to get worse.

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Ohio Mom Calls Cops on Her Shoplifting 6-Year-Old

Posted: 12/23/2009 - An Ohio woman who asked that police be called after she caught her 6-year-old daughter shoplifting a package of stickers said Wednesday that she was just trying to teach the girl a lesson early in life.

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Balloon Boy Parents Get Jail Time, Tough Probation

Updated: 12/23/2009 - The parents who carried out the balloon boy hoax were sentenced to jail Wednesday and given strict probation conditions that forbid them from earning any money from the spectacle for four years.

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Teresa Heinz Fighting Breast Cancer

Posted: 12/23/2009 - Teresa Heinz says she is being treated for breast cancer discovered through mammography and argues that younger women should continue undergoing the tests despite a federal panel's recent recommendation to reduce their frequency.

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Dust Storm Wrecks South of Phoenix Leave 4 Dead

Posted: 12/22/2009 - Four people are confirmed dead after a sudden dust storm spawned a series of collisions involving as many as 20 vehicles on Interstate 10 south of Phoenix.

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Ala. House Dem Defects to GOP Over Policy Concerns

Posted: 12/22/2009 - A freshman Democratic House member from Alabama says he's switching to the GOP over concerns that bills and policies pushed by the Democratic leadership are bad for the country and his district.

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Senate Gears for Second Critical Health Vote

Updated: 12/22/2009 - One 60-vote hurdle down, two to go for President Barack Obama's health care overhaul in the Senate. And Tuesday, the second vote is expected to happen quite early.

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Oral Roberts Remembered as Charismatic Leader

Posted: 12/21/2009 - For decades, Oral Roberts deftly used television to become one of the nation's most recognized and influential preachers. On Monday, that same medium was used to broadcast the memorial service for the godfather of TV evangelism to tens of millions of homes across the world.

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Officials: Beware of Dangerous Toy Imports

Updated: 12/22/2009 - U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials warned holiday shoppers Monday to stay away from toys that might be dangerous for children or break copyright, patent or trademark laws.

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Home Sales Likely Rose Again in November

Updated: 12/22/2009 - Home resales are expected to have risen to their highest level in nearly three years in November, as an extraordinary level of federal support has pulled the housing market back from the worst downturn since the Great Depression.

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Caring for Washington's Warriors Away from Home

Posted: 12/21/2009 - Michelle Ford had newborn twins and a husband severely wounded in Afghanistan when she got the offer to move into a group home on the campus of Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

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