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Craigslist Founder Helps Memorialize Murder Victim

Posted: 05/03/2009 - The founder of the popular online advertising site Craigslist on Sunday joined the effort to honor a 24-year-old Minnesota woman who died in 2007 after responding to a phony ad for a baby sitter.

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Hundreds March in Philly National Gay Rights Rally

Updated: 05/04/2009 - Hundreds of gay rights demonstrators have marched through the streets of Philadelphia's historic center carrying rainbow flags and signs calling for equal rights in marriage, in the workplace and in health care.

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Ill. Mom Settles Suit over Son's Stun Gun Death

Posted: 05/03/2009 - The mother of a teen who died after being shocked by Illinois police with a stun gun has settled her wrongful death lawsuit with the city of Jerseyville.

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Some Sticking with Chrysler, Others Skeptical

Posted: 05/03/2009 - The stalwart. The bargain-hunter. The skeptic. As Chrysler dealers across America try to sell vehicles with the auto manufacturer in bankruptcy, they're meeting different types of customers: loyalists who aren't fazed by the troubles, those simply seeking the best deal in a bad economy, and some who are willing to look, but aren't sold on the company's prospects.

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Fiat Eyes New Company with GM Europe, Chrysler

Posted: 05/03/2009 - Fiat Group SpA is confirming it's in talks to acquire General Motor's European operations, to possibly create a new company that would also include newly acquired Chrysler.

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Most Charges Dropped in Mo. Ritual Sex Abuse Cases

Posted: 05/03/2009 - There was a lot of public attention when leaders of two obscure churches in the Ozarks woods were accused of ceremonially abusing girls, preparing them for "service to God" by molesting them.

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Tweaked About Fake Tweets, Idaho Gov Joins Twitter

Posted: 05/02/2009 - A bogus Twitter account set up five weeks ago in the name of Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter has been shut down - only to reopen with the real governor sending out tweets.

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BLM to Get $300 Million for Stimulus Projects

Posted: 05/02/2009 - The Interior Department is sending more than $300 million in federal stimulus money to the Bureau of Land Management to update its facilities and jump-start renewable energy projects across the country, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced Saturday

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Pontiac, Pop Culture Icon, Hits End of the Road

Posted: 05/02/2009 - It could crash through burning buildings, make a fool of any number of small-town Southern sheriffs, help save the world from giant robots, even take criminals off to jail while engaging in witty repartee with its driver.

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Judge Rules Texas City's Schools Integrated

Posted: 05/02/2009 - A federal judge has ruled that the Galveston public school system is desegregated, ending a civil rights lawsuit that was initiated in 1959.

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Resistance to Obama High Court Pick May be Modest

Posted: 05/02/2009 - Awaiting President Barack Obama's first Supreme Court pick, activists expect a less-spirited nomination battle than would have been anticipated if conservative justice had stepped down or Democrats held a slimmer edge in the Senate.

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Sears Tower to Add Enclosed Balconies

Posted: 05/01/2009 - Visitors to the top of the tallest building in North America soon won't be able to avoid looking straight down.

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Biden Rides Train After Swine Comment

Posted: 05/01/2009 - One day after saying he wouldn't travel in tight quarters because of the swine flu scare, Vice President Joe Biden rode a train Friday from Washington to Delaware.

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Teens Acquitted in Immigrant Beating Case

Posted: 05/01/2009 - An all-white jury on Friday acquitted two Pennsylvania teenagers of all serious charges against them stemming from the fatal beating of an illegal Mexican immigrant last summer.

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Court: FAA Not Liable for Fatal Plane Crash

Posted: 05/01/2009 - An appeals court says the Federal Aviation Administration can't be held financially responsible for the collision of two small planes that killed a popular Chicago radio personality nearly 10 years ago.

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Latest on Swine Flu

Posted: 05/01/2009 - President Barack Obama voiced hope Friday that the swine flu virus will run its course "like ordinary flus" as officials reported more than two dozen new cases and scores more schools shut down.

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Swine Flu Leads to School Closures

Posted: 04/30/2009 - Hundreds of schools scattered around the country closed as the nation's swine flu caseload passed 100 Thursday, and U.S. authorities said they eventually could produce enough vaccine for everyone if necessary - but that shots couldn't begin until fall at the earliest.

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House Approves Bill Restricting Credit Card Practices

Posted: 04/30/2009 - Riding a crest of populist anger, the House on Thursday approved a bill to restrict credit card practices and eliminate sudden increases in interest rates and late fees that have entangled millions of consumers.

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Sharpton: Battles With IRS & FEC Over

Posted: 04/30/2009 - The Rev. Al Sharpton said he feels a weight has lifted, now that his longrunning battles with the Internal Revenue Service and the Federal Election Commission are finally resolved.

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