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Teenage Firefighters' Bodies Pulled from Pa. Pond

Posted: 01/27/2010 - Divers have found a third body in an icy western Pennsylvania pond where the bodies of two teenage volunteer firefighters have already been recovered from a submerged vehicle.

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4 Charged in Phone Scheme at La. Senator's Office

Posted: 01/26/2010 - A conservative activist who posed as a pimp to target the community-organizing group ACORN and the son of a federal prosecutor were among four people arrested by the FBI and accused of trying to interfere with phones at Sen. Mary Landrieu's office.

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Kerrigan's Brother Sent for Mental Evaluation

Posted: 01/26/2010 - The brother of figure skater Nancy Kerrigan has been sent for a psychological evaluation after being charged with assaulting his 70-year-old father, who later died.

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GM to Sell Saab to Dutch Carmaker Spyker

Updated: 01/26/2010 - General Motors Co. says it has reached an agreement to sell its struggling Saab Automobile arm to the small Dutch luxury carmaker Spyker Cars NV.

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Ex-Treasury Boss Paulson to Address AIG Bailouts

Updated: 01/26/2010 - A House panel probing the bailout of American International Group Inc. is sharpening its questions for two Treasury secretaries and a federal investigator who believes the Federal Reserve withheld documents.

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Nancy Kerrigan's Dad Dies; Brother Accused of Assault

Posted: 01/25/2010 - A not guilty plea has been entered in Massachusetts on behalf of the brother of figure skater Nancy Kerrigan on charges of assaulting their 70-year-old father, who died over the weekend.

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Arizona Cleanup Continues in Wake of Storm

Posted: 01/25/2010 - Residents across Arizona resumed cleanup efforts Sunday in the aftermath of a powerful storm that caused massive flooding and power outages in several areas.

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Waiter Pleads Guilty to Identity Theft, Fraud

Posted: 01/23/2010 - A former Kansas City man has admitted stealing credit card information from customers while he was a waiter at a Country Club Plaza restaurant.

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Tanker Truck Flips, Explodes, Closes LI Expressway

Posted: 01/23/2010 - The westbound lanes of New York's Long Island Expressway have reopened after a fuel truck flipped and exploded, killing the driver and creating a fireball seen for miles.

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Stars Unite to Help Haiti in Telethon

Posted: 01/23/2010 - Though the all-star telethon was titled "Hope for Haiti Now," for most of its two hours, it was filled with tear-jerking, depressing moments, from mournful songs and grim-faced pleas from celebrities to the suffering faces of the quake-battered victims themselves.

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Oil Spilled at East Texas Port as Ships Collide

Posted: 01/23/2010 - The U.S. Coast Guard says about 450,000 gallons of crude oil has spilled into the Port of Port Arthur area in southeast Texas after two vessels collided. No injuries have been reported, but part of the port has been closed.

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Biden: US to Appeal Dismissal of Blackwater Case

Posted: 01/23/2010 - The U.S. will appeal a court decision dismissing manslaughter charges against five Blackwater Worldwide security contractors involved in a deadly 2007 Baghdad shooting, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said Saturday.

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Legal Gigolo Starts Work This Weekend

Updated: 01/22/2010 - A brothel in a Nevada desert town has hired the state's first male prostitute, a muscular college dropout who abandoned a brief stint as a porn actor in Los Angeles to become the only legal gigolo in the United States.

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Hawaii Senate Passes Civil Unions Bill

Posted: 01/22/2010 - The Hawaii Senate approved same-sex civil unions Friday, potentially setting up the measure for final passage as soon as next week.

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Balloon Boy Mom's Interviews Contradict Husband

Posted: 01/22/2010 - The mother of the 6-year-old boy purported to be in a runaway balloon in Colorado repeatedly told authorities it was all a publicity stunt, contradicting what her husband told media before he reported to jail.

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Plane Collides with Bird

Posted: 01/22/2010 - Federal officials say a large bird forced a United Airlines plane bound for San Francisco to return to Dulles International Airport in northern Virginia.

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