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Nearly $1M in Jewels Stolen in Fatal NYC Robbery

Posted: 01/28/2010 - Police say an armed robber who fatally shot a Madison Avenue jewelry store worker made off with nearly $1 million worth of sapphires, diamonds, emeralds and other jewels.

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White House Doles Out $8 Billion for Fast Trains

Updated: 01/29/2010 - High-speed rail projects in California, Florida and Illinois are among the big winners of $8 billion in grants announced Thursday by the White House - the start of what some Democrats tout as a national rail-building program that could rival the interstate highways begun in the Eisenhower era.

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'Catcher in the Rye' Author J.D. Salinger Dies

Updated: 01/29/2010 - J.D. Salinger, the legendary author, youth hero and fugitive from fame whose "The Catcher in the Rye" shocked and inspired a world he increasingly shunned, has died. He was 91.

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White House to Dole Out $8 Billion in Rail Grants

Posted: 01/27/2010 - High-speed rail projects in California, Florida and Illinois are among the big winners of $8 billion in grants to be announced Thursday by the White House - the start of what some Democrats tout as a national rail-building program that could rival the interstate highways begun in the Eisenhower era.

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Justice Looks Askance as Obama Criticizes Court

Posted: 01/27/2010 - The man in the House chamber openly disagreeing with President Barack Obama as he spoke to Congress wasn't an over-the-top Republican or a seething Democrat. He was a Supreme Court justice, Samuel Alito.

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Jury Deadlock Means Life Term in Pennsylvania Triple Murder

Posted: 01/27/2010 - A man convicted of a triple murder in eastern Pennsylvania that authorities called a "gangland hit" has been sentenced to life in prison without parole after jurors deadlocked over whether he should be put to death.

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'People's History' Author Howard Zinn Dies at 87

Posted: 01/27/2010 - Howard Zinn, an author, teacher and political activist whose leftist "A People's History of the United States" sold a million copies and became an alternative to mainstream texts and a favorite of such celebrities as Bruce Springsteen and Ben Affleck, died Wednesday.

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Lawsuits: California Police Fail to Protect Blacks

Posted: 01/27/2010 - Racially motivated attacks by gangs on black teenagers has created a "toxic environment" that forced families out of a California city and has left at least one teenager dead, said attorneys for the families of several teens.

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2 Guilty in NYC Shop Holdup Stopped By Owner's Gun

Posted: 01/27/2010 - The two surviving members of a group of would-be stickup artists thwarted by a shotgun-wielding Harlem restaurant supply store owner have pleaded guilty to robbery.

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Obama's Goal: Get Agenda Moving, People Believing

Posted: 01/27/2010 - His presidency at a crossroads, President Barack Obama is promising in his first State of the Union address to solve the economic worries foremost on Americans' minds and become the transformative leader they thought they were getting.

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CYBEX Strollers Recalled

Posted: 01/27/2010 - Over 1,000 CYBEX strollers are being recalled after a child's finger was fractured in a hinge.

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Horse Toy Figures Recalled

Posted: 01/27/2010 - Blip Toys is recalling 15,000 of its Nature Wonders HD Pinto Horse Toy Figures. The surface paint coating on the horse contains excessive levels of lead, violating the federal lead paint standard.

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Fed Holds Rates at Record Low to Aid Recovery

Posted: 01/27/2010 - The Federal Reserve has decided to hold interest rates at a record low and pledged to keep them there for an "extended period" to nurture the economic recovery and lower high unemployment.

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Toyota US Sales Halt Deals Blow to Image, Earnings

Updated: 01/27/2010 - Toyota's suspension of U.S. sales on an unprecedented scale to fix faulty gas pedals deals a blow to the automaker's reputation for quality and came amid intense pressure from the Obama administration.

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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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