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Clinton Daughter Chelsea Engaged to be Married

Posted: 11/30/2009 - Chelsea Clinton, the 29-year old daughter of former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, has become engaged to her longtime boyfriend, investment banker Marc Mezvinsky.

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Hoarding Disorder Gets Prime-Time Treatment

Posted: 11/30/2009 - Residents of a Jacksonville, Fla., neighborhood were shocked when a neighbor was found dead in her home in October, surrounded by six feet of garbage.

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Mysterious 'Saddam Channel' Hits Iraq TV

Posted: 11/29/2009 - Turning on their TVs during the long holiday weekend, Iraqis have been greeted by a familiar if unexpected face from their brutal past: Saddam Hussein.

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News Exec: Dinner Crashers Shopping Interview

Updated: 11/29/2009 - A television executive says the couple who crashed President Barack Obama's first state dinner is offering to talk to broadcast networks about it for a payment of hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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For 3rd Time, Woods Cancels Meeting with Police

Updated: 11/29/2009 - Tiger Woods canceled yet another meeting with state troopers but, for the first time, talked about his car crash on his Web site, saying it was his fault, that his wife acted courageously and that remaining details were private.

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Suspect in Officer Killings Eludes Law in Seattle

Updated: 11/30/2009 - A heavily armed SWAT team stormed a Seattle home Monday where they thought they had cornered the suspect in the slaying of four police officers at a coffee shop, only to find out that he was not in the house and still on the loose.

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Space Shuttle Atlantis Aims for Morning Landing

Updated: 11/27/2009 - Space shuttle Atlantis and its seven astronauts returned to Earth with a smooth touchdown Friday to end an 11-day flight that resupplied the International Space Station.

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Shoppers Pack Stores as Holiday Season Revs Up

Posted: 11/27/2009 - Black Friday underway across the nation, as shoppers are already crowding stores and malls in the wee hours, some after spending the night waiting in line, to grab early morning deals and hard-to-find items.

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Americans Give Thanks, See Parades, Feast in Space

Updated: 11/27/2009 - Giant balloons, floats, marching bands and clowns with confetti brought smiles to hundreds of thousands of revelers eager to catch a glimpse of a parade as steeped in Thanksgiving Day tradition as turkey and pumpkin pie.

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China Reports 8 Cases of Swine Flu Mutation

Posted: 11/25/2009 - China has detected eight cases of swine flu mutation, a health official said Wednesday, amid longstanding concerns among scientists that the virus could change into a more dangerous form.

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Toyota to Replace 3.8M Gas Pedals

Updated: 11/26/2009 - Got a Toyota? There may be good news stemming from some past troubles. Toyota Motor Corp. will replace gas pedals on 3.8 million recalled vehicles in the United States to address problems with sudden acceleration or the pedal becoming stuck in the floor mat.

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Fed says Jobless Rate to Drop 'Slowly'

Posted: 11/24/2009 - The Federal Reserve expects the unfolding recovery will be gradual, as modest growth keeps the nation's unemployment rate elevated over the next several years, according to a new forecast.

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Investigators: Ky. Census Worker Committed Suicide

Posted: 11/24/2009 - A Kentucky census worker found naked, bound with duct tape and hanging from a tree with "fed" scrawled on his chest killed himself but staged his death to make it look like a homicide, authorities said Tuesday.

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GM's Deal to Sell Saab is off the Table

Posted: 11/24/2009 - A Swedish specialty automaker has backed out of a deal to buy Saab from General Motors Co., casting serious doubt on the future of the troubled brand.

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Obama Calls Security Meeting on Afghanistan

Posted: 11/23/2009 - President Barack Obama is calling his war council together as he moves toward a decision on whether to add more U.S. forces in Afghanistan.

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Newspaper Circulation May Be Worse Than it Looks

Posted: 11/22/2009 - While U.S. newspapers are losing subscribers at a staggering rate, a few dailies stand out because their circulation is rising. But they aren't necessarily selling more copies.

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