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HPV Vaccine a Suggestion, Not Mandate in DC, Va.

Posted: 08/31/2009 - Only Virginia and the District of Columbia have moved toward requiring sixth-grade girls to get vaccinated for a potentially cancerous sexually transmitted disease, three years after federal health officials recommended the shots.

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Gates: Report Details Highs, Lows of Afghan Fight

Posted: 08/31/2009 - The Pentagon's chief says an upcoming report from the top U.S. and NATO commander in Afghanistan will likely highlight some bright spots about the military mission there along with grimmer conclusions that he described as "gloom and doom."

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American Commander: US On the Road Out of Iraq

Posted: 08/30/2009 - The U.S. military is packing up to leave Iraq in what has been deemed the largest movement of manpower and equipment in modern military history - shipping out more than 1.5 million pieces of equipment from tanks to antennas along with a force the size of a small city.

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Financial Reports: Kennedy Wealth Tens of Millions

Posted: 08/30/2009 - Annual federal financial disclosure forms give a glimpse into Sen. Edward Kennedy's wealth at the time of his death. Kennedy, like other members of Congress, was required to report assets held by himself, his wife and any dependents.

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Officer in NY Defends Zapping Mom with Stun Gun

Posted: 08/30/2009 - A sheriff's deputy in eastern New York has defended his decision to zap a woman with a stun gun during a traffic stop in a Syracuse suburb earlier this year.

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Kennedy Carried to Arlington, Laid Beside Brothers

Posted: 08/29/2009 - Sen. Edward M. Kennedy was laid to rest alongside slain brothers John and Robert on hallowed ground at Arlington National Cemetery on Saturday evening, celebrated for "the dream he kept alive" across the decades since their deaths.

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Obama Honors Sen. Kennedy at Funeral Mass

Posted: 08/29/2009 - Government leaders and other luminaries paid final tribute Saturday to Edward M. Kennedy, mourning the loss of a senator who made an indelible impact on U.S. life over 47 years in Congress and of the man who held up America's most famous family during tragedy and triumph.

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DJ AM Found Dead in NYC

Posted: 08/29/2009 - DJ AM, the sought-after disc jockey who became a celebrity in his own right with high-profile romances and a glamorous lifestyle and survived a plane crash just months ago, was found dead in his apartment Friday. He had a history of drug problems.

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Court: Investigators Wrong to Seize MLB Drug List

Posted: 08/26/2009 - An appeals court ruled Wednesday that federal agents were wrong to seize the infamous drug list and samples of 104 Major League Baseball players who allegedly tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs in 2003.

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Assessing the Family Known as `American Royalty'

Posted: 08/26/2009 - Hundreds of photographs line the walls of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum. For the moment, one in particular has captivated a visitor from New Hampshire.

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