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Ramifications for Woods and His Sport Unfolding

Posted: 12/12/2009 - Stewart Cink was at a birthday party when he learned about Tiger Woods taking an indefinite leave from golf. A friend had the news on his cell phone, and even as the page loaded with the announcement, Cink figured a punch line was coming.

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Memo May Point to Illinois as Site for Gitmo Detainees

Posted: 12/11/2009 - A draft memo leaked to a conservative Web site is an encouraging sign the government intends to transfer Guantanamo terrorist suspects to Illinois, Sen. Richard Durbin and the state's governor said Friday.

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Blackwater Predator Missile-Load Contract Ending

Posted: 12/11/2009 - CIA Director Leon Panetta has canceled a contract with the former Blackwater security firm that allowed the company's operatives to load missiles on Predator drones in Pakistan.

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Sentencing Delayed in US Terror-Funding Case

Posted: 12/11/2009 - An Arizona man facing prison time for lying to authorities in a terrorism-funding investigation could have been a big help to authorities because of his past involvement with a Muslim charity that aided Hamas, an FBI agent testified Friday.

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US, Japan Forge Open Skies Agreement

Posted: 12/11/2009 - The U.S. and Japan reached a landmark agreement Friday to relax limits on flights between the two countries, opening up the possibility of broader cross-border airline alliances and more options for air travelers.

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Asarco Paying $1.8B to Clean Up More than 80 Sites

Posted: 12/10/2009 - Environmental cleanups at more than 80 sites in 19 states will move forward with hundreds of millions of dollars in new funding under settlements with the sale of bankrupt copper miner Asarco LLC, the U.S. Justice Department announced Thursday.

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US Military Deaths in Iraq War at 4,368

Posted: 12/10/2009 - As of Thursday, Dec. 10, 2009, at least 4,368 members of the U.S. military had died in the Iraq war since it began in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count.

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US Military Deaths in Afghanistan Region at 857

Posted: 12/10/2009 - As of Thursday, Dec. 10, 2009, at least 857 members of the U.S. military had died in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Uzbekistan as a result of the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan in late 2001, according to the Defense Department. The department last updated its figures Thursday at 10 a.m. EST.

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Internet Users Lured to Voice Views on Health Bill

Posted: 12/10/2009 - Internet users looking for gift cards and other free merchandise are being steered to Web pages inviting them to send e-mails to Congress expressing their views on President Barack Obama's push to reshape the country's health system.

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NYC Police: Officer Kills Times Square Scammer

Posted: 12/10/2009 - A plainclothes cop chased a scam artist through sidewalks crowded with holiday shoppers and tourists Thursday in the heart of Times Square, killing the suspect near a landmark Broadway hotel after a gunfight that shattered box office and gift shop windows, police said.

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Government Auditors Say Food Traceback Program Flawed

Posted: 12/10/2009 - An independent watchdog agency has uncovered flaws in a crucial part of the nation's rapid-response plan - the ability to trace food to the company it came from during an illness outbreak or bioterrorism attack.

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Debating Wall Street Regulations Not Easy for Dems

Posted: 12/10/2009 - A bipartisan coalition in the House voted late Thursday to make it easier for corporations to engage in complex derivatives trades without government restrictions, eroding the reach of proposed regulations to govern Wall Street.

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Portable Nightlights Recalled Due to Electric Shock Hazard

Posted: 12/10/2009 - OSRAM SYLVANIA Products is recalling 26,000 of its LED Rocketship PalPODzzz™ Portable Nightlights. The bottom plastic cover on the recharging base of the portable nightlight can break, exposing internal electrical components. This poses an electric shock hazard to consumers.

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Experiment to Test Killing 1 Owl to Help Another

Posted: 12/09/2009 - Federal biologists are designing an experiment to see if killing the aggressive barred owl that has invaded old growth forests of the Northwest would help the spotted owl, which is protected.

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House Debates Bank Oversight Changes

Posted: 12/09/2009 - Legislation that would overhaul Wall Street regulations has cleared its first test vote in the House on a nearly party-line vote of 235-177.

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