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TV Show Led to Arrest in 4 Thanksgiving Killings

Posted: 01/03/2010 - A secretive motel guest in the Florida Keys checked in under a fake name, paid in cash, stockpiled canned food and insisted on cleaning his own room. He even covered his car - all an attempt, authorities said, to elude police after he was accused of gunning down four relatives at Thanksgiving dinner.

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'Extremely Poor Judgment' Cited in Arenas Gun Saga

Posted: 01/02/2010 - Amid conflicting reports on what happened in the Washington Wizards locker room, the matter clearly goes beyond the team's original statement about Gilbert Arenas storing unloaded guns in his locker.

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Play Yards with Bassinets Recalled Due to Suffocation Hazard

Posted: 12/30/2009 - About 213,000 Safety 1st Disney Care Center and Eddie Bauer Complete Care play yards, manufactured in China and imported by Dorel Juvenile Group Inc. of Columbus, Ind., because the metal bars supporting the floorboard on the bassinet attachment can come out of their fabric sleeves.

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Govt Gives GMAC $3.8 Billion in New Aid

Posted: 12/30/2009 - The government is providing a fresh $3.8 billion cash infusion to stabilize GMAC Financial Services as it struggles with hefty losses in its home mortgage unit.

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Mother Teresa, Gene Autry on Upcoming Stamps

Updated: 12/30/2009 - The post office releases a series of commemorative stamps every year, honoring people, places and institutions. These stamps remain on sale for a limited period and are widely collected.

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Obama: 'A Systemic Failure Has Occurred' in Skies

Updated: 12/30/2009 - President Barack Obama said Tuesday that the intelligence community had bits of information that should have been pieced together that would have triggered "red flags" and possibly prevented the Christmas Day attempted terror attack on a Detroit-bound airliner.

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Rare New Year's Eve 'blue moon' to ring in 2010

Posted: 12/29/2009 - Once in a blue moon there is one on New Year's Eve. Revelers ringing in 2010 will be treated to a so-called blue moon. According to popular definition, a blue moon is the second full moon in a month.

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Home Prices Rise Again in October

Updated: 12/29/2009 - Home prices rose for the fifth month in a row in October, but the recovery continues to be uneven with only 11 of the 20 metro areas tracked showing gains.

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Better Airport Scanners Delayed by Privacy Fears

Updated: 12/29/2009 - High-tech security scanners that might have prevented the Christmas Day attempt to blow up a jetliner have been installed in only a small number of airports around the world, in large part because of privacy concerns over the way the machines see through clothing.

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Obama Friend's Child Injured, Golf Interrupted

Updated: 12/28/2009 - President Barack Obama abruptly ended his golf outing and sped in his motorcade to his compound Monday after he learned a child of a friend was injured while playing on the beach.

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Obama: Security Team to Keep Pressure on Enemies

Posted: 12/28/2009 - President Barack Obama says he has ordered a review of the nation's watchlist system and of its air safety regulations, and has asked his national security team to keep up the pressure on terrorists aiming to attack the U.S.

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AP: Ponzi Collapses More Than Tripled in '09

Posted: 12/28/2009 - It was a rough year for Ponzi schemes. An Associated Press analysis of all 50 states shows that the recession caused nearly four times as many Ponzi scheme collapses in 2009 as there were in 2008.

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Health Bills Nudge US on Long-Term Care Insurance

Posted: 12/28/2009 - A program tucked into health care overhaul legislation in Congress is aimed at "nudging" people into preparing for the future with a long-term care insurance program.

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Man Detained After Causing Disturbance on Flight

Posted: 12/28/2009 - Federal authorities may file charges against an intoxicated passenger who caused a disturbance aboard a Salt Lake City-bound jetliner and was detained by police upon landing.

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Wild Horse Roundup Begins in Nevada Amid Protest

Updated: 12/29/2009 - A two-month capture of about 2,500 wild horses from public and private lands in northern Nevada began Monday amid protests that the roundups are unnecessary and inhumane.

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