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Fed Scales Back Emergency Lending Programs

Posted: 06/25/2009 - The Federal Reserve says it is cutting back several of the emergency lending programs it announced last fall at the height of the financial crisis.

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Holder Tells Congress New Hate Crime Law Needed

Posted: 06/25/2009 - Attorney General Eric Holder urged Congress Thursday to pass a new hate crimes law which would allow the federal government to prosecute cases of violence based on sexual orientation, gender or disability.

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Man Charged with Murdering 4 at Kansas Home

Posted: 06/25/2009 - A 37-year-old man has been charged with murder in the shooting deaths of four people, including a 3-year-old girl and the child's mother.

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Buffett Enjoys $2.1 Million Lunch with Investor

Posted: 06/24/2009 - It's extremely unlikely billionaire Warren Buffett would ever pay $2.1 million for lunch, because the Omaha investor prefers hamburgers and Cherry Cokes.

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TARP Chief Sees Sun Peeking Through Economic Storm

Posted: 06/24/2009 - The new manager of the government's $700 billion bank bailout program says he sees signs the economy is on the mend even though high unemployment and falling home prices remain a threat.

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`Tonight' Sidekick Ed McMahon Dies in LA at 86

Posted: 06/23/2009 - Ed McMahon, the loyal "Tonight Show" sidekick who bolstered boss Johnny Carson with guffaws and a resounding "H-e-e-e-e-e-ere's Johnny!" for 30 years, died early Tuesday. He was 86.

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Obama Talks Tougher on Iran Violence

Posted: 06/23/2009 - President Barack Obama on Tuesday declared the United States and the entire world "appalled and outraged" by Iran's violent efforts to crush dissent, a clear toughening of his rhetoric as Republican critics at home pound him as being too passive.

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SC Governor to Return to Work After Mystery Trip

Posted: 06/23/2009 - South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford will cut short a secretive Appalachian Trail hike and return to work Wednesday after revelations he'd been gone for four days with no contact with his staff, wife or state leaders.

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Window Opens on Fateful Days of Nixon Presidency

Posted: 06/23/2009 - When the Watergate scandal grew into a full-bore crisis unraveling Richard Nixon's presidency, aides hatched a "game plan" to save him. The idea: Convince lawmakers that the Watergate prosecutor was a zealot holding a "pistol to the head" of the president.

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Obama Signs Anti-Smoking Bill, Cites Own Struggle

Posted: 06/22/2009 - President Barack Obama cited his own long struggle to quit the cigarettes he got hooked on as a teenager as he signed the nation's strongest-ever anti-smoking bill Monday and praised it for providing critically needed protections for kids.

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Obama Announces Agreement with Drug Companies

Updated: 06/22/2009 - President Barack Obama says the pharmaceutical industry's agreement to help close a gap in Medicare's drug coverage will make health care overhaul more possible.

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New HIV Map Finds Cases Heavy in the South

Posted: 06/22/2009 - A new internet data map offers a first-of-its-kind, county-level look at HIV cases in the U.S. and finds the infection rates tend to be highest in the South

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Kodak is taking Kodachrome away

Updated: 06/22/2009 - The Eastman Kodak Co. announced Monday it's retiring its most senior film because of declining customer demand in an increasingly digital age.

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Chaplain Dies 5 Years After Being Wounded in Iraq

Posted: 06/21/2009 - The Rev. Tim Vakoc, a Minnesota priest who was gravely wounded by a roadside bomb in Iraq five years ago, has died, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis said Sunday. He was 49.

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Report: Violence Common Among Scientology Managers

Posted: 06/21/2009 - The leader of the Church of Scientology struck his subordinates numerous times and set an example for physical violence among the tightly controlled religion's management team, four former high-ranking executives told a newspaper for a story published Sunday.

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Greener Diet Reduces Dairy Cows' Methane Burps

Posted: 06/21/2009 - Vermont dairy farmers Tim Maikshilo and Kristen Dellert, mindful of shrinking their carbon footprint, have hanged their cows' diet to reduce the amount of gas the animals urp - dairy cows' contribution to global warming.

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Tour Bus Carrying Football Team Collides with SUV

Posted: 06/21/2009 - Officials say a tour bus carrying a semi-professional football team from Canada crashed into a sport utility vehicle in northeastern Indiana. One person is dead.

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Government Asks to Dismiss Geronimo Lawsuit

Posted: 06/21/2009 - The U.S. Justice Department is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by descendants of Apache leader Geronimo, whose remains were purported to be stolen by members of a secret society at Yale University.

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Palin Spars with Critics over Ethics Complaints

Posted: 06/21/2009 - Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says her political enemies are abusing state law with a flurry of frivolous ethics complaints against her, putting her more than $500,000 in legal debt.

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NY Governor Orders Gridlocked Senate to Meet

Posted: 06/21/2009 - Unsatisfied with New York senators' efforts to resolve their paralyzing power dispute, Gov. David Paterson is ordering a special session beginning Tuesday.

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