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FDA Ban on Flavored Cigs Takes Effect

Posted: 09/22/2009 - The new federal ban on flavored cigarettes took effect on Tuesday, marking one of the first visible signs of the Food and Drug Administration's new authority to regulate tobacco.

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No Evidence Found in Dig on Garrido Property

Updated: 09/22/2009 - A dig that began Monday on Philip Garrido's property in Antioch, California has been fruitless so far. Detectives say they are digging in targeted areas where cadaver dogs and scientific equipment indicate the possible presence of human remains.

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New Delay in Sept. 11 Trial at Gitmo

Posted: 09/21/2009 - A military judge has granted the U.S. government's request for another delay in the Sept. 11 war crimes trial at Guantanamo Bay.

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5 Children, Woman Found Dead in Fla. Apartment

Posted: 09/20/2009 - Five young children and their mother were found dead in a Florida apartment, and authorities were searching Sunday for the woman's husband, who had left the country.

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John Travolta May Testify at Bahamas Trial

Posted: 09/20/2009 - Actor John Travolta is among the potential witnesses at a Bahamas trial beginning Monday for two people accused of trying to extort $25 million from the movie star, court officials say.

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Obama Favors Investigation into ACORN's Activities

Posted: 09/20/2009 - President Barack Obama says there deserves to be an investigation into that hidden-camera video involving two employees at the activist group ACORN and a couple posing as a prostitute and her pimp.

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Ex-Aide Says Edwards Fathered Mistress' Child

Posted: 09/19/2009 - A man who once claimed he fathered the child of John Edwards' mistress now says in a book proposal that the former presidential candidate is the baby's father.

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Union Says it Warned About Mental Patient Outings

Posted: 09/19/2009 - Two days after an insane killer escaped from a field trip organized by his mental hospital, the union that represents mental hospital workers said it had become concerned about the type of patients allowed to participate in such outings.

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Did ACORN Get too Big for its Own Good?

Posted: 09/19/2009 - Activist group ACORN started in 1970 to help the poor in Arkansas and quickly went national, growing into a multimillion-dollar conglomerate with a mission so far-flung that schools now bear its name, two radio stations are affiliates and a man it backed is the president. Oh yeah, it's also the unwilling star of a hot Internet video featuring a couple dressed as a hooker and her pimp.

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Police Arrest Suspect in 4 Killings in Central Va.

Posted: 09/19/2009 - A 20-year-old man suspected of killing four people in central Virginia was arrested at an airport Saturday, where he apparently tried to catch a flight to California, authorities said.

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Colorado Man Admits al-Qaida Connection

Posted: 09/18/2009 - A senior U.S. intelligence official says a Colorado man at the center of a terrorism probe has indicated he's associated with al-Qaida and played a key role in a planned terror attack.

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DC Sniper Mastermind's Execution Set for November

Posted: 09/16/2009 - A Virginia judge on Wednesday set a Nov. 10 execution date for John Allen Muhammad, mastermind of the 2002 sniper attacks in the Washington, D.C., area that left 10 dead.

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Feds: Pilot in Crash Had Wrong Radio Frequency

Posted: 09/16/2009 - A federal safety official says the pilot of a plane involved in a mid-air collision over the Hudson River read back the wrong radio frequency to an air traffic controller but wasn't corrected.

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FDIC Names First Winner in Toxic Asset Program

Posted: 09/16/2009 - The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has named the first winning bidder under a test of the government's program to back private purchases of toxic mortgage assets and get them off banks' balance sheets.

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AP Source: NY AG Subpoenas 5 BofA Board Members

Posted: 09/16/2009 - The New York Attorney General's office subpoenaed five members of Bank of America Corp.'s board of directors Wednesday as part of an investigation into the bank's acquisition of Merrill Lynch & Co., according to a personal familiar with the investigation.

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AP Sources: Delay Sought in Gitmo Trials

Posted: 09/16/2009 - The Obama administration is seeking another two-month delay in a handful of key military commission trials of terrorism detainees at Guantanamo Bay.

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