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Storms Batter Midwest; At Least Four Dead

Posted: 05/08/2009 - Powerful thunderstorms and tornadoes battered parts of the Midwest on Friday, leaving four people dead, collapsing a church and knocking out power to thousands, authorities said.

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Trolleys Collide in Boston; 50 Hurt

Posted: 05/08/2009 - A trolley rear-ended another trolley that was stopped between two underground stations in downtown Boston on Friday night, injuring about 50 people, and one of the conductors told police he was texting at the time of the crash, officials said.

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1st Medals for Mettle Recipient

Posted: 05/08/2009 - A follow up on a program that tries to bring encouragement to local patients battling severe illness. A high school sophomore is Northern Nevada’s first recipient.

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White House Aide Resigns Over NYC Flyover

Posted: 05/08/2009 - A top White House aide resigned Friday for his role in Air Force One's $328,835 photo-op flyover above New York City that sparked panic and flashbacks to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

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Bill Would Recognize Native Hawaiians

Posted: 05/07/2009 - Hawaii's congressional delegation has reintroduced a bill from 2007 that seeks to give federal recognition to Native Hawaiians.

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Wesleyan Shooting Suspect Surrenders

Updated: 05/07/2009 - The man who Connecticut police say stalked and killed a Wesleyan University student has surrendered at a convenience store after seeing his photo on the front page of a newspaper.

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Senate Votes on Mortgage Switch

Posted: 05/06/2009 - Trying to curb home foreclosures, the Senate voted on Wednesday to make it easier for homeowners with risky credit to switch to a lower-cost mortgage backed by the government.

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President Signs Off on Budget Cuts

Posted: 05/06/2009 - After a line-by-line scrub of the federal budget, President Barack Obama has signed off on a roster of 121 budget cuts totaling $17 billion - or about one-half of 1 percent of the $3.4 trillion budget Congress has approved for next year.

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Ice Jams Cause Alaska Flooding

Posted: 05/06/2009 - Ice jams caused flooding on Alaska's Yukon River on Wednesday, inundating the city of Eagle while floating ice chunks the size of homes knocked several buildings off their foundations.

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Joe the Plumber Vows Not to Allow Kids Near Gays

Posted: 05/06/2009 - Samuel Wurzelbacher, the Ohio man hailed as "Joe the Plumber" by Republican John McCain's presidential campaign last year, said he believes gays are "queer" and said he won't allow them near his children.

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NY Legislature Approves Transit Bailout

Posted: 05/06/2009 - The state Legislature on Wednesday approved a bailout of New York City's mass transit system, helping to limit subway and bus fare increases to only a quarter.

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Obama Slashing Yucca Mountain Funding in 2010

Updated: 05/07/2009 - President Barack Obama's 2010 budget is seeking $197 million for the nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain, the lowest level of funding since the federal Energy Department began studying the site in 1983.

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Former NBA Star Wins Detroit Mayorship

Posted: 05/05/2009 - Basketball legend Dave Bing was elected Tuesday as Detroit's mayor through the end of the year, sweeping the incumbent from office in the city with myriad problems.

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Navy Cancels Deployment Because of Swine Flu

Posted: 05/05/2009 - The U.S. Navy says it has canceled the deployment of a ship and ordered its entire crew to be treated with anti-viral drugs after a crew member's illness was confirmed as swine flu.

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Texan Dies of Swine Flu; Mexico Ready for Business

Updated: 03/11/2011 - Mexico emerged from its swine flu isolation Tuesday as thousands of newspaper vendors, salesmen hawking trinkets and even panhandlers dropped their protective masks and joined the familiar din of traffic horns and blaring music on the streets of the capital.

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Texas Woman Dies; Had Swine Flu

Posted: 05/05/2009 - Texas health officials on Tuesday announced the first death of a U.S. resident with swine flu, and said she was a 33-year-old schoolteacher who had recently given birth to a healthy baby.

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Justice Department: No Charges for Bush Officials in Torture Cases

Posted: 05/05/2009 - Bush administration lawyers who approved harsh interrogation techniques of terror suspects should not face criminal charges, Justice Department investigators say in a draft report that recommends two of the three attorneys face possible professional sanctions.

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More Investors Looking for Government Lending

Posted: 05/05/2009 - Demand surged this month from investors seeking to participate in a government program aimed at jump-starting lending to consumers and small businesses.

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