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Boy Jumps to Death From Apartment

Posted: 04/15/2009 - A friend says a 9-year-old New York City boy might have been imitating a video game character when he apparently made a plastic parachute and jumped to his death from his apartment building's roof.

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Justice Department Pulls Some Surveillance

Posted: 04/15/2009 - The Justice Department has reined in electronic surveillance by the National Security Agency after finding the agency had improperly accessed American phone calls and e-mails.

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Washington State Considering Same-Sex Rights

Posted: 04/15/2009 - Same-sex domestic partners would have all the rights and benefits that Washington state offers married couples under a bill passed Wednesday by the state Legislature.

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US Sailors Who Thwarted Pirates Fly Home to US

Posted: 04/15/2009 - The U.S. merchant seamen who seized their ship back from Somali pirates flew homeward Wednesday to join their grateful families and await the skipper freed after five days held hostage.

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Midwest Flooding Still Concerns

Posted: 04/14/2009 - Faced with the threat of a major flood, the mayor of Valley City called Tuesday for the evacuation of sick and elderly residents, as well as those living in low-lying areas, so that emergency crews could focus on trying to hold back the swollen Sheyenne River.

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Southwest Border Czar Named

Posted: 04/14/2009 - A former Justice Department official has been picked to be the Southwest border czar - a new position created by the Obama administration to handle illegal immigration and border issues, according to an administration official.

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Blagojevich Pleads Not Guilty

Posted: 04/14/2009 - Ousted Gov. Rod Blagojevich pleaded not guilty to racketeering and fraud charges Tuesday, defiantly embarking on a long journey to clear his name but facing serious money problems and without a team of lawyers in place.

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Homeland Security Warns of Potential Threat

Posted: 04/14/2009 - Homeland Security officials are warning that right-wing extremists could use the bad state of the U.S. economy and the election of the country's first black president to recruit members to their cause.

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Cessna Pilot Takes Over Jet When Pilot Collapses

Posted: 04/13/2009 - Doug White and his family had just enjoyed a smooth takeoff and were ascending through the clouds when the pilot guiding their twin-engine plane tilted his head back and made a guttural sound.

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Minnesota Court: Franken Beat Coleman

Posted: 04/13/2009 - A Minnesota court confirmed Monday that Democrat Al Franken won the most votes in his 2008 Senate race against Republican Norm Coleman, who immediately announced plans to appeal the decision.

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North Dakota Dikes Reinforced

Posted: 04/13/2009 - Earthmoving equipment and National Guard helicopters hauled sand Monday to reinforce leaky dikes that led to evacuations of two parts of town threatened by the Sheyenne River, the latest North Dakota stream to rise above its banks.

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Obama Promises Look at US Options to Combat Piracy

Posted: 04/13/2009 - The United States is considering new strategies in the aftermath of the high-seas hostage drama, including adding Navy gunships along the Somali coastline and launching a campaign to disable pirate "mother ships."

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Twitter Tormented by Nettlesome Computer Program

Posted: 04/13/2009 - A nettlesome computer program that tormented Twitter over the weekend is another reminder of the challenges facing the rapidly growing online communications service.

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Suspect's Family Shocked in Slain Girl Case

Posted: 04/12/2009 - Relatives of a woman jailed on suspicion of killing a Northern California girl say the accusations against her do not sound like the person they know.

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Obama Puppy Pick

Updated: 04/13/2009 - It's decided: the Obamas have chosen a 6-month-old Portuguese water dog to be the first pet.

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Lawyers Question Evidence in Levy Case

Posted: 04/11/2009 - There are plenty of witnesses in the case against an imprisoned Salvadoran immigrant accused of killing former D.C. intern Chandra Levy - the ex-girlfriend who says she was beaten, other women he's convicted of attacking and a man believed to be a fellow inmate.

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Maersk President: Crew Must Remain Aboard

Posted: 04/11/2009 - The president of the company that owns the American ship seized this week by Somalian pirates says that even though the vessel is safely back in port, the crew members must remain aboard for a while.

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Retired Pa. Priest Hits Churchgoers, 1 Dies

Posted: 04/11/2009 - The pastor of a western Pennsylvania church says a retired priest is in a state of shock and in need of prayers after police and witnesses said he drove into a group of churchgoers following a Good Friday service, killing an elderly woman and injuring four other people

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3 Dead, 1 Critically Hurt in La. Home Invasion

Posted: 04/11/2009 - Gunmen in dark clothes kicked down an apartment door in a troubled New Orleans-area neighborhood and opened fire, killing two children and a woman, authorities said.

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Officials: FBI Launches Criminal Piracy Probe

Posted: 04/11/2009 - FBI agents are investigating the Somali pirates who hijacked a U.S. ship and are holding its captain hostage, U.S. officials said Saturday, raising the possibility of federal charges against the men if they are captured.

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