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Mourners Pay Respects To Slain Pittsburgh Officers

Posted: 04/06/2009 - Police, friends and family on Monday paid their respects to one of three officers allegedly killed by a gunman whose postings on a white supremacist Web site have come under scrutiny.

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Man Nabbed After Plane Taken From Canada To MO

Posted: 04/06/2009 - The suspected pilot of a plane stolen from Canada and flown into the U.S. trailed by fighter jets was captured Monday night near the rural stretch of road in Missouri where he landed.

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Recession Outlasts Even Extended Jobless Benefits

Posted: 04/05/2009 - In the coming weeks and months, hundreds of thousands of jobless Americans will exhaust their unemployment benefits, just when it's never been harder to find a job.

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Media Coverage of Returning War Dead Allowed

Posted: 04/05/2009 - The Air Force says the media will be allowed to cover the arrival Sunday of an airman killed overseas, the first such opportunity since the Obama administration overturned an 18-year-old ban on news coverage of returning war dead

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FBI Suspects Link Between Truckers, Serial Killers

Posted: 04/05/2009 - The FBI suspects there's a link between long-haul truckers and serial killers, and runs a national program to track murders along popular trucking routes, according to a newspaper report.

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Monson: Protesters Shouldn't Discourage Faithful

Posted: 04/05/2009 - Mormon church President Thomas S. Monson says Latter-day Saints should not be discouraged by those who may malign or ridicule the church as it seeks to uphold its moral values in a changing world.

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Treasury Chief Put Bank CEOs on Notice if Bailout

Posted: 04/05/2009 - Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says banks needing "exceptional assistance" in the future may have to swap out their executives in exchange for government aid.

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Police Official: 3 Officers Killed in PA. Shooting

Posted: 04/04/2009 - A man opened fire on officers during a domestic disturbance call Saturday morning, killing three of them, a police official said. Friends said he recently had been upset about losing his job and that he feared the Obama administration was poised to ban guns.

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Police Chief: Binghamton Gunman Wore Body Armor

Posted: 04/04/2009 - The gunman who killed 13 people at an immigrant aid center and then committed suicide was wearing body armor, indicating he had been prepared "to take the police on," the Binghamton chief said Saturday.

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Intel Chief Replacing Inspector General

Posted: 04/03/2009 - National Intelligence Director Dennis Blair is replacing the agency's inspector general with his own pick, an attorney from the Justice Department, according to U.S. intelligence officials.

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Unemployment Soars to 8.5 Percent; 13M Now Jobless

Updated: 04/04/2009 - Unemployment zoomed to 8.5 percent last month, the highest in a quarter-century, as employers axed 663,000 more workers and pushed the nation's jobless ranks past 13 million. The hard times were only expected to get harder - a painful 10 percent jobless rate before long.

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House Approves Budget Blueprint

Posted: 04/02/2009 - The Democratic-controlled House approved a budget blueprint drawn to President Barack Obama's specifications Thursday and the Senate hastened to follow suit after administration allies rejected alternatives from liberals and conservatives alike.

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Blago Indicted

Posted: 04/02/2009 - A sweeping 19-count federal indictment alleges that Rod Blagojevich discussed with aides the possibility of getting a Cabinet post in the new president's administration, substantial fundraising assistance or a high-paying job in exchange for the Senate seat.

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Vick Lines Up Construction Job For When He Gets Out Of Prison

Posted: 04/02/2009 - NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) - A lawyer for suspended NFL star Michael Vick told a bankruptcy court Thursday that the former Atlanta Falcons quarterback has lined up a $10-an-hour construction job for when he gets out of prison.

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Reds Fans Boo Cincinnati Mayor At Spring Training Game

Posted: 04/02/2009 - SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) - Fans booed the mayor before Cincinnati's Florida finale Thursday, and the Reds wrapped up a dozen years in Sarasota with a 6-5 loss to a Pittsburgh Pirates split squad that was notable for Edinson Volquez's sluggish start.

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Obama Hails Summit 'Turning Point' - No Guarantees

Updated: 04/02/2009 - Concluding his first international summit, President Barack Obama hailed agreements at the emergency meeting of world powers Thursday as a "turning point in our pursuit of global economic recovery." But he cautioned, "There are no guarantees."

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