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Gates Announces Army Being Increased by 22,000

Posted: 07/20/2009 - Defense Secretary Robert Gates has announced that the size of the Army is being increased by 22,000 to help meet deployment needs around the world.

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Top Black Scholar Arrested in Mass., Claims Racism

Posted: 07/20/2009 - Black scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. is accusing a Massachusetts police department of racism after being arrested while trying to get into his locked home near Harvard University.

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US: 4 US Troops Die in Afghanistan

Posted: 07/20/2009 - NATO says four more Americans have been killed in Afghanistan, making July the deadliest month ever for U.S. troops in this war.

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Families, Va Tech Survivors Oppose US Gun Measure

Posted: 07/20/2009 - Some survivors and families of Virginia Tech shooting victims are asking their U.S. senators to reject a proposed national standard for carrying concealed weapons.

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Watchdog: Treasury Bailout Disclosure Falls Short

Posted: 07/20/2009 - The government's main watchdog over the federal financial bailout says the Treasury Department has repeatedly failed to adopt recommendations aimed at making the $700 billion program more accountable and transparent.

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New Charges, Rewards in Drug War

Posted: 07/20/2009 - The US government has filed new charges against top Mexican drug suspects and offered a total of $50 million in rewards for their capture.

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Witness Misidentifies Preacher in Sex-Abuse Trial

Posted: 07/20/2009 - A woman whose sister was an alleged victim of evangelist Tony Alamo (uh-LAH'-moh) has misidentified the preacher at his sex-crimes trial and is offering jurors a different account of how her sister came to "marry" him.

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Police: Rampage that Killed 6 Began in Ala.

Posted: 07/20/2009 - A Tennessee man beat an acquaintance to death in Alabama before continuing his rampage across the state line some 30 miles north, where he killed his wife, three of her relatives and a neighbor, authorities said Monday.

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Palin: Alaska Tour is Thanks, Not Goodbye

Posted: 07/19/2009 - She was greeted like a rock star in Unalakleet, a fishing village on the Bering Sea. She danced with Eskimos in Kotzebue. And she watched grizzlies at a wildlife sanctuary on the Kenai Peninsula.

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Soldier Held in Afghanistan is 23-Year-Old Idahoan

Posted: 07/19/2009 - A soldier from Idaho who disappeared from his base in Afghanistan has been captured, the Pentagon confirmed Sunday, a day after he was seen in a Taliban video posted online.

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Slain Couple's Daughter to Care for 13 Children

Posted: 07/19/2009 - The adult daughter of a slain Florida couple known for adopting 13 special needs children says she is moving into her parents' home to take care of the children.

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Big wave of Pa. Jobless Exhausts Benefits Checks

Posted: 07/18/2009 - Thousands of jobless Pennsylvanians are joining the growing ranks of people around the country who are exhausting unemployment benefits, as some experts worry about another blow to a stumbling economy.

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Obama Offers Support to Indonesia's President

Posted: 07/18/2009 - President Barack Obama has called Indonesia's leader to express support for the Indonesian government and people after suicide attacks at two hotels killed seven people.

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Woman Dies on Tour When Hit By Police Motorcycle

Posted: 07/18/2009 - A woman crossing the road during the Tour de France was killed Saturday when she was hit by a police motorcycle escorting riders. Two other fans were injured after the motorcycle skidded into them.

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Key NY Senate Coup Figure Gets Back Chairmanship

Posted: 07/15/2009 - A Democratic New York state senator who was stripped of a committee chairmanship after he was charged with assaulting his girlfriend has been quietly reappointed to the job.

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Army: Soldiers in Slayings Faced Intense Combat

Posted: 07/15/2009 - Soldiers from a Colorado unit accused in nearly a dozen slayings since returning home - including a couple gunned down as they put up a garage sale sign - could be showing a hostility fueled by intense combat in Iraq, where the troops suffered heavy losses and told of witnessing war crimes, the military said Wednesday.

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