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Oil chiefs urge offshore drilling

Updated: 02/25/2009 - Executives of the biggest oil companies are telling Congress that expanded drilling off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts will produce needed oil and gas and generate thousands of jobs.

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Court rules for Utah city in religious marker case

Updated: 02/25/2009 - The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that a small religious group cannot force a city in Utah to place a granite marker in a local park that already is home to a Ten Commandments display.

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Troops to leave Iraq in 18 months, officials say

Updated: 02/25/2009 - President Barack Obama is expected to order all U.S. combat troops to leave Iraq by August of next year, administration officials said, closing the door on a war that has led to the deaths of at least 4,250 members of the U.S. military.

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Sheriff who probed Phelps ready for `pot shots'

Updated: 02/25/2009 - The South Carolina sheriff who investigated Michael Phelps after he was photographed smoking from a marijuana pipe is joking about the uproar it caused, but standing by his decision to probe the superstar swimmer.

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Bodies of 2 teen Ky. hunters found in lake

Updated: 02/25/2009 - A coroner says two bodies found in a western Kentucky lake are two teenage hunters who have been missing since their boat sank last month.

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Octuplet mom fears hospital may not release babies

Updated: 02/25/2009 - Nadya Suleman appears to have bigger worries than taking care of her 14 children. Talk show host Dr. Phil McGraw says she may have to prove she can handle the load, or else have hospital officials withhold her newborn octuplets.

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No more lunch bills: Schools go after deadbeats

Updated: 02/25/2009 - A cold cheese sandwich, fruit and a milk carton might not seem like much of a meal - but that's what's on the menu for students in New Mexico's largest school district without their lunch money.

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The 21st-century fireside chat: Did Obama connect?

Updated: 02/25/2009 - At a harrowing national moment, Franklin D. Roosevelt commandeered the young airwaves for a "fireside chat" with the American people - a candid talk about big troubles and how to fix them. He was confident and strong, a father figure to a nation that was losing its way.

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Wisconsin ice fishing contest ends with big switch

Updated: 02/25/2009 - Lee Shehow had a whopper of a fish tale. Shehow, of New Richmond, claimed to have won Saturday's ice fishing contest on Bass Lake in Somerset after pulling up a northern pike weighing 2.42 pounds.

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Cops hit wall in hunt for LA serial killer

Updated: 02/25/2009 - They have a sample of his DNA, a description from a survivor and a $500,000 reward, but detectives investigating the city's most notorious serial killer have hit a wall.

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EPA chief reconsidering ship ballast permit

Updated: 02/25/2009 - The new head of the Environmental Protection Agency says the Obama administration will reconsider rules that critics say do too little to prevent cargo ships from dumping invasive species into the nation's waterways.

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Montana horse slaughterhouse bill moves forward

Updated: 02/25/2009 - The Montana House of Representatives strongly endorsed a bill that paves the way for construction of a horse slaughterhouse in Montana and aims to bring the industry back to the United States.

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Tylenol victims' families wait for break, again

Updated: 02/25/2009 - Michelle Rosen hoped a Boston-area FBI raid this month meant she might finally be able to stop wondering if the grocery bagger or the gardener down the block could be responsible for killing her mother and six others who swallowed cyanide-laced Tylenol decades ago.

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Texas Peanut Butter Contains Salmonella

Posted: 02/24/2009 - Tests have confirmed that peanut butter made from peanuts processed at a Texas plant contains the same strain of salmonella blamed for sickening hundreds in a national outbreak, federal officials said Tuesday.

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Senator Burris Refuses to Step Down Despite Plea

Posted: 02/24/2009 - Sen. Roland Burris refused to resign on Tuesday, rebuffing a call from the Senate's No. 2 Democrat, who argued that the embattled Illinois lawmaker has little hope next year of winning the seat vacated by President Barack Obama.

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Recession raining on Mardi Gras fun? Fat chance

Updated: 02/24/2009 - The economic downturn couldn't overshadow the Mardi Gras revelry Tuesday as partiers jostled for beads on parade routes and the French Quarter swelled with boozy fun and masked crowds.

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