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Jury: Florida smoker died because of addiction

Updated: 02/13/2009 - The jury that decided a 40-year chain-smoker was helplessly addicted to nicotine must now decide whether tobacco giant Philip Morris owes his family potentially millions of dollars for his death from lung cancer.

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Obama seen likely to hedge on missile defense

Updated: 02/13/2009 - President Barack Obama's go-slow approach to missile defenses in Europe is stirring speculation that he is planning either to deep-freeze the costly project he inherited from the Bush administration or use it as a bargaining chip in broader security talks with Russia.

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In some states, they shoot dogs, don't they?

Updated: 02/13/2009 - In Pennsylvania last year, a warden ordered two kennel operators to examine some of their charges for fleas. Instead, Elmer Zimmerman of Kutztown shot 70 dogs; his brother Ammon, who had a kennel next door, shot 10.

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Obama marriage inspires fascination, imitation

Updated: 02/13/2009 - She's a busy mother of two and a full-time executive at a film distribution company, but sometimes Susan Margolin can't help it: She Googles Barack and Michelle Obama, not to check on his latest policy initiatives, but to see what they're doing as a couple.

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The human diet: high nutrition and cooking

Updated: 02/13/2009 - Richard Wrangham has tasted just about everything that chimpanzees eat in Africa and once considered seeing if he could live on that diet.

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Toyota Cutting US Execs' Pay, Offering Buyouts

Posted: 02/13/2009 - Toyota Motor Corp. is reacting to the slump in U.S. auto sales by further cutting North American production, slashing executives' compensation up to 30 percent and offering buyouts to about 18,000 workers.

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Lawyers: SC officers making arrests in Phelps case

Updated: 02/12/2009 - Authorities in the South Carolina county where Michael Phelps was photographed smoking from a marijuana pipe have been arresting people as they seek to make a case against the superstar swimmer, lawyers for two arrested people said Thursday.

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Obama urges Americans to follow Lincoln's example

Updated: 02/12/2009 - President Barack Obama called on citizens Thursday to follow Abraham Lincoln's example of showing generosity to political opponents and valuing national unity - above all else.

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Pace picking up in Minn. Senate trial

Updated: 02/12/2009 - The judges set out a schedule Thursday for the next three days that indicates they will rule soon on some of the main arguments. Later Thursday, lawyers for Republican Norm Coleman and Democrat Al Franken will argue over the validity of 19 distinct reasons for rejecting voters' absentee ballots.

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Scientists flabbergasted by speedy birds

Updated: 02/12/2009 - Little songbirds cover more than 300 miles a day on their annual migrations, flabbergasting researchers who expected a much slower flight.

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Vegas mayor tells Obama his comments harm city

Updated: 02/12/2009 - The mayor of Las Vegas is telling President Barack Obama in a letter that his comments about companies using taxpayer money to visit Sin City are harmful.

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Economic Stimulus Package on Track for Final Votes

Posted: 02/12/2009 - Congressional leaders ironed out the final details of the $789 billion economic stimulus legislation at the heart of President Barack Obama's recovery plan, resolving a dispute over school construction as they pushed toward a vote in the House on Friday.

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Writer's ancestor relates visit with `Mr. L'

Updated: 02/12/2009 - Nine-year-old Tad Lincoln had just climbed into his father's lap and put on the president's spectacles when the senator from Massachusetts entered the room, bent over and whispered into Lincoln's ear.

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Turning 100, NAACP fights to keep struggle alive

Updated: 02/12/2009 - In 1908, a race riot in Springfield, Ill., left at least seven people dead and led to the birth of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. In 2008, Barack Obama, who had launched his campaign just blocks from where Springfield's blood once spilled, became the first African-American president.

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Body dragged 17 miles on NYC highways

Updated: 02/12/2009 - Police say a person was hit by a car, then swept under a van and dragged nearly 17 miles through New York City before that driver realized it.

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Money low, so US may skip 2010 Shanghai Expo

Updated: 02/12/2009 - Amid the worst recession in decades, U.S. organizers are struggling to raise $61 million for a national pavilion at the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, expected to be the biggest ever.

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