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Mass. wants to halt fund associated with Madoff

Updated: 02/12/2009 - Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin took the first steps Wednesday to stop a company that he calls a "feeder fund" for Bernard Madoff from doing business in the state.

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Toronto Star names Michael Cooke editor

Updated: 02/12/2009 - Michael Cooke, the current editor-in-chief of the Chicago Sun-Times, is leaving the newspaper to become editor of the Toronto Star, Canada's largest newspaper, beginning March 1.

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Obama: Caterpillar will rehire if stimulus passes

Updated: 02/12/2009 - President Barack Obama said Wednesday that heavy-equipment maker Caterpillar has informed him it will rehire some of the thousands of workers it has laid off in recent weeks if Congress passes an economic stimulus bill.

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Negotiations intensify on final stimulus plan

Updated: 02/12/2009 - Negotiators for Congress and the White House have tentatively settled on a $790 billion price tag on President Barack Obama's economic stimulus bill and have restored some the Senate cut from school repair and state aid.

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Police, divers search neighborhood for Fla. girl

Updated: 02/12/2009 - Sheriff's deputies in northern Florida are searching house-to-house for a 5-year-old girl who went missing from her bed. Dive teams are also exploring a nearby river.

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All-Star Tejada pleads guilty to lying to Congress

Updated: 02/12/2009 - All-Star shortstop Miguel Tejada pleaded guilty Wednesday to lying to Congress about the use of performance-enhancing drugs and admitted buying what he believed was human growth hormone.

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Jury Deliberating in Florida Tobacco Trial

Posted: 02/12/2009 - A jury on Thursday began debating whether a man who chain-smoked at least two packs of cigarettes a day for decades was helplessly addicted to nicotine as his widow claimed in a lawsuit seeking damages for his death from tobacco giant Philip Morris.

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Obama Honors Lincoln's Legacy At 'Hallowed Space'

Posted: 02/12/2009 - President Barack Obama stood beneath the flag-draped box where Abraham Lincoln was shot inside Ford's Theatre, honoring the "hallowed space" on the eve of the 16th president's 200th birthday.

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SC lawyer Says Cops Making Arrests In Phelps Case

Posted: 02/12/2009 - Police 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, a lawyer for one arrested person said Thursday.

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With Contrition, Bankers say Bailout Has Helped

Posted: 02/11/2009 - The nation's top bankers came to account for themselves Wednesday to a wary public, displaying a blend of financial might and humility as they pledged to build public trust with greater lending and fewer perks.

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Agreement Announced in Race for Stimulus Bill

Posted: 02/11/2009 - Moving with lightning speed, key lawmakers announced agreement Wednesday on a $789 billion economic stimulus measure designed to create millions of jobs in a nation reeling from recession. President Barack Obama could sign the bill within days.

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Activists To Push Offshore Energy Drilling Ban

Posted: 02/11/2009 - A day after Interior Secretary Ken Salazar ordered a review of offshore oil and gas development, Congress is set to hear from environmental activists and officials from coastal communities who want to continue the ban on offshore drilling.

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Oklahoma Tornado Kills at Least Four

Posted: 02/10/2009 - A large, violent tornado ripped through a southern Oklahoma town late Tuesday evening, killing four people and injuring up to 50, authorities said. Severe weather also caused damage and power outages in metro Oklahoma City and western Texas.

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US relies on states for food safety inspections

Updated: 02/10/2009 - The U.S. government has increasingly relied on food-safety inspections performed by states, where budgets for inspections in many cases have remained stagnant and where overburdened officials are trained less than their federal counterparts and perform skimpier reviews, an Associated Press investigation has found.

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Slain Florida girl Caylee Anthony remembered

Updated: 02/10/2009 - Hundreds of mourners came to memorialize slain Florida toddler Caylee Anthony in a music-filled service Tuesday, months after her disappearance and mother's arrest drew national attention.

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Peanut company in salmonella probe shuts 2nd plant

Updated: 02/10/2009 - The peanut company at the center of an investigation into a deadly national salmonella outbreak said Tuesday it has suspended operations at a second processing plant.

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Man leads LA police on 3-hour chase, shoots self

Updated: 02/10/2009 - An assault suspect led Los Angeles police on a chase in a luxury sedan for more than three hours before shooting himself in the head as he sat in the car surrounded by armed officers, police said. He died hours later.

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SI cover girl Refaeli nudges her swimsuit south

Updated: 02/10/2009 - Sports Illustrated Swimsuit unveiled on 23-year-old Tuesday Refaeli as a first-time cover girl, wearing a string bikini by Missoni - and the strings on the bikini bottom are being tugged south.

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Colonel's secret recipe in new, safer vault at KFC

Updated: 02/10/2009 - Col. Sander's handwritten recipe for fried chicken was back in its Kentucky home Tuesday after five months in hiding while KFC upgraded security around its top corporate secret.

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City Council nixes request for withdrawal of emergency funds

Updated: 02/10/2009 - Fire-plagued Coatesville, Pa., has been racking up a lot of police and fire overtime. And the city manager wanted to withdraw $900,000 from an emergency fund to pay for it. But last night, the city council said "no."

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Washington governor gets called for jury duty

Updated: 02/10/2009 - It's good to be the governor. You get to live in a mansion, meet the president and use your considerable clout to tackle huge problems. But when the jury duty notice arrives, even the state's top elected official has to trudge down to the courthouse.

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Feds wants to tighten access to southern Utah cave

Updated: 02/10/2009 - For nearly a century, southern Utah's largest cave has drawn a mishmash of serious explorers, untrained spelunkers, Boy Scouts, teenage revelers, vandals, litterbugs and drinkers.

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