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Police seek diary of suspect in VaTech killing

Updated: 01/23/2009 - Police want to search the cell phone, computer records and diaries of a Virginia Tech doctoral student accused of decapitating another student in a coffee shop.

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Ex-SC ag official's brother denies horse abuse

Updated: 01/23/2009 - A disbarred lawyer says he and two family members - one a former South Carolina agriculture official - did not starve dozens of horses and should not have been charged.

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Bad Economy Means Struggle On Both Sides Of Border

Updated: 01/22/2009 - Marilu Vargas digs through bargain meats at a Mexican grocery store, trying to slash the budget for her family of seven while considering how much she can spare for relatives back home in Mexico.

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Army: Negligence Caused Soldier's Electrocution

Updated: 01/22/2009 - An Army investigation calls the electrocution death of a U.S. soldier in Iraq "negligent homicide" caused by military contractor KBR Inc. and two of its supervisors.

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Gates Says Iraq Meeting Was Start Of Process

Updated: 01/22/2009 - Defense Secretary Robert Gates says Wednesday's high-level meeting at the White House on how to proceed in Iraq was just the start of an evaluation process of the "various options."

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Senate Confirms Clinton as Secretary of State

Updated: 01/21/2009 - The Senate confirmed Hillary Rodham Clinton as secretary of state Wednesday as President Barack Obama moved to make his imprint on U.S. foreign policy, mobilizing a fresh team of veteran advisers and reaching out to world leaders.

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People line up to get souvenir Obama newspapers

Updated: 01/21/2009 - Large numbers of people queued up at the train station to buy multiple copies of newspapers, seeking souvenir front pages trumpeting Barack Obama's inauguration as president.

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Obama Administration Moves To Suspend Gitmo Trials

Posted: 01/21/2009 - Military judges will consider Wednesday whether to halt the Guantanamo war crimes trials after President Barack Obama ordered prosecutors to request a 120-day suspension during a review of the system used to try suspected terrorists.

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Roberts, Obama Stumble Over Oath Wording

Posted: 01/20/2009 - Both Chief Justice John Roberts and President Barack Obama stumbled slightly over wording of the presidential oath of office on Tuesday, providing a brief awkward moment in an otherwise smooth inauguration ceremony.

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Bush Leaves Note For Obama In Oval Office

Updated: 01/20/2009 - Continuing a White House ritual, President George W. Bush is leaving a note in the Oval Office for President-elect Barack Obama, wishing him well as he takes the reins of the executive branch.

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Top Investigator Almost Quit After First Probe

Updated: 01/20/2009 - The chief investigator into last week's safe splash landing of a jetliner in the Hudson River barely spoke above a whisper when recalling his first major plane crash probe, the one that gave him second thoughts about his career choice.

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Crowds Of 1 Million Or More To Test DC

Updated: 01/20/2009 - Crowds are streaming into the nation's capital before dawn as Washington prepares for the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama.

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