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Survey: Tax cheats don't play well among Americans

Updated: 02/02/2009 - Nearly nine in 10 Americans say it is "not at all" acceptable to cheat on your taxes - a sticky issue for an Obama administration that has nominated two Cabinet officials with tax troubles.

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AP Investigation: Banks Look Overseas For Workers

Updated: 02/02/2009 - Even as the economy collapsed last year and many financial workers found themselves unemployed, the dozen U.S. banks now receiving the biggest rescue packages requested visas for tens of thousands of foreign workers to fill high-paying jobs, according to an Associated Press review of visa applications.

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Google Users Get Bogus Warning On Site Searches

Posted: 01/31/2009 - Computer users doing Google searches during a nearly one-hour period Saturday were greeted with disturbing but erroneous messages that every site turned up in the results might be harmful.

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Cops Check 4 More Arsons In Arson-Plagued Pa. Area

Posted: 01/31/2009 - Authorities said four arson fires reported Saturday "share a commonality" with other intentionally set blazes that have plagued this area outside Philadelphia, but they wouldn't say if they were connected.

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Storm-Struck KY Calls Up Entire Army Nat'l Guard

Posted: 01/31/2009 - Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear has called up all of his Army National Guard troop and some Air National Guard units to get the state back on its feet following a crippling ice storm.

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Geithner, Bernanke Work on $700B Bailout Overhaul

Posted: 01/30/2009 - Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner met with top government officials Friday to refine the administration's plan for overhauling the $700 billion bailout program and improve regulation of the financial system.

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AP Exclusive: Bad peanuts found before outbreak

Updated: 01/30/2009 - The federal government is acknowledging that a shipment of peanuts by the plant linked to a salmonella outbreak contained a "filthy, putrid or decomposed substance" later determined to be metal fragments.

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Casey Anthony's attorneys can see crime scene

Updated: 01/30/2009 - A judge on Friday denied a motion from Casey Anthony's defense attorneys to remove prosecutors from her murder trial but ruled that the defense team can inspect woods where the remains of her slain toddler were found.

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FDA holds safety hearing on 50-year-old painkiller

Updated: 01/30/2009 - Federal health officials convened a public hearing Friday on whether to ban Darvon, a painkiller first approved in 1957, when there were few alternatives for treating pain except aspirin and powerful narcotics.

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Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich Thrown Out of Office

Posted: 01/29/2009 - Gov. Rod Blagojevich was thrown out of office Thursday without a single lawmaker rising in his defense, ending a nearly two-month crisis that erupted with his arrest on charges he tried to sell Barack Obama's vacant Senate seat.

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Obama, first lady visit daughter's school

Updated: 01/29/2009 - A day after President Barack Obama publicly teased local school officials for canceling class because of wintry weather, he and his wife visited their younger daughter's school on Thursday.

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House Passes Economic Stimulus, Prodded by Obama

Posted: 01/28/2009 - In a swift victory for President Barack Obama, the Democratic-controlled House approved a historically huge $819 billion stimulus bill Wednesday night with spending increases and tax cuts at the heart of the young administration's plan to revive a badly ailing economy.

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House Defeats Bill to Delay Digital TV Transition

Posted: 01/28/2009 - Bucking the Obama administration, House Republicans on Wednesday defeated a bill to postpone the upcoming transition from analog to digital television broadcasting to June 12 - leaving the current Feb. 17 deadline intact for now.

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