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NC City Fining Campaigns For Leftover Signs

Posted: 11/17/2008 - Political candidates are being held responsible for leftover campaign signs found on public property along roads and sidewalks in one North Carolina city.

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Fed Ex Rates Going Up

Posted: 11/17/2008 - With the arrival of the new year, will come new, increased prices from federal express.

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Sears Brings Back Layaway Program

Posted: 11/17/2008 - With consumers concerned over the current credit crunch, retailers are looking to the past for a way to entice shoppers this holiday season.

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Gobbling Up More Green This Thanksgiving

Updated: 11/17/2008 - With Thanksgiving just ten days away, one group is telling us the cost of this year's feast will be a little bit higher than last Thanksgiving. But, it's still a good bargain.

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Female Sex Offender In Georgia Ordered To Move

Updated: 11/17/2008 - Wendy Whitaker was forced to move from her home, because it was located near a church daycare, due to a consensual sex act she performed on a 15-year-old boy when she was 17.

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First In Line No Guarantee For Inaugural Tickets

Updated: 11/25/2008 - Even if your member of Congress has declared a first-come, first-served policy on handing out hard-to-get tickets to Barack Obama's presidential swearing-in, be aware "first" doesn't necessarily mean number one in line.

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Will Obama Suffer From Blackberry Withdrawal?

Updated: 11/16/2008 - Before he ran for president Barack Obama quit smoking. Now that he's won the job, he may have to break another addiction: Checking his BlackBerry for e-mail.

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Auto Bailout Could Have To Wait

Posted: 11/16/2008 - A vote could come as early as Wednesday on an effort by Senate Democrats to provide a bailout for the U.S. auto industry.

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Giuliani Mulls Running For Governor Of NY

Updated: 11/16/2008 - Rudy Giuliani said Sunday he will consider running for governor of New York and isn't ruling out a second attempt at the U.S. presidency.

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Iraq's Cabinet Agrees To Three More Years For U.S. Troops

Posted: 11/16/2008 - Iraq's Cabinet on Sunday approved a security pact with the United States that will allow American forces to stay in Iraq for three years after their U.N. mandate expires at the end of the year.

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Top Republicans Oppose Automaker Bailout

Updated: 11/16/2008 - Top Republican senators said they will oppose a Democratic plan to bail out Detroit automakers, calling the U.S. industry a "dinosaur" whose "day of reckoning" is coming.

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America's Unhealthiest City? Huntington, West Virginia

Updated: 11/16/2008 - Huntington's economy has withered, its poverty rate is worse than the national average, and vagrants haunt a downtown riverfront park. But this city's financial woes are not nearly as bad as its health.

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