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Irene FEMA Aid To Put Projects On Hold

Posted: 08/30/2011 - When North Carolina's storm victims apply for federal aid, the government will be forced to postpone existing rebuilding projects.

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Powell Says VP Cheney's Book Takes Cheap Shots

Updated: 08/28/2011 - Former Secretary of State Colin Powell on Sunday dismissed as "cheap shots" the criticism leveled at him and others in Vice President Dick Cheney's memoir.

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NYC Braces For Irene, Will Shutdown Subway And Airports

Updated: 08/27/2011 - The nation's largest subway system and arriving flights at the five main New York City-area airports were preparing to shut down Saturday as Hurricane Irene spun its way up the Eastern Seaboard.

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5 NYC-area Airports To Close To Arriving Flights

Posted: 08/26/2011 - Aviation officials say they'll close the five main New York City-area airports to arriving passenger flights beginning at noon on Saturday because of Hurricane Irene.

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POLL: GOP Voters Feeling Better About Presidential Choices

Updated: 08/29/2011 - Republicans party elders are still grousing about the GOP choices for president - but the voters who will choose the nominee are growing more satisfied with the possibilities with Texas Gov. Rick Perry now in the race.

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Home Of Missing Utah Woman’s Husband Searched

Posted: 08/26/2011 - Two years after a Utah mother vanished, her case has spiraled into a salacious saga of finger-pointing and accusations of sex and lies between two sparring families.

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Cities Where Buying Is Cheaper Than Renting

Posted: 08/26/2011 - A similar scenario is playing out across more and more U.S. cities: homes are as affordable as ever, to the point where buying is cheaper than renting.

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Teen Vaccinations Against Cervical Cancer Lagging

Posted: 08/26/2011 - Only about half of the teenage girls in the U.S. have rolled up their sleeves for a controversial vaccine against cervical cancer — a rate well below those for two other vaccinations aimed at adolescents.

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Workplace Drama Can Damage Your Home Life

Posted: 08/26/2011 - When our colleagues don’t invite us to lunch, gossip about us, are condescending or otherwise rude to us at work, the impact can be so intense that we take our problems home, affecting our families and partners who in turn may also take the stress to their workplaces.

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Parts Of Obama Jobs Package Coming Into Focus

Posted: 08/26/2011 - President Barack Obama is finalizing a jobs package that could include a program to refurbish school buildings nationwide and tax breaks to encourage firms to hire workers.

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5 Years Later, Jena 6 Move On

Posted: 08/26/2011 - This small Louisiana town doesn't look much different than it did five years ago: The same small businesses open their doors six days a week, except for Sundays, when most people head to Jena's many churches.

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Irene Evacuations Spread North; 8 Injured In Fla.

Posted: 08/26/2011 - Evacuation orders widened Thursday to include parts of Maryland, New Jersey, Virginia and more North Carolina counties after the forecast for Irene took a turn for the worse.

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More Cracks Found In Washington Monument

Posted: 08/25/2011 - The National Park Service says engineers have discovered several additional cracks in the top portion of the Washington Monument.

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2 Injured When Jet way Collapses At LAX

Posted: 08/25/2011 - The pilot and a passenger of an American Airlines flight have been injured after falling about 10 feet when the floor board of a jet way collapsed at Los Angeles International Airport.

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CBO: Budget Deficit To Hit $1.28T, Down Slightly

Posted: 08/24/2011 - After months of unrelieved gloom and discord, Congress and President Barack Obama are starting to make a dent in the federal budget deficit. It's projected to shrink slightly to $1.28 trillion this year, and bigger savings from this month's debt ceiling deal are forecast over the next decade.

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Early Alzheimer's Disclosures To Become More Common

Posted: 08/24/2011 - The revelation that Pat Summitt, the 59-year-old women’s basketball coach at the University of Tennessee, not only has Alzheimer’s disease, but plans to continue her career, might seem astounding at first.

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