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Pakistan Accused Of Masking Contributions To US Politicians

Posted: 07/20/2011 - The FBI has arrested a man accused of acting as an agent of Pakistan's state intelligence service while funneling roughly $2 million in political contributions in the U.S., prompting one recipient to offer to return money recevied from the suspect.

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Home Building Spikes In June

Posted: 07/19/2011 - Builders broke ground on more single-family homes and apartments in June, as the home-building industry tried to shake off a historically bad spring.

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Study: Safety System Can Prevent Low-speed Crashes

Posted: 07/19/2011 - Auto safety experts say a new type of crash avoidance system can dramatically reduce the frequency and severity of low-speed, rear-end collisions in bumper-to-bumper traffic.

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Study: Healthy Living Can Help Prevent Alzheimer's

Updated: 07/19/2011 - New research suggests that millions of cases of Alzheimer's disease could be prevented by curbing risk factors such as lack of exercise, high blood pressure, smoking and obesity.

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Preventing And Diagnosing Alzheimer's

Posted: 07/19/2011 - New research suggests that millions of cases of Alzheimer's disease could be prevented by curbing risk factors. Also, a link has been made between military veterans and dementia.

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Stage Falls At Ottawa Bluesfest; No Major Injuries

Posted: 07/19/2011 - The main stage at Ottawa Bluesfest collapsed Sunday night during a Cheap Trick concert as a severe thunderstorm sent thousands of people running for cover. Bluesfest said there were no serious injuries.

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Ex-Murdoch Aide Brooks Arrested; Police Chief Out

Posted: 07/18/2011 - The arrest of the 43-year-old Brooks, often described as a surrogate daughter to the 80-year-old Murdoch, brought the British police investigations into the media baron's inner circle for the first time.

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Tour Bus Crash In Western NY Kills 2, Hurts 35

Posted: 07/18/2011 - New York state police say a tour bus heading from Washington, D.C., to Niagara Falls crashed in a wooded median in western New York, killing two people and injuring 35.

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LA Freeway Reopens Ahead Of Schedule

Posted: 07/18/2011 - Drivers honked their horns and waved from car windows as a 10-mile stretch of one of the nation's busiest freeways reopened after bridge work on the Los Angeles roadway was completed ahead of schedule.

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Lead Doctor Says Mubarak Did Not Have Stroke

Posted: 07/18/2011 - A lawyer for Hosni Mubarak said the ousted president had suffered a stroke and was in a coma. But the claim was quickly denied by Mubarak's lead doctor.

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Casey Anthony Freed From Jail Early Sunday

Posted: 07/17/2011 - Casey Anthony has been released from a Florida jail, 12 days after she was acquitted of murder in the death of her 2-year-old daughter.

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Parties Assess Debt Options As Time Runs Short

Posted: 07/17/2011 - Congressional leaders and the Obama administration are weighing their options as time closes in on the deadline for raising the nation's debt ceiling.

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Colo. Woman Accused Of Groping TSA Agent In Ariz.

Posted: 07/16/2011 - Authorities say a Colorado woman who allegedly groped a female Transportation Security Administration agent at Phoenix's international airport is facing a felony count of sexual abuse.

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Obama To Meet With Dalai Lama

Posted: 07/16/2011 - President Barack Obama will meet with the Dalai Lama at the White House on Saturday.

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Lawmakers Move On Rival Tracks

Posted: 07/16/2011 - Faced with the prospect of an unprecedented default, congressional leaders have dropped negotiations on a sweeping deficit-reduction package.

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House Passes Energy Bill $6Billion Below Obama's Request

Posted: 07/15/2011 - The House has signed off on a nearly $31 billion bill to fund Energy Department programs and Army Corps of Engineers water projects. The Republican-crafted bill is almost $6 billion less than what President Barack Obama requested.

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Embattled News Intl CEO Rebekah Brooks Resigns

Updated: 07/15/2011 - Rebekah Brooks has resigned as chief executive of Rupert Murdoch's embattled British newspapers. She is the biggest casualty so far in the phone hacking scandal at a Sunday British tabloid.

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CEO Rebekah Brooks Resigns; News Int'l To Apologize

Updated: 07/15/2011 - Rebekah Brooks has resigned as chief executive of Rupert Murdoch's embattled British newspapers. Meanwhile, James Murdoch says News Int'l will run advertisements in major British newspapers to apologize to the nation for the phone hacking scandal.

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