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Two Killed By Mississippi Tornado

Posted: 04/24/2010 - The mayor of a Mississippi town says a tornado that ripped through the rural area has killed two people.

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Candidate For Obama's Old U.S. Senate Seat Undaunted

Posted: 04/24/2010 - Illinois Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias appears undaunted by the shuttering of his family's bank, saying his bid to keep President Barack Obama's old Senate seat in Democratic hands will move forward with renewed purpose.

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Condemned Killer In Utah Could Face Firing Squad

Posted: 04/23/2010 - A condemned killer appears headed for a date with death in Utah that could see him sit before a firing squad and re-ignite protests over an antiquated, Old West-style of justice.

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SEC Employees Watched Porn As Economy Collapsed

Updated: 04/23/2010 - An agency watchdog says senior employees of the Securities and Exchange Commission spent hours surfing pornographic websites on government-issued computers while they were being paid to police the financial system.

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BLAGO: Put Obama On The Stand

Posted: 04/22/2010 - Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich asked a federal judge Thursday to issue a subpoena for President Obama to testify as a witness at his corruption trial.

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Former Blackwater Head Can Remain Free

Posted: 04/22/2010 - The former president of North Carolina security firm Blackwater can remain free as he and four others await trial on weapons charges.

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Earth Day Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Updated: 04/22/2010 - Thursday is the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. Locally, students at ECU and Croatan High School plan activities to raise awareness and make a difference. *Also Top 10 Earth Day photos slideshow.

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Roethlisberger To Be Suspended 6 Games

Updated: 04/21/2010 - Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has been suspended for six games without pay for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.

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Majority Opposes Legalization Of Marijuana

Updated: 04/20/2010 - Most Americans still oppose legalizing marijuana but larger majorities believe pot has medical benefits and the government should allow its use for that purpose, according to a poll released Tuesday.

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Leading 1960's Civil Rights Activist Dies

Posted: 04/20/2010 - Dorothy Height, who as longtime president of the National Council of Negro Women was the leading female voice of the 1960s civil rights movement, has died.

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