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Topless Protest for Equal Rights

Posted: 08/22/2011 - A group of people in North Carolina think men and women should have equal rights on the beach.

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Sprinkler Thefts on the Rise in Texas

Posted: 08/22/2011 - Thieves in Texas are targeting sprinklers, but it isn't for water. Instead, police say they're selling the parts for scrap.

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Record Companies Plan Music Downloading Appeal

Posted: 08/22/2011 - Recording industry attorneys are appealing a recent ruling that reduced the amount of money a Minnesota woman must pay for willfully violating the copyrights of 24 songs.

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Police: Man Denies Killing Wife, Her 3 Kids in Va.

Posted: 08/21/2011 - NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) -- A police spokesman in Virginia says a man suspected in the slaying of his wife and her three children denies any involvement in their deaths.

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Rebels on the Move

Posted: 08/21/2011 - TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) -- Even as rebel troops move to the western outskirts of Tripoli, forces opposed to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi are rising up within the capital itself.

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HK Reporters Decry Security During China VP Visit

Posted: 08/20/2011 - HONG KONG (AP) -- Several hundred journalists in Hong Kong have marched to protest what they say was heavy-handed security that restricted their reporting during the visit of a Chinese official earlier this week.

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Feds Resist Control for 2nd Most-abused Pain Drug

Posted: 08/20/2011 - NEW YORK (AP) -- Drug control advocates say the federal government has been dragging its feet for 12 years on whether to restrict the second most-abused medicine in the United States.

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Facebook's Spam Program Catches Activists

Posted: 08/20/2011 - PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Facebook says it's made changes since environmental activists and other people were blocked from posting on like-minded Facebook pages.

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Lightning Forces Power Cut at Indian Point Plant

Posted: 08/20/2011 - NEW YORK (AP) -- Officials at the Indian Point nuclear plant north of New York City say it is operating normally again after a lightning strike disabled one of the plant's three outside power sources for about an hour.

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Speedo Lawsuit

Posted: 08/18/2011 - A New York lifeguard says he lost his job, not because he couldn't perform the duties but because he didn't want to wear a Speedo.

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Groceries to Get More Expensive

Updated: 08/18/2011 - Here's a big issue for families trying to pay the bills in these tough times, groceries are more expensive now.

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