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Democrats Try to Gain Momentum in Primary Races

Posted: 08/24/2010 - It's primary day in several states, and although the mid-term congressional elections are more than two months away both parties are fighting for every seat.

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For Gulf Tourism, Problem is Perception - Not Oil

Posted: 08/23/2010 - Officials along the Gulf Coast say tourists are staying away from their beaches and other attractions because they still fear the region is coated in oil. Experts say that perception could take years to overcome and cost billions of dollars.

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Mosque Controversy Hits the Streets of New York

Posted: 08/23/2010 - Protestors took to the streets of New York Sunday, both to support and oppose the construction of an Islamic community center a few blocks from the site of the September 11th attacks. The project has been approved by planners, but some feel the location is insensitive.

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Bill Would Give OK to 'Ne-VAH-da' Pronunciation

Posted: 08/22/2010 - CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - The misuse of one little vowel frustrates a lot of Nevadans who get irritated by the mispronunciation of the state's name - using an "ah" instead of "a."

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Women Bare Breasts in Protest

Posted: 08/22/2010 - People participate in nationwide movement for women to be able to be bare chested in public just like men

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Feinberg Says No-Sue Requirement Was His Idea

Posted: 08/22/2010 - NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The new administrator for claims by Gulf oil spill victims says it was his idea, not BP's, to require that anyone who receives a final settlement from the $20 billion compensation fund give up the right to sue the oil giant.

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NY Mosque Imam: US Rights in Line With True Islam

Updated: 08/22/2010 - MANAMA, Bahrain (AP) - The imam spearheading plans for an Islamic center near the New York site of the Sept. 11 attacks says America's sweeping constitutional rights are more in line with Islamic principles than the limits imposed by some Muslim nations.

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"Illegal Intrusion" part 3: Arizona's Controversial Law

Updated: 08/21/2010 - Some feel lawmakers in Arizona were forced to act against illegal immigration because the federal government is failing to protect the border. Others say the Arizona law is, simply, unconsitutional.

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Signs the American Economy is Still Down

Posted: 08/20/2010 - UNDATED (AP) - It's another potentially troubling sign that the economy isn't coming back quickly enough for a lot of Americans.

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DC Tourists Differ on President's Religion

Posted: 08/20/2010 - A Pew Research poll suggesting a growing number of Americans believe President Barack Obama is Muslim or don't know what religion he practices is reflected among tourists visiting the nation's capital.

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