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US News: Denver Hit-and-Run Kills 2 Children; Anne Frank's Tree

Posted: 03/24/2013 - 2 children killed in Denver hit-and-run... Marines ID gunman, 2 victims in Va. base shooting... Man killed in Texas called suspect in Colo slaying... Miner killed in cave-in just missed death in 2007... Saplings from Anne Frank (the Jewish teenager hiding in Amsterdam during WWII from the Nazis)'s tree take root in US...

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World News: US-Cuba Relations May Change; Cyprus Tries to Finish Financial Plan

Posted: 03/24/2013 - Key US decision on Cuba terror-designation coming and possible changes in US-Cuba relations... Obama affirms Israel's ancient biblical roots... Cyprus racing to complete alternative financial rescue plan... Israel says Syria reason for restoring Turkey ties... Rebels seize air defense base in southern Syria... Hailstorms kill 12 people in southern China... Ukrainian capital paralyzed by snowstorm...

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The Two Living Popes Meet and Discuss Their Historical Relationship

Posted: 03/24/2013 - Pope Francis tells Benedict: "We're brothers" ... Benedict's resignation paved the way for the first pope from Latin America, the first Jesuit, and the first to call himself Francis after the 13th century friar who devoted himself to the poor, nature and working for peace.

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3 Dead, Including Suspect, In Marine Base Shooting

Updated: 03/22/2013 - A base spokesman says the suspect in a shooting at Marine Base Quantico in Virginia has been found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound along with a second victim.

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Kentucky: Banned From Saying Bingo!

Updated: 03/21/2013 - A Northern Kentucky teenager has been banned from saying the word "Bingo" after shouting it in a Bingo hall, which created some confusion and anxiety.

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Future of the Astrodome

Updated: 03/21/2013 - The latest study done on what to do with the Astrodome is getting mixed reviews from Houstonians.

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Senate Passes Spending Bill

Posted: 03/20/2013 - The Senate has passed a huge spending bill to keep the government open through the end of September, preventing a government shutdown but leaving in place automatic spending cuts that will mean job furloughs for hundreds of thousands of federal workers.

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8th Marine Dies after Nevada Mortar Explosion

Updated: 03/20/2013 - A Veterans of Foreign Wars official says an eighth Marine has died after a mortar shell explosion during mountain warfare training in Nevada's high desert.

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NYC Mayor Proposes "Hiding" Tobacco Products

Updated: 03/19/2013 - Less than a week after his latest health crusade to block the sale of large sugary drinks was halted by a judge, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has again focused his attention on smoking.

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Senators Press Local in Spending Debate

Posted: 03/18/2013 - As a government-wide spending bill nears the finish line in the Senate, chamber members are focusing on local concerns like keeping meat inspectors on the job, preventing furloughs at rural airports and re-opening the White House to tours.

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Reporter in Colorado Theater Shootings Fights Order to Testify

Posted: 03/18/2013 - A Fox News reporter in New York is appealing a judge's order to appear in a Colorado court to identify her sources for a story about a notebook that movie theater shooting suspect James Holmes sent a psychiatrist before the killings.

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Hagel Orders Review of US Defense Strategy

Posted: 03/18/2013 - In response to the budget cuts that took effect March 1, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has ordered a re-evaluation of the underpinnings of the defense strategy that President Barack Obama announced 14 months ago.

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Study: Women More Likely to Be Worried than Men

Posted: 03/18/2013 - U-S women are more likely than men to say they feel worried, nervous or anxious. That's according to a survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Study of 2011 Tornado Outbreak Offers Insight into Debris

Posted: 03/18/2013 - Photos and mementos that were snatched up and blown hundreds of miles by a cluster of Southern tornadoes are giving researchers new insight on how debris is carried by the storms and how it could threaten the public.

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