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Regulators Shut Banks In Colo., Ga., Kan.

Updated: 03/21/2009 - Regulators on Friday shut down banks in Georgia, Colorado and Kansas, marking 20 failures of federally insured banks this year. More are expected to succumb to the prolonged recession.

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I.R.S. Helping Topeka Taxpayers

Updated: 03/21/2009 - The I.R.S. may have a negative reputation among taxpayers, but they were extremely helpful in filing tax returns for people making $42,000 or less in Topeka on Saturday.

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Doctor: Lack of Medical Helicopter Cost Richardson

Updated: 03/21/2009 - As a steady stream of celebrities pay their last respects to Natasha Richardson, questions are arising over whether a medical helicopter might have been able to save the ailing actress.

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Obama Refocuses on Budget, Wants Priorities Passed

Updated: 03/21/2009 - President Barack Obama demanded Saturday that any budget passed by Congress must cut the deficit, overhaul health care, invest in education and reduce U.S. dependence on foreign oil.

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Madoff Victims Line Up For Refunds

Updated: 03/21/2009 - A clearer picture is emerging of how much money might be available to pay back victims of the Bernard Madoff fraud, but while the pot is big it is nowhere near enough to repair all the damage.

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NM City's Time Capsule From 1960 Was Never Buried

Updated: 03/21/2009 - The mystery surrounding the buried location of a time capsule marking Santa Fe's 350th anniversary more than four decades ago has been solved: It was never underground.

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AIG Paid $218 Million in Bonuses, Conn. Attorney General Says

Updated: 03/21/2009 - The attorney general of Connecticut said Saturday that he is asking American International Group Inc. why documents appear to show the company paid $53 million more in bonuses to its financial products division than previously reported.

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5,000 evacuated after hazardous acid spill in Pa.

Updated: 03/21/2009 - Evacuation orders for about 5,000 people in northeastern Pennsylvania remain in effect even as authorities say the leak of a hazardous chemical has been contained.

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Mexican Army Announces Drug Cartel Arrests

Updated: 03/21/2009 - The Mexican army arrested an alleged drug trafficker suspected of organizing an attack on a U.S. consulate as well as the killing of several soldiers in retaliation for a government crackdown, President Felipe Calderon said Friday.

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N.D., Minn. Prepare For Record Flood

Updated: 03/21/2009 - The call for people to help fight what could be a record flood brought a steady stream of volunteers to Fargo's "Sandbag Central," including firefighters, a high school baseball team and a married couple of 51 years.

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Highway Patrol Clears Trooper in Fatal Accident

Updated: 03/21/2009 - The Kansas Highway Patrol has cleared a trooper involved in a chase in Wichita last year where the fleeing driver hit another car, killing herself and two other people.

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White House Reintroduces Vegetable Garden

Updated: 03/21/2009 - First lady Michelle Obama brings back a time-honored tradition: joining kids helping her plant a White House vegetable garden.

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Business is Booming for "Repo Men"

Updated: 03/21/2009 - Car loan defaults are on the rise; leaving many Americans carless, but some companies are benefitting.

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Madoff To Remain Locked Up

Updated: 03/21/2009 - A New York appeals court has ruled the disgraced financier will stay behind bars while his case is appealed.

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Obama Appeals Directly To Iranian People

Updated: 03/20/2009 - President Obama told Iran's people and leaders that the United States wants to engage with their country and end decades of strained relationship, but not unless their officials stop making threats.

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Astronauts Unfurl New Solar Panels

Updated: 03/20/2009 - Astronauts successfully unfurled the newly-installed solar wings at the international space station Friday, a nerve-racking procedure that went exceedingly well and brought the orbiting outpost to full power.

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Iraqis Burn Flags To Mark 6th Anniversary

Updated: 03/20/2009 - American flags were set on fire Friday to chants of "no, no for occupation" as followers of an anti-U.S. Shiite cleric marked the sixth anniversary of the Iraq war.

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Jordanian Threatened To Bomb Jewish School

Updated: 03/20/2009 - A 24-year-old Chicago man was charged Friday with threatening to set off explosives near Jewish schools in the metropolitan area if Israel didn't halt military actions in Gaza.

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Five Killed In Ecuador Plane Crash

Updated: 03/20/2009 - A small army plane crashed into an apartment building in an upscale neighborhood of Ecuador's capital on Thursday, killing five people, firefighters said.

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Man Exercised To Death By Sex-Change Wife

Updated: 03/20/2009 - James M. Mason knew his wife since she was born a boy. The janitor and former military man was a boarder in the child's home and was treated like family.

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