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Palin: Alaska Tour Is Thanks, Not Goodbye

Posted: 07/19/2009 - She was greeted like a rock star in Unalakleet, a fishing village on the Bering Sea. She danced with Eskimos in Kotzebue. And she watched grizzlies at a wildlife sanctuary on the Kenai Peninsula.

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Soldier Held In Afghanistan Is 23-Year-Old Idahoan

Posted: 07/19/2009 - A soldier from Idaho who disappeared from his base in Afghanistan has been captured, the Pentagon confirmed Sunday, a day after he was seen in a Taliban video posted online.

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Fiesta Wraps Up Successful Week

Posted: 07/19/2009 - Fiesta Mexicana wrapped up another great year. This year was a great success due to the fantastic weather, enthusiastic crowds and of course, the great food.

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Spacewalk Day: Astronauts Install New Porch On Lab

Posted: 07/19/2009 - Astronauts working inside and out installed a porch for experiments on Japan's enormous space station lab Saturday, accomplishing the major objective despite microphone static that often drowned out the spacewalkers' voices.

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Obama: Now Is The Time To Fix Health Care

Posted: 07/19/2009 - President Barack Obama told the nation Saturday his health care overhaul is financially sound, but a new analysis by congressional budget experts of emerging House legislation said it would increase deficits by $239 billion over a decade.

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Clinton: U.S., India To Join Hands On Climate Change

Posted: 07/19/2009 - India and the United States can jointly devise a breakthrough plan for fighting climate change that will generate massive new investments and millions of jobs, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday.

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It's Getting Crowded In The 100-Year-Olds Club

Posted: 07/19/2009 - It's starting to get crowded in the 100-year-olds' club. Once virtually nonexistent, the world's population of centenarians is projected to reach nearly 6 million by midcentury.

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Russia Still Blue Over Moon Landing

Posted: 07/19/2009 - When Neil Armstrong stepped onto the surface of the moon, it was a first for the Soviet Union — the first time the U.S. had beaten the U.S.S.R in the space race. Forty years later, the memory of that loss of primacy still seems to sting the Russian soul.

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Pope Seems At Ease With Cast

Posted: 07/19/2009 - A beaming Pope Benedict XVI raised his cast-encased right arm to bless thousands of faithful Sunday during his first public appearance since surgery to set a wrist fractured in a fall.

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Iran's Ahmadinejad Criticized Over VP Choice

Posted: 07/19/2009 - President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, already at the center of a post-election crisis, came under criticism from his own hard-line supporters Sunday for appointing a first vice president who once caused an outcry by saying Iranians were friends of Israelis.

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Soldier Held In Afghanistan Is 23-Year-Old Idahoan

Posted: 07/19/2009 - The Pentagon on Sunday confirmed that an American soldier who went missing from his base in Afghanistan has been captured and identified him as a private from Idaho serving with an Alaska-based infantry regiment.

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Cheating Governor Says God Will Make Him Better

Posted: 07/19/2009 - South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, still clinging to office after admitting to an extramarital affair, wrote in an opinion piece released Sunday that God will change him so he can emerge from the scandal a more humble and effective leader.

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Oscar Mayer Wienermobile Crashes Into Wisconsin Home

Posted: 07/18/2009 - One southern Wisconsin homeowner is probably not in love with the Oscar Mayer wiener. The famed hot dog's Wienermobile crashed Friday into the deck and garage of a home in Mount Pleasant, about 35 miles south of Milwaukee.

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Former Cessna Leader to Be Honored

Posted: 07/18/2009 - Former Cessna Aircraft chief executive Russ Meyer is being inducted into the National Aviation Hall of Fame.

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House Panel To Probe If CIA Kept Congress In Dark

Posted: 07/18/2009 - The House Intelligence Committee said Friday it will investigate whether the CIA broke the law by not informing Congress promptly about a secret program to deploy teams of killers to target al-Qaida leaders.

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Banks' Profits Not As Impressive As They Seem

Posted: 07/18/2009 - The big banks are making big money again, but they won't be back to health as long as they have to deal with a recession and customers defaulting on mortgages and credit cards.

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Apollo Astronauts Look Back

Posted: 07/18/2009 - It was a reunion of reunions. Twelve Apollo astronauts reminisced, traded stories and poked fun at each other Friday night as the 40th anniversary of the first moon landing and moonwalk approached.

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U.S. Envoy Talks North Korea Nukes

Posted: 07/18/2009 - A top envoy said Saturday the U.S. remains ready for talks with North Korea, a day after Washington warned of aggressive sanctions against the North unless it returns to stalled multinational talks on ending its nuclear programs.

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