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Pakistan government seeks to ease political crisis

Updated: 03/14/2009 - Pakistan's government announced its first major concession Saturday in a monthlong political crisis, pledging to appeal a disputed court ruling against a key opposition leader, just hours after a concerned U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton called both sides apparently to press for a resolution.

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NIreland riots after police arrest 3 over killings

Updated: 03/14/2009 - Irish nationalist gangs hurled gas bombs at police Saturday after three alleged IRA dissidents were arrested on suspicion of killing two British soldiers in an attack designed to trigger wider violence in Northern Ireland.

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USDA approves shot for cows aimed at E. coli

Updated: 03/14/2009 - A Minnesota company has won federal approval to become the first in the U.S. to market an E. coli vaccine for cattle, a new weapon against a foodborne disease that can cause serious illness in people and even death.

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La. Couple to Sell Horse to Help Kansas Town

Updated: 03/14/2009 - A couple in Louisiana plans to sell a 2-year-old thoroughbred horse named Greensburg and donate half of the revenue to help the tornado-striken Kansas town.

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Major flooding expected this spring in N. Dakota

Updated: 03/14/2009 - Emergency management officials in Fargo and Grand Forks are ordering pumps, topping off levees and planning dikes after forecasters predicted record flooding this spring along the Red River Basin.

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AT&T Hopes to Gain Concessions From Unions

Updated: 03/14/2009 - AT&T Inc., the largest employer of union labor in the country, is renegotiating contracts that cover 112,500 workers and looks set to take advantage of the recession to reduce its health care costs.

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Ireland Riots After Police Arrest 3 Over Killings

Updated: 03/14/2009 - Irish nationalist gangs hurled gas bombs at police Saturday after three alleged IRA dissidents were arrested on suspicion of killing two British soldiers in an attack designed to trigger wider violence in Northern Ireland.

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Deaths of gamers leave their online lives in limbo

Updated: 03/14/2009 - When Jerald Spangenberg collapsed and died in the middle of a quest in an online game, his daughter embarked on a quest of her own: to let her father's gaming friends know that he hadn't just decided to desert them.

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Calif. court issues warrant for Lindsay Lohan

Updated: 03/14/2009 - An arrest warrant has been issued for actress Lindsay Lohan, possibly in connection with a 2007 drunken driving arrest after she crashed her Mercedes-Benz into a tree, police said Saturday.

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Women in Congo speak out about rape despite taboo

Updated: 03/14/2009 - Zamuda Sikujuwa shuffles to a bench in the sunshine, pushes apart her thighs with a grimace of pain and pumps her fist up and down in a lewd-looking gesture to show how the militiamen shoved an automatic rifle inside her.

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Bozo the Clown Creator Alan Livingston Dies at 91

Updated: 03/14/2009 - Alan W. Livingston, the music executive who created Bozo the Clown and signed the Beatles during his tenure as president of Capitol Records, has died. He was 91.

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Boom-Years Borrowing Hits Churches

Updated: 03/14/2009 - From a group of freed slaves in Civil War-era Washington, Metropolitan Baptist had grown into a modern-day megachurch and community service powerhouse. In 2006, construction began on the congregation's dream complex in Largo, Md. — a $30 million campus with a 3,000-seat church, an education center and an 1,100-car parking lot.

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Deaths of Gamers Leave Their Online Lives in Limbo

Updated: 03/14/2009 - When Jerald Spangenberg collapsed and died in the middle of a quest in an online game, his daughter embarked on a quest of her own: to let her father's gaming friends know that he hadn't just decided to desert them.

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Kan. late-term abortion provider faces trial

Updated: 03/14/2009 - For abortion opponents, the trial of one of the nation's few late-term abortion providers has been a long time coming, a chance for a little bit of justice after years of seeing their efforts thwarted.

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Major flooding expected this spring in N. Dakota

Updated: 03/14/2009 - Emergency management officials in Fargo and Grand Forks are ordering pumps, topping off levees and planning dikes after forecasters predicted record flooding this spring along the Red River Basin.

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Green light: Driver's ed in America turns 75

Updated: 03/14/2009 - In the 75 years since State High began offering the nation's first driver's ed course, the cars have changed. The anxiety of taking the wheel for the first time hasn't.

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