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Space Station's New Solar Wings Open Easily

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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Topeka Man Involved in Fatal Fire Charged With Murder

Updated: 03/20/2009 - A Topeka man involved in a fatal fire in August of 2006 is now charged with murder. 33-year-old Frank Robinson was arrested back in 2006 for the arson fire that killed 53-year-old Marvina Washington.

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Manhattan Post Office Evacuated

Updated: 03/20/2009 - A Manhattan US Post Office had to be evacuated Friday after they received a package containing a white powdery substance.

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Americans Facing a Sea of Red Ink

Updated: 03/20/2009 - The Obama budget would lead to a decade of unsustainable trillion-dollar deficits, according to the Congressional Budget Office. The President outlined his case Friday for a conference of state lawmakers.

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Pedroia back in Red Sox's lineup

Updated: 03/20/2009 - Dustin Pedroia had a hit and an RBI in his first game since straining an abdominal muscle 10 days ago while playing for the United States, and the Boston Red Sox beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 11-4 Friday.

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CBS Switches Games, Misses Final 30 seconds of KU

Updated: 03/20/2009 - During the (14)North Dakota St.- (3) Kansas NCAA Tournament Basketball game on Friday CBS Sports changed satellite feeds before the game had run in its entirety.

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After horrific trial, Austria struggles to move on

Updated: 03/20/2009 - Long before Josef Fritzl and the horrendous crimes in his dungeon, Austria was maligned for its Nazi past, its right-wing politics and another high-profile abduction case.

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$1 Trillion Deficits Seen For Next 10 Years

Updated: 03/20/2009 - Despite new estimates that say President Barack Obama's budget would generate unsustainable large deficits averaging almost $1 trillion a year, the White House insisted Friday that the flood of red ink won't swamp its costly agenda.

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Judge Refuses Fast Depostion of Kansas Governor

Updated: 03/20/2009 - A federal magistrate judge has rejected a utility's demand to depose Gov. Kathleen Sebelius before she is confirmed as health and human services secretary.

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China says Coke Case Shouldn't Hurt Rio Tinto Bid

Updated: 03/20/2009 - Beijing is confident a Chinese bid to invest in Anglo-Australian miner Rio Tinto Group will not be hurt by its rejection of Coca-Cola's attempt to buy a Chinese juice maker, a Cabinet official said Friday.

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Video Game Industry Bucks Downturn With Feb. Sales

Updated: 03/20/2009 - The video game industry continued to defy the recession in February, posting double-digit year-over-year growth with Nintendo Co.'s popular Wii gaming system leading the way.

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Fannie Mae CEO defends retention bonuses

Updated: 03/20/2009 - Mortgage giant Fannie Mae's chief executive warned Friday that canceling bonuses for workers at institutions receiving federal bailout money could undermine efforts to stabilize the U.S. housing market.

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Cows on the Catwalk in Miami for Agriculture Show

Updated: 03/20/2009 - Those in the agricultural world of Miami-Dade County hope the city's more pastoral side will come out Friday when nearly 400 head of cattle spend the weekend modeling for vendors from as far as Texas and Argentina.

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Mo. town outraged over killings, illegal immigrant

Updated: 03/20/2009 - A Hannibal police officer was finishing up mundane paperwork on a quiet Saturday morning when Manuel Cazares walked into the station, blood splattered on his hands and shoes.

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Brain injury victims can seem OK, symptoms delayed

Updated: 03/20/2009 - At first, Natasha Richardson said she felt fine after she took a spill on a Canadian ski slope. But that's not unusual for people who suffer traumatic head injuries like the one that killed the actress.

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Report: Energy production choking bird population

Updated: 03/20/2009 - Energy production of all types — wind, ethanol and mountaintop coal mining — is contributing to steep drops in bird populations, a new government report says.

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