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Library plans to collect sermons for inauguration

Updated: 01/02/2009 - Inauguration-week sermons would be videotaped to highlight Barack Obama's rise to power in an unprecedented quest by the Library of Congress to capture this transfer of power for future generations.

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Latin American stocks up on New Year's optimism

Updated: 01/02/2009 - Latin American stocks rose across the board Friday, mirroring a rally on Wall Street and in world markets, which moved upward with New Year's optimism despite grim global economic news.

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Microsoft Says Zune Players Working Again

Updated: 01/02/2009 - Many of Microsoft's Zune media players that froze up on the last day of 2008 because of a glitch involving their internal clock were functioning properly Thursday as the New Year was ushered in, according to the company. However, a few people were still complaining of problems operating the devices.

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Guardsmen Welcomed Home from Afghanistan

Updated: 01/02/2009 - Fifteen National Guardsmen were honored at a welcome home ceremony in Manhattan Friday. For the past year, they have been serving in Afghanistan.

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Grandma Palin Swings Back At The Media

Updated: 01/02/2009 - Governor Sarah Palin has always had a love/hate relationship with the media, but what has her fired up now are reports that she calls inaccurate, and she has actually personally contacted People Magazine, the Associated Press, and the Anchorage Daily News to let them know they are wrong.

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Parkinson Not Running for Gov. in 2010

Posted: 01/02/2009 - Parkinson has sometimes been considered the leading Democratic candidate for governor. But he says he expects to return to private business when his term as lieutenant governor ends in January 2011.

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World Rings In '09, Says Bye To Rocky '08

Updated: 01/02/2009 - Hundreds of thousands of revelers rang in 2009 from frigid Times Square as the famous Waterford crystal ball dropped, signaling the end of a historic and troubled year that saw the election of the first black U.S. president and the worst economic crisis in decades.

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Wall Street Makes Upbeat Start To 2009

Updated: 01/02/2009 - Wall Street began the New Year optimistically Friday as investors brushed off a weaker-than-expected report on manufacturing and sent stocks higher. The Dow Jones industrials were up about 150 points.

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Obama's Priorities Before The Inauguration

Updated: 01/02/2009 - With less than three weeks before President-elect Barack Obama starts his new job, there are several issues at hand that beg his attention.

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Feds Sell Off Failed IndyMac For $13.9B

Updated: 01/02/2009 - Federal regulators say a group of investors has teamed up to buy the remnants of failed lender IndyMac Bank for $13.9 billion.

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Ritter to nominate Bennet to fill Senate vacancy

Updated: 01/02/2009 - Gov. Bill Ritter is expected to name Denver Public Schools Superintendent Michael Bennet to fill a Senate vacancy that will be created by the promotion of Sen. Ken Salazar to interior secretary in the Obama administration, sources told The Associated Press.

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US parents want answers after China milk scare

Updated: 01/02/2009 - Beth Flanders was on her way to China to adopt her 17-month-old daughter in September when she received a warning from her adoption agency: An industrial chemical that can cause kidney stones had been found in Chinese baby formula, and parents should not feed it to their new children.

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Senate GOP would block early try to seat Franken

Updated: 01/02/2009 - A top Senate Republican said Friday his caucus would block any attempt to seat the winner of Minnesota's close election until an anticipated court case is finished and an official election certificate is issued.

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Airline apologizes for removing Muslim passengers

Updated: 01/02/2009 - AirTran Airways is apologizing to nine Muslim passengers kicked off a New Year's Day flight to Florida after other passengers reported hearing a suspicious remark about airplane security.

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2 Major Bank Buyouts Completed

Updated: 01/02/2009 - Bank of America's $19.4B takeover of Merrill Lynch, Wells Fargo's $12.7b takeover of Wachovia finished.

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China's 3G rollout sets off sales scramble

Updated: 01/02/2009 - China is starting a long-delayed introduction of third-generation mobile phone service, setting off a politically charged scramble by foreign and Chinese equipment makers for up to $41 billion in orders.

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Obama's online backers key to pushing his agenda

Updated: 01/02/2009 - President-elect Barack Obama's top asset in pushing his agenda will not be his Cabinet secretaries or aides, but rather his online network. Obama's political e-mail list tops 13 million names, a digital force that the incoming White House can tap to push for his legislation, tamp down critics or bolster popular support. It's also a way for Obama to reach into every state, every city, and every neighborhood.

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FCC head drops filtering from free broadband plan

Updated: 01/02/2009 - Before he steps down as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Kevin Martin still hopes to win approval for his plan to auction off a slice of the airwaves for a free nationwide wireless broadband network.

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