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Police: Evidence ties suspect to anchor's slaying

Updated: 01/14/2010 - LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Police said Friday they talked to the suspect in the slaying of a TV anchorwoman before his arrest this week and gathered physical evidence they say links him to the slaying.

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Space shuttle undocks from space station

Updated: 01/14/2010 - CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Space shuttle Endeavour and its crew of seven departed the international space station on Friday, ending a 12-day visit that left the orbiting complex with more modern and deluxe living quarters for bigger crews.

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Black Friday shoppers out in force, but cautious

Updated: 01/14/2010 - NEW YORK – Shoppers, who had snapped their wallets shut since September, turned out in force Friday to grab deals on the traditional start of the holiday shopping season, but it was clear worries about the economy tempered buying.

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Black Friday in Topeka

Updated: 11/28/2008 - TOPEKA, Kan. - Despite the poor economy, hundreds waited in long lines for Black Friday deals.

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Patients Treat Serious Illness As Laughing Matter

Updated: 11/28/2008 - The off-color jokes flew around the room. As the anecdotes got bawdier, the laughter intensified. Some recited from memory, others read from notebooks they brought along.

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European Markets Lower ahead of Wall Street Return

Updated: 11/28/2008 - European stock markets fell modestly Friday on some profit-taking and ahead of an expected lower opening on Wall Street following the Thanksgiving holiday. Asian stock markets rose despite the terrorist attacks in Mumbai.

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Mass Flight May Spread Cholera, Measles In Congo

Updated: 11/28/2008 - Thousands of people fleeing a new rebel offensive could spread cholera and measles through eastern Congo in a rising threat to the devastated region, relief agencies warned Friday.

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Gift Certificates For Birth Control? Foes Say Bah!

Updated: 11/28/2008 - At the Planned Parenthood of Indiana, 'tis the season of giving health care and contraception. But it's a sentiment that opponents of abortion and artificial birth control say denigrates the holiday season.

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Investors look to take Break after Streak of Gains

Updated: 11/28/2008 - Wall Street was poised to begin an abbreviated session with light selling Friday after logging a huge advance in the previous four trading days and as investors brace for what's expected to be a weak holiday shopping season.

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Western Governors To Obama: Act Quickly On Energy

Updated: 11/28/2008 - The governors of the nation's largest energy-producing states are encouraging President-elect Barack Obama to quickly adopt a national energy policy that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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National Heritage Day Honors American Indians

Updated: 11/28/2008 - For the first time, federal legislation has set aside the day after Thanksgiving - for this year only - to honor the contributions American Indians have made to the United States.

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Oil Falls Below $54 ahead of OPEC Meeting

Updated: 11/28/2008 - Oil prices fell below $54 a barrel Friday as a gloomy outlook for global crude demand overshadowed expectations that OPEC might announce a production cut this weekend.

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Black Friday Shoppers out in Force, but Cautious

Updated: 11/28/2008 - Shoppers, who had snapped their wallets shut since September, flocked to stores before dawn Friday to grab deals on everything from TVs to toys for the traditional start of the holiday shopping season, feared to be the weakest in decades.

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Not-so-jolly Economy Brings Woe to Santa's Lap

Updated: 11/28/2008 - Some of the kids crawling onto Santa Joe's lap this year have more than stuffed animals and video games on their most-wanted lists. Several times already this season, Joe Jackson has been asked to get Daddy a job or Mommy money to buy the house back.

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Malls, Hotels Next Victims in NewMortgage Crisis

Updated: 11/28/2008 - The full scope of the housing meltdown isn't clear and already there are ominous signs of a new crisis — one that could turn out the lights on malls, hotels and storefronts nationwide.

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Clues Point to Domestic Terrorists in India Attack

Updated: 11/28/2008 - The attack on India's financial capital bears all the trademarks of al-Qaida — simultaneous assaults meant to kill scores of Westerners in iconic buildings — but clues so far point to homegrown Indian terrorists, global intelligence officials said Thursday.

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79th Year for Kansas City Lighting Tradition

Updated: 11/28/2008 - A Kansas City tradition continued Thursday night with the annual plaza lighting ceremony. Local dignitaries and thousands of onlookers packed downtown to see more than 80 miles of lights illuminate the Country Club Plaza.

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Fort Riley Soldier Killed in Iraq

Updated: 12/01/2008 - The Pentagon has disclosed the death of a Fort Riley soldier in Iraq. The Army says 43-year-old Master Sgt. Anthony Davis of Deerfield, Fla., died Monday after being shot by an Iraqi Security Force soldier.

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Black Friday Tips

Updated: 11/28/2008 - Be sure to check out these tips before buying a gift card this holiday season.

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Wittig Ordered Back to Prison

Updated: 11/28/2008 - A federal judge denies a request from former Westar Energy CEO David Wittig to delay his return to prison for bank fraud while he asks the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene.

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AG Six Argues Kansas Water Case at Supreme Court

Updated: 11/28/2008 - Attorney General Stephen Six faces the U.S. Supreme Court Monday to argue for Kansas in the state's Arkansas River dispute with Colorado. Six's first appearance before the nation's highest court is the latest chapter in the fight over Colorado's extraction of water from the river from 1950 to 1996.

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