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Updated: 07/31/2008 - The Heartland Visioning Task Force is meeting Thursday to discuss the final two of the six key foundations of the city
Posted: 07/25/2008 - Democrat Barack Obama said Friday that Iran should promptly accept an international call to freeze its uranium enrichment program.
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Posted: 07/20/2008 - Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama pledged steadfast aid to Afghanistan in talks Sunday with its Western-backed leader and vowed to pursue the war on terror "with vigor" if elected, an Afghan official said.
Posted: 07/20/2008 - Tropical Storm Cristobal skirted the North Carolina coast Sunday, dumping heavy rain and churning up rough surf, but so far sparing the seaboard of any severe weather.
Posted: 07/20/2008 - Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson sought to reassure an anxious public Sunday that the banking system is sound, while also bracing people for more troubled times ahead.
Posted: 07/18/2008 - More babies were born in the United States last year than ever before, according to preliminary data, but it's not another baby boom just yet.
Posted: 07/18/2008 - BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) -- The women of Wisteria Lane may have only a few more years to resolve their assorted problems.
Posted: 07/18/2008 - ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- Iran's Foreign Minister said Friday that forthcoming nuclear talks in Geneva and the participation of a U.S. diplomat for the first time look positive and he expects progress.
Posted: 07/15/2008 - NEW YORK (AP) -- A satirical New Yorker magazine cover cartoon depicting Barack Obama and his wife as flag-burning, fist-bumping radicals drew outrage from the Democratic presidential candidate's campaign as it appeared on newsstands Monday.
Posted: 07/13/2008 - PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- For more than three decades, the National Governors' Association has assembled on presidential election years as one of its members made a bid for the White House - a Carter or a Reagan, a Dukakis, a Clinton or a Bush.
Posted: 07/13/2008 - TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- Iran's Foreign Ministry has condemned remarks by Republican presidential candidate John McCain that exporting cigarettes could be a way of killing Iranians.
Posted: 07/13/2008 - LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Superheroes battling inner demons often rule the box office. This time, the superhero was a demon as "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" pulled in $35.9 million to debut as the No. 1 weekend film.
Posted: 07/13/2008 - PARIS (AP) -- Embattled Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert declared Sunday that Israel and the Palestinians have never been closer to making peace - even as a widening corruption probe brings him closer than ever to being ousted from office.
Posted: 07/13/2008 - ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP) -- Authorities arrested and charged a man Sunday for his alleged involvement in an attack on the U.S. consulate in Istanbul, the state-run Anatolia news agency reported.
Posted: 07/13/2008 - PARIS (AP) -- Forty-three nations, including Israel and Arab states, pledged Sunday to work for a Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction at the close of a summit to launch an unprecedented Union for the Mediterranean aimed at securing peace across the restive region.
Posted: 07/13/2008 - SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) -- Actors Josh Brolin and Jeffrey Wright, along with members of a crew filming an Oliver Stone movie, were arrested during a bar fight Saturday morning, police said.
Posted: 07/13/2008 - Brett Favre's fans came to his defense Sunday, rallying outside Lambeau Field to pressure the Green Bay Packers to reinstate him as the starting quarterback. The crowd of more than 100 chanted "We want Brett," and carried signs reading, "Favre for President" or "Favre Forever." Many in the parking lot wore No. 4 jerseys, tossed footballs and grilled.
Posted: 07/13/2008 - ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Anheuser-Busch agreed to be acquired by Belgian brewer InBev for about $52 billion in a deal that would shift ownership of the nation's largest brewer overseas, The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday.
Posted: 07/13/2008 - LONDON (AP) -- The first openly gay U.S. Episcopal bishop was barred from a once-a-decade Anglican meeting so he wouldn't become a focus of the global event.
Posted: 07/12/2008 - CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) -- The case of 14 babies who received accidental overdoses while in intensive care has raised new questions about how a common blood-thinning medication could be given to infants repeatedly in the wrong dosage.