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Home Sales Unexpectedly Rise In Massachussets

Posted: 05/27/2008 - Sales of new homes rose in April for the first time in six months although the unexpected increase still left activity near the lowest level in 17 years.

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China Working To Drain The Quake Lake

Posted: 05/27/2008 - Chinese soldiers were working non-stop to dig a giant sluice to ease pressure on a swelling "quake lake," with plans to evacuate 100,000 people to avert a new disaster, state media said.

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Children Not Getting Breakfast Because of Aid Cuts

Posted: 05/26/2008 - The numbers are grim. In Burundi, Kenya and Zambia, hundreds of thousands of people face cuts in food rations after June. In Iraq, 500,000 recipients will likely lose food aid. In Yemen, it's 320,000 households, including children and the sick.

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One-Child Policy Has Exceptions After China Quake

Posted: 05/26/2008 - Chinese officials said Monday that the country's one-child policy exempts families with a child killed, severely injured or disabled in the country's devastating earthquake.

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Mars Lander Prepares For Digging Mission

Posted: 05/26/2008 - The lander planned to take more views of its surroundings to help scientists zero in on a digging site and also take images of its onboard instruments, including its trench-digging robotic arm.

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McCain Defends Opposition to Senate-Passed GI Bill

Posted: 05/26/2008 - Republican John McCain spent Memorial Day at a ceremony in New Mexico, saying his position on a measure providing more college financial aid to veterans is the correct one rather than the politically popular one.

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Gunman Opens Fire At Arkansas Wedding

Posted: 05/26/2008 - An apparent stranger shot the bride, groom and two other people at an outdoor wedding in rural Arkansas, then was arrested after being chased by outraged guests, a sheriff's official said Sunday.

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Young Helicopter Crash Victim's Body Found

Posted: 05/26/2008 - Divers have found a 9-year-old boy who had been missing after a helicopter carrying him and four others crashed into the water at the Lake of the Ozarks.

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Sen. Ted Kennedy Races in Wake of Brain Tumor Diagnosis

Posted: 05/26/2008 - One week after being diagnosed with a brain tumor, Sen. Ted Kennedy took the helm of his sailboat in a race from Nantucket to Hyannis Port, Mass. His treatments could start as early as this week.

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