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China Holds 3 Days of National Mourning

Posted: 05/18/2008 - China has announced three days of national mourning as the death toll from last week's devastating earthquake mounted and rescue workers continued to search for survivors among the rubble.

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Thousands Flee China Quake Area over Flood Fears

Posted: 05/17/2008 - DONGHEKOU, China - Two rivers blocked by landslides threatened to flood towns shattered by China's massive earthquake, sending thousands of survivors fleeing Saturday in a region still staggering from the country's worst disaster in 30 years.

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Police: Gunman Wounds 3 Outside California Church

Posted: 05/17/2008 - LOS ANGELES - A man with a semiautomatic rifle opened fire at a church festival Saturday, wounding his ex-wife and two bystanders before festival-goers grabbed him and held him for police, authorities and a church official said.

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Kennedy Hospitalized after Seizure; not a Stroke

Posted: 05/17/2008 - BOSTON - Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, the lone surviving son in a famed political family, suffered a seizure at his Cape Cod home on Saturday morning but was recovering well enough by afternoon to watch a Red Sox game from his hospital room.

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Kennedy Hospitalized After Seizure; Not A Stroke

Posted: 05/17/2008 - Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, the lone surviving son in a famed political family, suffered a seizure at his Cape Cod home on Saturday morning but was recovering well enough by afternoon to watch a Red Sox game from his hospital room.

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"Housewives" to jump to the future

Posted: 05/17/2008 - Editor's Note: The following Associated Press story contains spoilers regarding "Desperate Housewives." If you'd rather not know what happens, stop reading now.

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35-year-old to lead NAACP

Posted: 05/17/2008 - The NAACP has chosen Ben Jealous as its new president after a contentious debate that lasted long into the night, members of its board of directors said Saturday.

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Bush says Saudi Oil increase "doesn't solve our problem"

Posted: 05/17/2008 - President Bush said Saturday that the Saudis' modest increase in oil production "doesn't solve our problem," and that the United States must act itself to help bring down soaring gas prices.

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US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Visits Iraq

Posted: 05/17/2008 - U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a top Democratic critic of the U.S.-led war in Iraq, met with the Iraqi prime minister Saturday during a surprise visit to Baghdad.

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Bush Pivots To Arab Side Of Mideast Peace Dispute

Posted: 05/17/2008 - President Bush pivoted to the Arab side of the Mideast peace dispute on Saturday, and got a far less glowing reception from his Egyptian host — a key player in the long-running

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FDA Orders Texas Plant to Shut Down, Recall Seafood

Posted: 05/16/2008 - FDA orders Hope Food Supply to shut down its Pasadena, TX plant. The agency says the company failed to develop safety standards that put its products at risk for bacteria contamination.

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Huckabee Quips about Gun aimed at Obama during Speech to NRA

Posted: 05/16/2008 - Speaking to the NRA Friday, former GOP Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee was interrupted by a loud noise offstage. He responded with a joke that it was Barack Obama diving to the floor because someone had pointed a gun at him.

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Impact of canceled oil shipments into government reserve unclear

Posted: 05/16/2008 - The Bush administration says it is suspending oil deliveries into the government's Strategic Petroleum Reserve through the end of the year. It's not clear what impact the move will have on oil or gasoline prices. The reserve is 97-percent full.

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Saudis Rebuff Bush As Oil Hits New High

Posted: 05/16/2008 - President Bush's second stab this year at getting oil-rich Saudi Arabia to increase production and drive down the soaring gasoline prices hurting U.S. consumers appears to have again failed.

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France's Orange Signs New IPhone Deal with Apple

Posted: 05/16/2008 - French wireless operator Orange said Friday it has signed a deal with Apple Inc. to sell its iPhone in the Middle East, Africa and several European countries.

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Louisiana Teenager Accused of Poisoning Teacher

Posted: 05/16/2008 - A 16-year-old student is accused of poisoning his teacher, who went to the hospital with "severe intestinal distress" after the teen spiked a soft drink with eye drops, authorities said.

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