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Clinton Highlights Obama's Objection to Gas Tax Holiday

Posted: 04/28/2008 - Hillary Rodham Clinton criticized Barack Obama on Monday for opposing proposals to suspend federal gas taxes this summer, a plan she and Republican John McCain have endorsed. Obama didn't take the bait. He ignored Clinton and focused on McCain.

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Mourners pay tribute to Bob Marley's mom

Posted: 04/28/2008 - Thousands of mourners paid tribute Sunday to the late mother of reggae superstar Bob Marley, whose renowned music promoting social justice and "one love" made him one of Jamaica's most beloved sons.

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Tax Rebates Start Showing Up in Bank Accounts

Posted: 04/28/2008 - The government began depositing tax rebate checks in thousands of bank accounts on Monday as the stimulus program aimed at giving the ailing economy a jump-start got under way early.

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New Revelations In Imprisonment Shocker

Posted: 04/28/2008 - Cops: Austrian dad imprisoned daughter 24 Years, fathered seven kids by her, three of whom "never saw sunlight." Authorities were finally alerted when one of the children fell seriously ill and had to be taken to the hospital.

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Number of Diabetic, Pregnant Women Doubles

Posted: 04/28/2008 - The number of pregnant women with pre-existing diabetes has more than doubled in seven years, a California study found, a troubling trend that means health risks for both mothers and newborns.

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Obama or Clinton: Dean Sets Deadline

Posted: 04/28/2008 - DNC Chair Howard Dean says that one of the Democratic presidential candidates needs to drop out of the race after the final primary in June in order to give the party time to heal and prepare to take on the Republicans in the November elections.

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Olympic Torch Relay Begins, North Korea Leg Free of Protest

Posted: 04/28/2008 - Unlike other stops like London and San Francisco, the Olymic torch made its first-ever relay run Monday in authoritarian North Korea free of protestors. A crowd of thousands stayed attentive and peaceful, watching the relay start.

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Passenger Train Collision Kills 70 In Eastern China

Posted: 04/28/2008 - Seventy people are dead and more than four-hundred injured after a train jumps its tracks in China. The train slammed into another train Monday. Authorities are saying human error could be to blame and the death toll could rise while victims struggle in local hospitals.

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Oil Nears $120 Following Labor And MIlitary Strikes

Posted: 04/28/2008 - After a weekend refinery strike closed a pipeline system that delivers a third of Britain's North Sea oil refineries in the U.K., oil prices hit an all-time high near $120 a barrel. All this while Nigeria, who has helped support oil against a strengthening dollar, expereinces suply outages.

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Miley Cyrus Says New Photo Shoot Embarrases Her

Updated: 04/28/2008 - The teen pop sensation recently posed for Vanity Fair. Now Cyrus says the Annie Leibovitz photo was supposed to be artistic, but after she's seen it, she's embarrassed. Leibovitz is a renowned celebrity photographer known for her edgy look.

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American, Iraqi Troops Kill 38 MIlitants In Baghdad

Posted: 04/28/2008 - In the fiercest clashes with militants in weeks in Baghdad, American and Iraqi troops killed 38 militants including 22 who attacked a military checkpoint in a Shiite militia stronghold. Apparently taking advantage of a sandstorm, suspected shiite extremists attacked several checkpoints.

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