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Suspect Captured In Shooting Of Deputy, Police Chief

Posted: 04/17/2008 - Authorities captured a man Thursday who is accused of shooting and critically wounding a police chief, grazing a deputy and retreating into a house that was soon surrounded by officers. At some point, he slipped away on foot.

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Pregnant Woman Wounded in Shooting Dies

Posted: 04/17/2008 - Officials say a pregnant woman died just days after her boyfriend was accused of shooting her in front of their two children.

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For Sale: Land Next To HOLLYWOOD Sign

Posted: 04/17/2008 - The world-famous HOLLYWOOD sign that has been used by TV and movie directors in more scene-setting shots than a film student could ever count was first erected in 1923 to promote real estate in the fledgling capital of celluloid

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Man at center of Las Vegas ricin case arrested, charged

Posted: 04/16/2008 - An unemployed graphic designer who authorities believe was nearly killed by ricin was arrested Wednesday on federal charges that he possessed the deadly toxin as part of an "exotic idea," never carried out, to poison his enemies.

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PetSmart sued over infected hamster blamed in 3 deaths

Posted: 04/16/2008 - The federal lawsuit alleges Thomas Magee, 54, and two other organ recipients died after transplants from a woman who had contracted a virus from a hamster she bought at a PetSmart store in Warwick, R.I.

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Clinton emphatically says Obama can win White House

Posted: 04/16/2008 - Asked a similar question about Clinton, Obama said "Absolutely and I've said so before" - a not-so-subtle dig at his rival who had previously declined to make a similar statement about him.

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Enthusiasts find big is not always best with social networks

Updated: 05/12/2008 - For Teresa Munoz, Athlinks (population: 34,000) is the place to be. She uses the community devoted to competitive running, swimming and biking events to find training partners and get advice, including information about her first Ironman triathlon.

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Abortion-rights lawmakers to receive Communion

Updated: 05/12/2008 - Catholic members of Congress who publicly support the right to abortion will trek to Nationals Park Thursday for a Mass celebrated by a pope who has said such lawmakers should not receive Communion.

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No deaths in 2007 accidents on scheduled US airlines

Updated: 05/12/2008 - No one died during 2007 in accidents among larger scheduled U.S. airlines and smaller commuter aircraft, and deaths in private plane accidents dropped to 491, their lowest total in more than 40 years, the government reported Wednesday.

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Wall Street Surges On Upbeat Earnings Data

Updated: 05/12/2008 - Wall Street rallied Wednesday after better-than-expected quarterly results from JPMorgan Chase and two other Dow Jones industrials raised investors' hopes that companies and the economy are indeed recovering from the protracted global credit crisis. The Dow rose more than 250 points as investors shrugged off any concerns about oil passing $115 a barrel for the first time.

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