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Chertoff in Iraq for Veterans Day

Posted: 11/12/2007 - Chertoff participated in a ceremony for 178 foreign-born service members to become U.S. citizens. He said he couldn't think of anyone more deserving of citizenship.

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Space station crew completes critical maneuver

Posted: 11/12/2007 - Operating by remote control from inside, they maneuvered a pressurized chamber the size of a school bus into place. The so-called Harmony module was delivered by Discovery late last month and attached at a temporary location.

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Fuel oil prices leave homeowners cold

Posted: 11/12/2007 - Nowhere is the pain more apparent than in Maine, where 80 percent of homes rely on number-two oil or kerosene. Maine is one of America's coldest states. It's generally ranked as the poorest state in the Northeast.

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California governor becomes less like the Terminator

Posted: 11/10/2007 - California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger had a metal plate and cables removed from his leg. The hardware was put in to help the Terminator actor recover from a broken leg.

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Broadway stagehands go on strike

Posted: 11/10/2007 - Several popular shows will be affected by the strike including "The Color Purple,” "A Chorus Line,” and "Hairspray.”

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O.J. Simpson preliminary hearings continue

Posted: 11/09/2007 - Simpson faces eleven felonies and a misdemeanor connected to the alleged armed robbery of two sports memorabilia dealers. The purpose of the hearing is for the judge to decide if there is enough evidence to go to trial.

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Recovery efforts continue in Northern California oil spill

Posted: 11/09/2007 - Oil skimmers, surveillance flights and shoreline cleanup teams have been mopping up the damage that has closed several beaches, canceled weekend outdoor events and threatened thousands of birds and marine animals.

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Florida backs away from water deal

Posted: 11/09/2007 - In a letter to federal officials, Florida's environmental protection chief says the state is opposing an arrangement under which the Army Corps of Engineers would cut river flows into Florida and Alabama in order to capture more water for Georgia.

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Wallace's shooter is released from prison after 35 years

Posted: 11/09/2007 - Wallace was wounded during a May 1972 campaign stop in Laurel, Maryland. Following the attack, he abandoned his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. He spent the rest of his life in a wheelchair.

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Conspirator in failed 2005 London transport bomb plot pleads guilty

Posted: 11/09/2007 - The failed bombing happened just two weeks after suicide attacks killed 52 London commuters in 2005. The 34-year-old suspect had already gone to trial on a charge of conspiracy to murder back in July. But, the jury couldn't agree on a verdict.

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2 college students killed in off-campus fire in Rochester

Posted: 11/09/2007 - The fire happened hours before the western New York school was to inaugurate its ninth president. University officials say one of the students killed was from Florida, and the other was from New Jersey.

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Suicide bomb in Pakistan kills at least four

Posted: 11/09/2007 - The blast today killed at least four people at the minister's home in the northern city of Peshawar. Three people, including the official's brother, were wounded. Police say the attacker was on foot and blew himself up just inside the gate of the minister's house when security personnel tried to stop him.

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Power back on at Atlanta airport concourse

Posted: 11/09/2007 - An electrical fire cut power to the concourse this morning, touching off flight delays and cancellations. It took crews more than three hours to get the power back up and running.

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Scranton diocese settles sex abuse case

Posted: 11/09/2007 - The Diocese of Scranton has agreed to pay three million dollars to the victim, who says the former Roman Catholic priest abused him over a three-year period. The priest, Albert Liberatore, pleaded guilty in 2005 to sexually abusing the victim. He was given 10 years probation and defrocked.

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Autopsy concludes NY woman accidentally strangled herself

Posted: 11/09/2007 - A county medical examiner's office says Carol Gotbaum was acutely intoxicated on alcohol and prescription drugs when she died in a police holding room at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in September.

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