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Broadway players ready to return

Updated: 11/29/2007 - People working on Broadway can. Most of the shows that were shuttered nearly three weeks ago by a stagehands strike will reopen today.

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Prosecutors say group planned terror acts 'greater than Nine-Eleven'

Posted: 11/29/2007 - Prosecutor Jacqueline Arango replayed a dramatic piece of evidence in closing argument -- a videotape of an oath-taking ceremony where the men pledged loyalty to Osama bin Laden and to be ready for holy war. The oath was led by an F-B-I informant -- the group never had any actual contact with the terror organization.

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Former Illinois Congressman Henry Hyde is dead at 83

Posted: 11/29/2007 - During his 32 years in the House, Hyde was chairman of the International Relations and Judiciary committees and played a key role in impeachment proceedings against President Clinton.

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Blackwater grand jury returns to work

Posted: 11/29/2007 - The investigation of Blackwater Worldwide continues, with a federal grand jury hearing from an unidentified witness for a second day.

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Theatergoers line up for Bway tickets

Posted: 11/29/2007 - Broadway tickets that normally sell for more than $100 are going for less than $30 today, as the Great White Way celebrates the end of a 19-day stagehands strike.

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"Green" tree at Rockefeller Center

Posted: 11/29/2007 - Using the new lights is expected to reduce the energy consumption of the holiday display from about 3,500 to only about 1,300 kilowatt hours per day. That daily savings would be equal to the amount of energy used to power a 2,000-square-foot home for a month.

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Palestinians say Israeli air strikes kill four militants in Gaza

Posted: 11/29/2007 - Israel says the first of the strikes in southern Gaza targeted a group of armed men wearing combat vests spotted moving near the border with Israel. The second was against two men Israel says were trying to plant a bomb near a border fence.

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Ebola outbreak in Uganda kills 16

Posted: 11/29/2007 - The first case of Ebola was reported earlier this month in western Uganda. The director of the health service says an isolation facility has been set up and officials are closely following anyone who has had contact with the 51 people with the disease.

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