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Pennsylvania slot machines draw big money, spark envy

Posted: 11/14/2007 - The latest figures show gamblers plunked down 10.6 billion dollars over the 12-month period, and lost 913 million of it. The proceeds are then split by the casino operators and the state to fund tax cuts, civic development projects, local government aid and the horse racing industry.

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Another funding showdown over the Iraq war

Posted: 11/14/2007 - Democrats are pushing a 50 billion dollar bill that covers four months of war operations and also aims to have combat forces out of Iraq by December of next year.

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Man in AC casino standoff surrenders

Posted: 11/14/2007 - New Jersey State Police Sergeant Stephen Jones said the man surrendered at about 4:45 a.m. after holding off authorities for about six hours outside the Showboat Casino-Hotel.

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Chinese publishers issue 1.8 million copies of last Harry Potter book

Posted: 11/14/2007 - Publishers also say they're taking strict measures to curb piracy. China has long been the world's leading source of illegally copied goods, but executives say the new Potter books are printed with anti-piracy watermarks on the first page.

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Marine winter trainer, 28, killed in Afghanistan

Posted: 11/14/2007 - Sergeant Phillip Bocks of Troy and five others died Friday while returning from a meeting with village elders in Nuristan province. The same attack killed a Ludington native, 21-year-old Army Secialist Joe Lancour.

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Iran gives IAEA blueprints linked to possible nuclear weapons program

Posted: 11/14/2007 - Iran's decision to release the documents is seen as a concession designed to head off the threat of new U.N. sanctions. But the diplomats say Tehran has failed to meet other requests made by the International Atomic Energy Agency in its attempts to end nearly two decades of nuclear secrecy on the part of Iran.

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British poultry slaughtered to stop bird flu

Posted: 11/14/2007 - The return of the virus comes at a bad time for British farmers, who are already reeling after livestock herds were hit by foot-and-mouth and bluetongue earlier this year.

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Premiers to meet in Seoul

Posted: 11/14/2007 - This week's negotiations focus mainly on economic cooperation projects, including a joint fishing area around a still disputed western sea border and a joint economic area in the North.

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Scientists may have cloned monkeys

Posted: 11/14/2007 - A spokesman for the Oregon Health and Science University, which runs the primate center, would not confirm that scientists had cloned monkey embryos. He did say a study in that area of research will be released soon by the scientific journal Nature.

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