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Israeli target Palestine mortar squad in Gaza airstrike

Posted: 11/26/2007 - Israel's army says an aircraft targeted a Palestinian squad firing mortar shells into Israel. Later, dozens of mourners chanting anti-Israel slogans marched through the streets carrying the militant's body on a stretcher.

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Leaders voice optimism about Mideast peace prospects

Posted: 11/26/2007 - Bush met today with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and later in the day is scheduled to meet with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. Olmert says the international support from Bush and others "could make all the difference."

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Search for ID of girl leads to arrest of Houston-area pair

Posted: 11/26/2007 - Sheriff's officials are awaiting DNA test results but believe the girl is 2-year-old Riley Ann Sawyers. Her mother and a male companion are in police custody after they were arrested this weekend.

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Lott to resign before end of the year

Posted: 11/26/2007 - Five years ago, he was ousted as the party's Senate leader over remarks he made at retiring Senator Strom Thurmond's 100th birthday party. Lott had saluted the South Carolina senator with comments later interpreted as support for southern segregationist policies.

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Four reported killed in Minnesota plane crash

Posted: 11/26/2007 - Four people died when the small plane crashed and burned yesterday afternoon at the municipal airport in Faribault, south of the Twin Cities. Authorities had said two people were killed but the county medical examiner says it received four sets of remains from the crash.

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Three dead in bus crash in Arkansas

Posted: 11/26/2007 - Arkansas state police say the bus was headed from Chicago to Dallas late last night when it veered from the westbound lanes of Interstate 40 and across the median into the eastbound lanes.

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Congress and the courts to examine state secrets

Posted: 11/26/2007 - Specter and other lawmakers are crafting legislation that would direct federal judges to review claims of state secrets and decide which cases have enough merit to go forward.

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Fire officials expect to completely contain Malibu blaze

Posted: 11/26/2007 - Residents have started to return to see what's left of their homes. Some locals are convinced the fire was started by a nearby late-night campfire. Investigators say the blaze was started by humans, but they're not sure if it was set intentionally.

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Bush hoping to breathe new life into Arab-Israeli peace process

Posted: 11/26/2007 - President Bush hosts the Israeli and Palestinian leaders in separate sessions, ahead of tomorrow's Mideast conference at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, where the president will address a gathering of envoys from more than 40 countries.

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Man arrested for allegedly ordering dragging death

Posted: 11/26/2007 - According to police, Wendell Sinn tied a rope to the truck's trailer hitch and around the victim. He then told a 17-year-old boy to drive the truck away without telling the teen he was dragging the man.

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Hadley: Joint statement is not as important as it seemed earlier

Posted: 11/26/2007 - President Bush's national security adviser says the joint statement is not as important as it may have seemed earlier. Stephen Hadley says the declaration is no longer needed as a way to prod the two sides into talks, because they've taken the step of seeking negotiation.

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A few delays reported as holiday travelers head home

Posted: 11/26/2007 - The Federal Aviation Administration says flights to some destinations are being held at Washington-area airports as long as two hours because of weather and heavy air traffic.

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Three more homes discovered destroyed, fire 70 percent contained

Posted: 11/26/2007 - The governor spoke at a Malibu news conference after touring fire-damaged neighborhoods in the coastal enclave. Meanwhile, authorities say firefighters have made huge gains, as the wildfire is now 70 percent surrounded.

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Interfaith prayers lifted for Mideast peace conference

Posted: 11/26/2007 - The Reverend William Hathaway, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Annapolis, said Jews, Muslims and Christians all pray for the peace of Jerusalem. He prayed that the international leaders who meet in Annapolis this week will catch that vision and "move from words to actions."

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Syrian to attend summit, a victory for Bush

Posted: 11/26/2007 - Syria wants to discuss the Golan Heights. Israel annexed the strategic plateau after the 1967 war. It's not on the agenda, but nations can bring up matters they want discussed.

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