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Gunman opens fire at school in Finland

Posted: 09/23/2008 - Finnish broadcaster YLE is reporting that several people have been fatally shot by a gunman who opened fire at a vocational school.

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Hong Kong cake found with melamine

Posted: 09/23/2008 - The Hong Kong government says melamine has been detected in a locally sold cake and two more children there have been diagnosed with kidney stones after drinking tainted milk.

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Plane at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport makes emergency landing

Posted: 09/22/2008 - Some scary moments at Chicago O'Hare Monday, after an American Airlines plane makes an emergency landing. Initial reports said the plane skidded off the runway, but later in the day officials said that was not true.

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Alaska senator goes on trial

Posted: 09/22/2008 - Jury selection begins in Washington today in the high-profile federal corruption trial of Alaska Senator Ted Stevens.

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Atlanta courthouse shooting trial set to begin

Posted: 09/22/2008 - Opening arguments are scheduled to begin in the trial of a man accused of killing four people in a 2005 shooting rampage that started in a downtown Atlanta courthouse.

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Dodd: Congress must be careful with financial mess

Posted: 09/22/2008 - Sen. Christopher Dodd says it's just as important to act responsibly as it is to move hastily on legislation aimed at stabilizing the country's troubled financial markets.

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China's quality watchdog boss steps down

Posted: 09/22/2008 - State media says the head of China's quality watchdog has resigned in the wake of the tainted baby formula scandal that has sickened nearly 53,000 infants.

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Official: Foreign tourists kidnapped in Egypt

Posted: 09/22/2008 - An Egyptian security official says a group of 15 foreign tourists are believed to have been kidnapped in the southern Egyptian city of Aswan but details remain unclear.

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Senators react to $700 billion bailout plan

Posted: 09/22/2008 - After a rough week on Wall Street President Bush is asking Congress for a $700 billion bailout plan for the economy. The President had hoped to have a deal before Monday’s opening bell on Wall Street, but skeptics from both parties say they need some time.

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The Dutch ditched their cars Sunday

Posted: 09/22/2008 - People in more than 20 cities in the country, including Amsterdam, laced up their sneakers and hopped on their bikes in honor of "car free day."

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Treasury Secretary responds to troubles on Wall Street

Posted: 09/21/2008 - The U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is responding to the troubles on Wall Street. On Sunday he told Tom Brokaw on "Meet the Press" that Congress must act quickly to aid struggling financial markets.

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A topsy-turvy week on Wall Street

Posted: 09/21/2008 - It was a long week for Wall Street. The past seven days saw three financial giants either closing up shop, being bought out by other companies, or being bailed out by the Federal Reserve.

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SEC banning betting against company stocks

Updated: 09/19/2008 - The Securities and Exchange Commission has taken the dramatic step of temporarily banning the routine practice of betting against company stocks.

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Germans arrest 2 suspected of 2007 terror plot

Posted: 09/19/2008 - German prosecutors say they have arrested a German and a Turk suspected of ties to al-Qaida and to a foiled 2007 terrorist plot to attack U.S. and other targets.

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