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Feds: Audio sheds light on deadly LA train wreck

Posted: 09/15/2008 - Federal investigators say audio recordings from a commuter train are missing required verbal safety checks between the engineer and the conductor in the seconds before it collided with a freight engine.

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Poll: Public opposes increased presidential power

Posted: 09/15/2008 - A new poll says two out of three Americans are strongly opposed to expanding the president's powers at the expense of Congress or the courts, even if it would improve national security or the economy.

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AP source: Bank of America agrees to buy Merrill

Posted: 09/15/2008 - A person briefed on the deal says Bank of America Corp. is buying Merrill Lynch & Co. for about $50 billion. The deal will create a financial services giant and lift the uncertainty that has shrouded the nation's biggeste brokerage since the credit crisis began.

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Zimbabwe power-sharing deal signed

Posted: 09/15/2008 - President Robert Mugabe and opposition leaders have signed a deal that would see Zimbabwe's autocratic president of nearly three decades cede some power.

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China: Milk powder contamination sickens more than 1,200

Posted: 09/15/2008 - China's Health Ministry says two infants have died from tainted milk powder. More than 1,200 others have been sickened. The vice health minister says 53 cases are said to be especially severe.

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Gas prices feeling the effect of Hurricane Ike

Posted: 09/14/2008 - While Hurricane Ike made its presence felt with storms across the Midwest this weekend, you may have also noticed that gas prices have been affected.

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Florida fuel supply not affected by Ike

Posted: 09/14/2008 - Florida Governor Charlie Crist says the state’s fuel supply has not been affected by the aftermath of Hurricane Ike, but residents have reported gas stations hiking prices in the storm’s wake.

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Searching for victims as Ike weakens

Posted: 09/14/2008 - The search continues for thousands of people who remained in their homes along the Texas coast. Authorities estimate about 140,000 or more who stayed despite warnings they could die.

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Hours from landfall, Ike already triggering floods

Posted: 09/12/2008 - Top winds remain near 105 miles-per-hour, and the storm could still strengthen to a Category 3. Forecasters say Ike is about 600 miles across, with hurricane-force winds extending outward up to 120 miles from the eye. Storm surge flooding of 20 feet or more is possible.

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Pope arrives in France for first visit

Posted: 09/12/2008 - Pope Benedict XVI has arrived in France for a four-day trip that will take him from the presidential Elysee Palace in Paris to the shrine in Lourdes.

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Chavez orders U.S. ambassador to leave

Posted: 09/12/2008 - The U.S. Embassy in Venezuela says it's received no official notification. But it has heard that the country's president, Hugo Chavez, wants the U.S. ambassador to leave within 72 hours.

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House moves to stop black market sales of tobacco

Posted: 09/11/2008 - The House is moving to crack down on the contraband cigarette sales that drain federal, state and local treasuries of billions while providing a lucrative source of income for criminals.

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