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Astronauts to finish tasks with new station lab

Posted: 06/09/2008 - Space shuttle Discovery astronauts will wrap up some work on the new lab before they get ready to leave the international space station. The lab's robotic arm is being fully extended. Over the weekend, the 33-foot arm was moved for the first time, but only a little bit.

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Sen. Kennedy to be released from hospital, son says

Posted: 06/09/2008 - One week after he had surgery for brain cancer, the Massachusetts senator is expected to return to his Cape Cod compound and get ready for the next step in his recovery.

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Chinese troops blast debris to drain quake lake

Posted: 06/09/2008 - Another aftershock today in China doesn't appear to have damaged an already tenuous dam. However, continuing rainfall as well as more aftershocks and any new rockslides could change that at a moment's notice.

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Study: Teen drivers ignore cell phone restrictions

Posted: 06/09/2008 - A new study appears to reinforce the impression that the social lives of most teenagers tend to revolve around their cell phones -- even when they're behind the wheel.

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AFTRA leaders endorse Hollywood labor contract

Posted: 06/08/2008 - The three-year deal was approved late Friday by the board of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. The deal now goes to the union's 70,000 members for a ratification vote.

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Rescues, floods in Indiana; Cleanup in Illinois

Posted: 06/08/2008 - In Indiana Sunday, rescuers in boats are still plucking people from rising waters, as parts of the state brace for more flooding. At least one person has drowned and another is missing.

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Wildfire keeps burning at NC wildlife refuge

Posted: 06/07/2008 - Fire officials are warning people living near a massive wildfire at a federal wildlife refuge in eastern North Carolina that the blaze could smolder for months in the peat-filled soil.

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Unknown problem interrupts Mars lander's task

Posted: 06/07/2008 - The Phoenix lander has made its first attempt to dump a sample of Martian soil into its tiny testing oven, but scientists say an unknown glitch kept any of the dirt from reaching the instrument.

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US reopening review of torture charges

Posted: 06/05/2008 - The U.S. is reopening an investigation of the government's handling of a Canadian engineer seized by U.S. officials and sent to Syria.

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Youngest WWII Marine to get Medal of Honor dies

Updated: 05/13/2013 - A man who lied his way into military service during World War II when he was just 14 years old and became the youngest Marine to receive the Medal of Honor has died in Mississippi.

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