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FAA investigating whether pilots fell asleep

Posted: 02/21/2008 - The airliner overshot Hawaii's Hilo International airport by 15 miles last week, and the FAA says it's trying to figure out if the pilot and co-pilot were sleeping. The airline says it's cooperating with the FAA.

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2 Air Force fighter jets disappear over Gulf of Mexico

Posted: 02/21/2008 - The Air Force says two pilots who vanished during a training mission over the Gulf of Mexico have been rescued. A Coast Guard plane, helicopters and boats had been trolling in search of the pilots who vanished during a training mission.

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Early Easter puts damper on St. Patrick's Day

Updated: 05/13/2013 - Church rules dictate that no Mass in honor of the saint can be celebrated on Monday, March 17th, according to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

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President Bush ending his Africa trip in Liberia

Posted: 02/21/2008 - President Bush will be back at the White House tonight after a six-day trip to Africa. The president and Mrs. Bush are ending their trip with a visit to Liberia, the fifth nation on their itinerary.

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French police determine sighting not missing girl Madeleine McCann

Posted: 02/21/2008 - A police official says a Dutch tourist reported that she may have seen McCann at a roadside restaurant. Examining closed-circuit video footage, the investigators spotted a man and a young girl who resembled McCann, but determined it was not her.

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Wal-Mart apologizes to Muslim woman

Posted: 02/20/2008 - Wal-Mart has apologized to a Muslim woman who says a cashier at a Utah store mocked her earlier this month.

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Man gets 9 months in Mass. school plot

Posted: 02/19/2008 - A former student convicted of plotting to carry out a Columbine-style attack at a Massachusetts high school is headed to prison for nine months.

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Lawmakers downplay significance of Castro's resignation

Updated: 02/19/2008 - Florida Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, a Miami-area Republican who was born in Havana, says Castro's resignation is irrelevant because his regime has already "done great harm to the suffering Cuban people."

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Coast Guard says no warning of a mass migration from Cuba

Posted: 02/19/2008 - The Coast Guard says there are no indications or warnings of a mass migration in light of Fidel Castro's resignation. A spokesman says the Coast Guard has not added any additional patrols, saying that the "threat has not changed."

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