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US fears Europe is terror staging ground

Posted: 01/17/2008 - In an interview with the BBC, Chertoff says he's concerned about how easy it is for Europeans to enter the U.S. Chertoff says most European tourists don't need a visa to visit the states, giving officials a "very small window of opportunity" to check them out.

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Castro says he's not yet healthy enough to appear

Posted: 01/17/2008 - Castro hasn't been seen in public since July 2006, when emergency intestinal surgery forced him to cede power to a provisional government headed by his younger brother Raul.

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Court grants access to border fence land

Posted: 01/16/2008 - A small border town in Texas has been ordered to temporarily turn over land so the federal government can build a border fence.

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Life sentence still possible for Padilla

Posted: 01/16/2008 - A life sentence is still possible for Jose Padilla, a man held as an enemy combatant until being convicted of terrorism conspiracy and material support charges.

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Mike Nifong files for bankruptcy

Posted: 01/16/2008 - The disgraced former prosecutor who led the debunked Duke lacrosse rape case has filed for bankruptcy.

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Mitchell says he believes trainer who injected Clemens

Posted: 01/16/2008 - The man who led the investigation of steroid use in baseball says he believes the claims about Roger Clemens. Clemens is the biggest name that the Mitchell Report links to steroids.

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FDA says cloned animals safe

Posted: 01/15/2008 - Don't fear the clones. The FDA says meat and milk from cloned animals are just as safe as products from livestock bred the old-fashioned way.

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Marine died of head trauma, accused comrade likely hiding

Posted: 01/15/2008 - Officials in North Carolina say pregnant Marine Maria Lauterbach died of traumatic injury to the head caused by blunt force trauma. Lauterbach's burnt remains were found last week in the backyard of another Marine, Cesar Laurean, who's suspected in her death.

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Texans say they saw a UFO

Posted: 01/15/2008 - The latest UFO buzz is in Stephenville, Texas, where several dozen people insist they've seen something up there that's unexplainable.

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Virginia politician pounces on cat-theft inequality

Posted: 01/15/2008 - Dognappers in Virginia can face up to 10 years in prison, but stealing a cat is a misdemeanor and the punishment is a lot less severe -- up to a year behind bars. That's got some cat lovers unhappy.

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Justices to hear arguments on Virginia man's drug conviction

Posted: 01/14/2008 - David Moore, who goes by the nickname "Chubs," was stopped for driving with a suspended license in Virginia. Instead of following a state law that directs police to write a ticket and let suspended drivers go, officers arrested Moore and searched him. They found crack cocaine in his jacket.

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2008 congressional session begins this week

Posted: 01/14/2008 - First on the House's to-do list could be figuring out a way to push through a massive defense bill vetoed by President Bush. It includes an additional pay raise for the military but Bush objects to a provision that would clear the way for lawsuits against the Iraqi government.

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Bush visits Dubai on Middle East tour

Posted: 01/14/2008 - Dubai's government has declared a national holiday in the president's honor, shutting down many main bridges and roads in observance. Light rain hasn't dampened the mood in the city. Rain is considered good luck in Dubai when a foreign leader is visiting.

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