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Memorial Day comes as troops fight in Afghanistan

Posted: 05/30/2011 - WASHINGTON -- Americans from Washington to California are marking Memorial Day with parades, barbecues and special tributes tied to the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

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Bush not surprised by Middle East uprisings

Posted: 05/26/2011 - DALLAS -- Former President George W. Bush says he isn't surprised by the recent uprisings in the Middle East and warns that it takes a while for freedom to "take root."

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NYC mayor makes case for gay marriage law

Posted: 05/26/2011 - NEW YORK -- Mayor Michael Bloomberg is warning state lawmakers that if they oppose legalizing gay marriage they may be remembered as civil rights obstructionists.

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2 die, 2 seriously injured in Mount McKinley fall

Posted: 05/26/2011 - ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- The National Park Service says two mountaineers have died in a fall on Alaska's Mount McKinley, the latest in a string of recent deadly climbing incidents in Denali National Park.

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500-foot wheel on Vegas Strip gets OK from FAA

Posted: 05/25/2011 - LAS VEGAS -- The Federal Aviation Administration says a developer's plan to put a 500-foot observation wheel attraction on the Las Vegas Strip won't hamper operations at nearby McCarran International Airport.

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Flow of floodwaters reduced at key La. spillway

Updated: 05/25/2011 - NEW ORLEANS -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is reducing the flow at a key Louisiana spillway that's taking pressure off big cities by diverting Mississippi River floodwaters into Cajun country.

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NY utility company charges for flags flown from power poles

Posted: 05/24/2011 - SHELTER ISLAND, N.Y. -- Officials on eastern Long Island are fuming that the local power authority charged a $5 per pole fee to fly American flags along a parade route honoring a local soldier killed in Afghanistan.

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Pawlenty launches bid, delivers tough talk in Iowa

Posted: 05/23/2011 - DES MOINES, Iowa -- Tim Pawlenty is casting himself as the Republican candidate willing to tell the country hard truths as he seeks the presidency, announcing in corn-dependent Iowa that its prized federal subsidies for ethanol should be phased out.

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GOP presidential hopeful Gingrich sets SC visit

Posted: 05/23/2011 - COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich will make his first appearance in early-primary state South Carolina since officially launching his campaign this month.

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Escorts: Utah law makes acting sexy illegal

Updated: 05/20/2011 - SALT LAKE CITY -- Two escort services have filed a federal lawsuit to halt a Utah solicitation law, saying that it's too broad and could lead to the arrest of escorts and strippers.

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From marijuana to alligator hides, Obama pardons 8

Posted: 05/20/2011 - WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama has pardoned eight people who were convicted of crimes ranging from conspiring to import marijuana to selling alligator hides.

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Fragile Haiti remains top storm season concern

Posted: 05/20/2011 - FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- The director of the National Hurricane Center says Haiti's ability to respond to tropical storms remains his greatest concern for the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season.

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Evacuees prepare for a long wait as river nears crest

Posted: 05/18/2011 - VICKSBURG, Miss. -- The Mississippi River is expected to crest tomorrow in Vicksburg, Miss. But one evacuee says, "Lord only knows when it's going to recede." Steven Cole says, "It's so much water."

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Police probe eBay posting to sell Mich. toddler

Posted: 05/18/2011 - ALLENDALE TOWNSHIP, Mich. -- Authorities say a western Michigan woman offered a 2-year-old relative for sale on eBay and accepted a man's tongue-in-cheek bid.

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Mississippi River closed to protect levees

Updated: 05/17/2011 - NEW ORLEANS -- A small army of engineers, deputies and even prison inmates is at work along the surging Mississippi River. They're keeping watch around-the-clock on the floodwalls and earthen levees holding back the water.

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National Zoo panda has signs of possible pregnancy

Posted: 05/17/2011 - WASHINGTON -- Scientists at the National Zoo say they have detected a rise in hormone levels in the female giant panda, Mei Xiang that could indicate she may give birth or end a false pregnancy by early July.

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