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Nissan is recalling nearly 196,000 vehicles in U.S

Posted: 04/26/2011 - New York City -- Nissan North America has announced the recall of nearly 196,000 sport utility vehicles in the United States for corrosion problems that could damage steering and suspension systems.

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Research proposals wanted for BP-funded scientific investigation

Posted: 04/25/2011 - BP and the Gulf of Mexico Alliance announced Monday that the independent Research Board of the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GRI) has released its Request for Proposals for studies into the effects of the Deepwater Horizon incident and the impact on the environment and public health.

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Judge warns Blagojevich about comments to media

Posted: 04/18/2011 - CHICAGO -- The judge in Rod Blagojevich's corruption case has warned the former Illinois governor to watch what he says to the media because some of his comments could be used against him in the retrial starting this week.

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Pentagon inquiry clears McChrystal of wrongdoing

Posted: 04/18/2011 - WASHINGTON -- A Pentagon inquiry into a Rolling Stone magazine profile of Gen. Stanley McChrystal that led to his dismissal as the top US commander in Afghanistan has cleared him of wrongdoing.

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Obama lauds Qatar's contributions in Libya

Posted: 04/14/2011 - WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama says the coalition of NATO members and Arab states acting to keep Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi from attacking his people would have been impossible without the support of the tiny Arab nation of Qatar.

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Gold, silver surge on higher unemployment claims

Posted: 04/14/2011 - New York City -- Gold and silver prices are surging after the government reported higher wholesale prices and a jump in first-time applications for unemployment benefits.

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Pentagon: Obama budget would cut forces, missions

Updated: 04/14/2011 - WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon says the president's goal to slash another $400 billion from defense spending over the next 12 years cannot be done without cutting military forces and their ability to protect U.S. security.

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Toyota to halt Europe production for several days

Updated: 04/13/2011 - TOKYO -- Toyota Motor Corp. says it will suspend production in Europe for several days in April and May because of parts shortages following Japan's massive March earthquake and tsunami.

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Jackson County speaker has tips for $35 power bills

Posted: 04/13/2011 - Marianna -- A group including West Florida Electric, the Jackson County Building Deptment, and the Tri-County Home Builders Association are sponsoring an "Effective Energy Efficiency Seminar," which promises efficiency tips to lower your power bills.

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Budget tricks help Obama save programs from cuts

Posted: 04/12/2011 - WASHINGTON -- Details of the budget deal struck between the White House and Congress last week reveal that a large portion of the $38 billion worth of budget cuts would be achieved by pruning money left over from previous years, axing programs President Barack Obama had already been targeting and accounting maneuvers.

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Romney announces WH exploratory committee

Posted: 04/11/2011 - WASHINGTON -- Republican Mitt Romney on Monday took the first steps toward a second presidential bid, telling supporters in an economy-focused announcement that he had formed an exploratory committee to begin a White House run.

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White House: Obama to lay out spending plan

Posted: 04/11/2011 - WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama and Congress focus on the nation's economic future this week and the common theme appears to be scaling back on spending.

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Drivers start to cut back as gas prices rise

Posted: 04/11/2011 - NEW YORK -- With the price of gas above $3.50 a gallon in nearly the entire country, there are signs that Americans are cutting back on driving.

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US warns of gov'ts trying to control the Internet

Posted: 04/08/2011 - WASHINGTON -- A State Department report notes how the revolutions of the Middle East have been aided by the Internet, but points to another trend occurring simultaneously: governments fighting the power of the Internet.

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US extends sanctions to 5 more Libyan officials

Posted: 04/08/2011 - WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration is imposing economic sanctions on five additional Libyan officials, including the prime minister and the ministers of oil and finance.

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US planning to scale back troop cuts in Europe

Posted: 04/08/2011 - WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration plans to reduce U.S. military forces in Europe but by less than was envisioned under President George W. Bush.

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Massive pumps heading to damaged reactors in Japan

Posted: 04/08/2011 - ATLANTA -- Crews are packing a 190,000-pound truck onto a cargo plane so it can fly to Japan and pour water onto damaged nuclear reactors that are spewing radiation.

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Suspect in NYC officer's death pleads not guilty

Posted: 04/07/2011 - NEW YORK -- A man accused of shoving a New York City police officer to his death during a domestic violence call has pleaded not guilty to a murder charge.

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US commander fears al-Qaida will link with pirates

Posted: 04/07/2011 - WASHINGTON -- The U.S. military commander for Africa says he believes Islamists fighting the U.N.-backed Somali government are getting some funding from piracy there and that al-Qaida militants will link with the pirates one day too.

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