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Scientists map invisible oil plume deep in Gulf

Posted: 08/19/2010 - Scientists are reporting the first conclusive evidence of a deep underwater oil plume from the BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico. But don't go looking for it. It's invisible.

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US spending $16,000 for imam's Mideast tour

Posted: 08/18/2010 - The State Department says it will spend about $16,000 on a religious outreach trip to the Middle East for the imam behind plans for a mosque near the site of the Sept. 11 attacks.

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Commissioners turn down Show ‘n Tail request

Updated: 08/18/2010 - Meeting on Tuesday morning, the Bay County Commissioners just said “no” to allowing an adult night club to open within 1,500-feet of a residential area.

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Like father, like son? Quayle stumbles in Arizona

Posted: 08/13/2010 - Seems like old times -- Jay Leno cracking Quayle jokes on late night. But now the rising target of comics is Ben Quayle, son of the gaffe-prone former vice president, who is committing doozies of his own in his campaign for Congress.

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BP could face fines of up to $21 billion for spill

Posted: 08/11/2010 - A Massachusetts congressman is asking BP to accept the government's latest estimate of how much oil spewed from the company's blown-out Gulf well as a basis to determine how much it may face in civil fines.

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Pa. river search for kids dropped; claim doubted

Posted: 08/10/2010 - The Coast Guard is suspending its search of the Delaware River after finding no evidence to support a woman's claim that she threw her three young children off a Philadelphia bridge.

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Mass. bullying defendants seek victim's medical records

Posted: 08/10/2010 - Lawyers for two teenagers accused of bullying a Massachusetts high school freshman before she killed herself have asked a judge to let them see the girl's medical records in an effort to show that she was suicidal long before she took her own life.

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Gold thefts prompt police to watch sellers

Posted: 08/09/2010 - Law enforcement and local governments are scrambling to shut down a shadow industry that has grown up around the booming cash-for-gold business nationwide: thieves are snatching jewelry, then converting it into a quick payday at the shops.

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Docs told to avoid 1 flu shot brand for small kids

Posted: 08/05/2010 - A government panel is recommending doctors steer clear of giving one brand of flu vaccine to young children this year because of problems with it in Australia and New Zealand.

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Alex Rodriguez hits home run No. 600

Updated: 08/05/2010 - Alex Rodriguez became the youngest player to hit 600 home runs Wednesday, reaching the milestone after a 12-game drought with a drive off Toronto's Shaun Marcum in the first inning at Yankee Stadium.

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