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Saturday, February 21, 2009

New WH vetting process

New WH vetting process

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David Gregory on Twitter

David Gregory on Twitter

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Oscar Nominees?

Oscar Nominees?

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Heaven on earth- German Samba priest heats up carnival

Most weeks of the year, he reads mass in a major Catholic church in central Cologne. But when carnival time comes, this priest changes his austere frock for the garb of a Samba drummer and joins the wild pagan jamboree...

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Egypt cracks down on deadly TB

Egypt is launching a major national campaign to combat the spread of tuberculosis, which kills 400 Egyptians annually.

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YSL's art collection thrown open to public ahead of auction

The public have been viewing a priceless collection of artworks owned by the late designer Yves Saint Laurent, before they are auctioned off on Monday in what's been described as the "sale of the century".

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YSL's art collection thrown open to public ahead of auction

The public have been viewing a priceless collection of artworks owned by the late Yves Saint Laurent, before they are auctioned off in what's been described as the "sale of the century".

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Raw Video- Carnival Kicks-off in Brazil

Rio de Janeiro's carnival officially began on Friday bringing thousands of revellers onto the city streets. (Feb. 21)

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Memorials Held for 2 Buffalo Plane Crash Victims

Hundreds of mourners gathered Saturday to remember a Sept. 11 widow killed in a commuter plane crash and the owner of the suburban Buffalo home that was destroyed by the crash. (Feb. 21)

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Alleged Caribbean Bank Fraud Scheme Wreaks Havoc

Caribbean regulators took control of an Antiguan local bank owned by Texas billionaire R. Allen Stanford and froze the assets of a Stanford-owned investment bank. Stanford is accused of leading an $8 billion fraud scheme. (Feb. 21)

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Abu Ghraib Reopens With New Name

Iraq's infamous Abu Ghraib prison reopened, with a new name and official promises Saturday of humane treatment in a lockup notorious as a center for abuse. (Feb. 21)

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Obama- Stimulus Is Just the First Step

During his weekly address, President Obama outlined what the stimulus package and his home foreclosure plan can do to help turn around the nation's economy. President Obama plans to address a joint session of Congress Tuesday night. (Feb. 21)

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Levy's Parents- We Can't Forgive Him

Levy's father, Robert Levy, told The Associated Press that Washington, D.C., Police Chief Cathy Lanier called his home late Friday and said there would be an arrest in a few days. (Feb. 21)

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GOP- Can't Leave Debt to Our Grandchildren

In the GOP's weekly address, Rep. Dave Camp says the nation can't borrow and spend its way back to prosperity. (Feb. 21)

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Clinton Assures Cooperation With China

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made her final stop in her Asian tour in Beijing Saturday, assuring Chinese officials that the United States plans to fully cooperate with the communist nation in getting out of the economic downturn. (Feb. 21)

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3 Teens Killed on Chicago's South Side

Authorities say three teenagers, including a 13-year-old, have been killed in a shooting on Chicago's South Side. Police have not made any arrests. (Feb. 21)

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Troubled Recruiting Battalion Gets New Command

An Army recruiting battalion in Houston which saw four soldiers commit suicide is under new leadership after an investigation into those deaths. (Feb. 20)

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Lahood Mulls Mileage Tax, Obama Says No

After Transportation Secretary Ray Lahood said he wants to consider a mileage tax on motorists, the White House nixed the idea Friday. The tax has been proposed in some states, but has angered many drivers. (Feb. 20)

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