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Ahmadinejad: US hikers could be freed in days

Posted: 09/13/2011 - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says two American hikers arrested and convicted on spy-related charges there could be freed "in a couple of days."

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Roads closed, rivers still flooded in Northeast

Posted: 09/12/2011 - Roads remain closed in the Northeast and some rivers are still flooded days after strong rains from the remnants of tropical storm Lee washed over the region.

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NYC mayor: NYPD not unfair in surveillance

Posted: 09/08/2011 - New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the New York Police Department's surveillance of the city's ethnic neighborhoods did not unfairly target any group in an effort to root out possible terror connections, and compared it to screening kids for measles.

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GOP pipeline bill would block safety reforms

Posted: 09/08/2011 - One year ago tomorrow, a gas line explosion in a San Bruno, Calif. neighborhood killed eight people, injured 58, destroyed 38 homes and damaged another 70.

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Remnants of Lee bring floods to soggy Northeast

Posted: 09/08/2011 - Flooding from the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee is being blamed for two deaths in Pennsylvania and numerous water rescues and road closures around the soggy Northeast.

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Fewer Medicare Part D enrollees hit coverage gap

Posted: 09/07/2011 - The Kaiser Family Foundation says fewer Medicare prescription drug plan enrollees are falling into a coverage gap known as the doughnut hole in which they pay the full cost of their prescriptions.

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Winds push California fire to 13,000-plus acre

Updated: 09/06/2011 - California firefighters say erratic overnight winds caused a Kern County fire to grow to 20 square miles that's threatening 650 homes and a windmill farm.

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