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Hundreds under threat of wind-driven Colo. fire

Posted: 03/22/2011 - Fire managers are looking forward to more help today but still aren't optimistic about conditions improving in the battle against a fire in the mountains west of Denver.

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Gates' Russia visit complicated by Libya bombing

Posted: 03/22/2011 - U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates is in Moscow to discuss missile defense with Russian leaders, but those talks are sure to be overshadowed by the U.S.-led bombing campaign against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.

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Pentagon: Gadhafi forces in disarray after assault

Posted: 03/21/2011 - Pentagon officials say a U.S.-led coalition has succeeded in scattering and isolating Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi's forces after a weekend of punishing air attacks, and American military authorities are moving to hand control of the operation to other countries.

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Tanks deploy in Sanaa as top army general defects

Posted: 03/21/2011 - Tanks and armored vehicles have deployed in the Yemeni capital after a top army commander and close aide to the country's embattled leader announced he was defecting to the opposition.

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Kids safest in rear-facing car seats until age 2

Updated: 03/21/2011 - New guidelines for parents say children should ride in rear-facing car seats longer, until they are 2 years old instead of 1. And some kids should ride in booster seats until age 12.

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State Dept offers radiation antedote to workers

Posted: 03/21/2011 - The State Department is offering potassium iodide to its staff in Japan as a precaution against a possible radiation release from the tsunami ravaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

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Gray smoke rises at Japanese nuclear plant

Posted: 03/21/2011 - A plant spokesman says workers have been evacuated from Japan's tsunami-stricken nuclear complex after gray smoke was seen rising from one of its reactors.

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UN nuke chief: emergency response changes needed

Posted: 03/21/2011 - The United Nations' nuclear chief says Japan's nuclear crisis has exposed serious problems in how governments respond to disasters, and how they must improve their responses.

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NH, RI, NJ buck trend, propose cigarette tax cut

Posted: 03/18/2011 - New Hampshire, New Jersey and Rhode Island are bucking a national trend of raising cigarette taxes and have considered reducing theirs in the hopes of drawing smokers from other states and increasing revenue.

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United flight skids off Ohio runway, no one hurt

Posted: 03/18/2011 - A United Airlines commuter flight from Chicago has skidded off a runway into muddy grass after landing at an Ohio airport. An airline spokesman says there were no injuries.

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Rams, Roadrunners get into field of 64

Posted: 03/17/2011 - The NCAA men's basketball tournament is down to 64 teams, and now it's time for two full days of madness. Virginia Commonwealth and Texas-San Antonio are moving into the 64-team field that begins play today with 16 games.

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Officials investigate infections at Minn. hospital

Posted: 03/17/2011 - A Minnesota hospital says it has suspended a nurse pending an investigation into whether the nurse inadvertently introduced unusual bacterial infections into more than 20 patients while stealing pain medication from IV bags.

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Official: 30 killed in fight for key Libyan city

Posted: 03/17/2011 - A senior hospital official tells The Associated Press that 30 people have been killed since Tuesday night in fighting for the gateway to rebel-held territory.

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'Dumping' flights on hold in Japan

Updated: 03/17/2011 - Japanese officials have suspended army helicopter flights that were dumping water on an overheated nuclear reactor while they evaluate whether the unusual effort has worked.

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Libyan forces bombard rebels in the east and west

Updated: 03/16/2011 - Moammar Gadhafi's forces have been hammering rebels in the east and the west as the Libyan leader intensifies his offensive to retake control of the country he has ruled for more than four decades.

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Prices up 1.6 percent on steep rise in food

Posted: 03/16/2011 - Wholesale prices jumped last month by the most in nearly two years due to higher energy costs and the steepest rise in food prices in 36 years. Excluding those volatile categories, inflation was tame.

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Obama reviews Japan disaster aid

Posted: 03/16/2011 - President Barack Obama is reviewing the aid the U.S. is providing Japan as the Asian nation tries to recover from last week's massive earthquake and tsunami.

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Official death toll rises

Posted: 03/16/2011 - The official count of the dead in Japan's earthquake and tsunami is nearing 3,700, but that could be just a fraction of the actual number.

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