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Louisville courthouse flood cleanup under way

Updated: 04/01/2013 - Officials in Louisville expect the repairs and cleanup of the old Jefferson County Courthouse will take three months following a water pipe leak that flooded the mayor's office and other rooms in the building.

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Senators: Reports of immigration deal premature

Posted: 03/31/2013 - Two of the lawmakers negotiating an immigration overhaul in Congress say a final deal is at hand but caution that the bipartisan group working on a proposal hasn't finished its work.

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Rivals prepare for legal battle over abortion bans

Posted: 03/31/2013 - Rival legal teams are girding for court battles over the coming months on laws enacted in Arkansas and North Dakota that would impose the nation's toughest bans on abortion.

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Pope leads Easter Mass in St. Peter's Square

Updated: 03/31/2013 - Pope Francis is celebrating his first Easter Sunday Mass as pontiff in St. Peter's Square, which is packed by joyous pilgrims, tourists and Romans.

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Iraqi Catholics celebrate Easter

Posted: 03/31/2013 - Iraqi Catholics are flocking to churches around the country to celebrate Easter amid tight security.

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Texas district attorney, wife found dead

Posted: 03/31/2013 - A sheriff's deputy says authorities are investigating the deaths of a North Texas county district attorney and his wife who were found dead in a home.

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Doomed US Navy ship removed from Philippine reef

Posted: 03/31/2013 - A U.S. Navy minesweeper has been removed from a Philippine coral reef, where it ran aground in January. Both sides will assess the damage to the UNESCO World Heritage site to determine the fine that Washington will pay.

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Mandela remains in hospital

Posted: 03/31/2013 - Former South African President Nelson Mandela remains in a hospital Sunday while he receives treatment for a recurrence of pneumonia.

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Gas trade group seeks fracking probe

Posted: 03/30/2013 - A formal complaint filed with New York's lobbying board asks it to investigate whether Artists Against Fracking, a group formed by Yoko Ono and son Sean Lennon, is violating the state's lobbying law.

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Patients of Tulsa doctor line up to get tested

Posted: 03/30/2013 - About 150 to 200 patients of a Tulsa oral surgeon who's accused of unsanitary practices are lined up outside a health clinic to be screened for hepatitis and the virus that causes AIDS.

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