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Nat King Cole: An Incandescent Voice

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Pentagon Moves To Lift Ban On Women In Subs

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Obama Lauds Senate Jobs Vote

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U.S. Owns Podium At Vancouver Olympics

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Ahead Of Super Bowl, Focus Turns To Game

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Difficulties In Rebuilding Haiti's Economy

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Intel Chief On Threat Assessment

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