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Ind. Voters Say Obama's Ex-Pastor Hurts Campaign
Bush Backs Legislation to Safeguard Student Loans
Being 'Upside Down' and Other Car Loan Hazards
Costs of Zimbabwe's Election Standoff Mount
Georgia Wetlands Offer Cure for Drought
Some Patients Say Life After Lasik Not Perfect
Fed Waits to See Results of Rate Cuts, Tax Rebates
Birmingham Mayor Faces Charges over Bond Deals
Poll: Fewer U.S. Immigrants Sending Money Home
Italy's IRS Posts Citizens' Income Online
McCain Visits Three Key States in One Day
Parsing the Generational Divide for Democrats
Security Progress in Baghdad Draws Entrepreneurs
Clinton Keeps Cool on Fox's 'O'Reilly Factor'
LAPD Officer: May Day Mistakes Won't Be Repeated
Army Hospitals Struggle to Stop Drug Overdoses
Reid: Let Primaries Run Before Deciding Nominee
Small Towns in N.J. Told to Merge or Face Cuts
Superdelegate Swings Vote from Clinton to Obama
Sweden's Road Signs to Get Feminine Silhouettes
Blaine Breaks Breath-Holding Record on 'Oprah'
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