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Despite Fear, Afghan Voters Chose To Vote
Donkeys Enable Voting In Afghanistan's Remote Areas
1979: Remembering 'The Siege Of Mecca'
Town Hall Participants Back Sen. DeMint
Chicago Town Hall Favors Public Option
TV News Pioneer Don Hewitt Dies At 86
Physicist Richard Steiner adjusts the watt balance. This extremely sensitive scale can detect changes as small as ten-billionths of a kilogram.
This Kilogram Has A Weight-Loss Problem
Swiss Government To Sell Its Stake In UBS
Employers Urged To Help Stop Spread Of Swine Flu
Web Firms Find Paths To Profits: Free Vs. Fees
Broadband Company Uses Pickpockets To Give Back
Will Afghan Voters Turnout In Taliban's Birthplace?
U.S. Gen. Urges Release Of Bagram's Detainees
Small Farmers See Promise In Obama's Plans
Urban Blackberry Pickers Score Big In Seattle
When It Comes To Health Care, Define Change
Pakistan Waits For Afghan Election Results
Iran's Parliament May Reject Cabinet Choices
Mysteries You Might Have Missed Along the Way
Scottish Government Releases Lockerbie Bomber
Video Ads To Appear In Print Magazine
Dallas Woman's Dog Turns Up In Florida
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