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Dec 03,2007
NEWARK, N.J. -- A series of robberies targeting professional athletes has many worried they could be next.Since last year two professional football players and two professional basketball players have been assaulted and robbed in their homes, the Newark (N.J.) Star-Ledger reported Sunday.Last week, Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor was shot and killed during a botched burglary.Athletes become targets, the newspaper said, because -- unlike anonymous wealthy businessmen -- everyone knows who they are, where they ... [full story]
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Dec 03,2007
BOISE, Idaho -- U.S. Sen. Larry Craig, R-Idaho, has denied published weekend allegations he had homosexual encounters with four men dating back to the 1980s.Soon after The Idaho Statesman in Boise published an article in which the men made the allegations Sunday, Craig's office issued a statement criticizing the newspaper, CNN reported."Like its previous coverage, these latest allegations are completely false and have no basis in reality," the statement said. "In fact, the paper itself ... [full story]
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Dec 03,2007
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton, shown slipping in polls before the Iowa caucus, began questioning the character of candidate Barack Obama.Clinton said Iowa voters will face a choice "between someone who talks the talk, and somebody who's walked the walk," the Washington Post reported. The choice to assail Obama's character marked a major shift in campaigning tactics, the Post reported. When asked if she plans to raise questions about Obama's character, ... [full story]
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Dec 03,2007
WASHINGTON -- Cabin crowding is the latest scourge of the skies as airlines book themselves almost solid to beat high fuel prices and fewer first-class tickets.Jammed airplanes mean more elbowing, lines for bathrooms, packed overhead bins, and less flexibility to book last-minute flights or accommodate travelers whose flights are delayed, the Washington Post said.U.S. Bureau of Transportation data show airplanes this year were 81 percent full, compared to 62 percent full in 1990, the Post ... [full story]
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Dec 03,2007
BALTIMORE -- The Maryland firefighter who reported finding a noose and a threatening note at his stationhouse has admitted it was a hoax.On Nov. 21, Donald Maynard, a black firefighter-paramedic apprentice, said he found the racially charged items in an East Baltimore fire station, the Baltimore Sun reported Sunday.But Saturday, city officials said Maynard, who was already suspended for performance-related issues, confessed he planted the rope and note himself. The officials said he may now ... [full story]
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Dec 03,2007
NEW YORK -- A team of developers and financiers have proposed building the world's longest road tunnel connecting Long Island's North Shore to Rye, N.Y.State Sen. Carl Marcellino announced he will begin public hearings on the $10 billion, privately funded proposal by Polimeni International, a Long Island-based development company, the New York Daily News reported Sunday.The proposed tunnel would begin at Route 135, travel under Long Island Sound and several towns and resurface near I-287 ... [full story]
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Dec 03,2007
SEATTLE -- Savage winter storms, blamed already for at least 10 deaths, pounded the East and West coasts of the United States Monday.A storm from the Aleutian Islands carried hurricane-force winds and 40-foot seas toward the Oregon coast, the National Weather Service said. The forecast high winds threatened to exacerbate a rash of power outages that struck parts of the Puget Sound region in Washington, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported. Whiteout conditions were reported around the ... [full story]
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Dec 07,2007
ARIES (March 21 - April 19): You should be able to choose between what others want for you and what you think is best for you. Use meditation or soul-searching to figure it out. TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): This is not the best time to surrender control of your finances or to spend beyond your means. Pay cash whenever possible and avoid going further into debt. GEMINI (May 21 - June 21): Make ... [full story]
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