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May 30,2007
Oregon State Police Fish & Wildlife Division troopers are investigating the theft of body parts from a dead gray whale that beached near Seal Rock on the Oregon coast Sunday morning. The deceased 41-foot female whale, estimated to be between five and ten years old, had been floating in the surf by Newport for a couple days prior to washing ashore.   Anyone with information regarding the theft of body parts from the beached whale is ... [full story]
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May 30,2007
WASHINGTON - Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit the oceanfront compound of former U.S. President George H.W. Bush's home in Kennebunkport, Maine, on July 1-2. White House spokesman Tony Snow made the announcement Wednesday, saying U.S. President George W. Bush will be there to greet the Russian leader. Tensions between the two countries have been mounting in recent months over Washington's plans to build missile defense sites in Poland and the Czech Republic, which Putin ... [full story]
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May 30,2007
The body of a man discovered near St. Johns Bridge on the Willamette River Saturday morning has been positively identified, and the Multnomah County Medical Examiner sasy the cause of death is probable drowning. Multnomah County Sheriff’s investigators say there is no sign of foul play in the death of 60-year old James Lynn Robertson of Portland. A boater near the bridge found the body floating in the river about 9:10 a.m. on May 26, ... [full story]
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May 30,2007
PHOENIX - U.S. airlines are predicting the number of travelers who get bumped from flights because of overbooking will reach a 10-year high this summer. Most airlines are running closer to capacity than ever, with an expected 85 percent full this summer, which means all the seats on popular routes will be taken, The New York Times reported Wednesday. Last year, out of 555 million airline passengers, 676,408 were bumped by airlines. The companies use ... [full story]
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May 30,2007
Deputies say details are sketchy, but one young man was taken to the hospital with minor stab wounds and two others drowned in the Topsy Reservoir near Keno in Klamath County Tuesday evening. According to a Klamath County Sheriff’s Office news release, investigators believe that about six young men were above the river on a 20-foot ledge commonly used as a dive platform when a scuffle broke out about 7 p.m., May 29. One man was ... [full story]
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May 30,2007
WASHINGTON - The top Republican on the Senate Intelligence Committee said he wants to again interview former CIA officer Valerie Plame. Sen. Kit Bond, R-Mo., said Plame has given inconsistent accounts of how her husband, former Ambassador Joseph Wilson, was sent to Africa to investigate reports that Iraq was trying to get uranium there, USA Today reported. A newly released 2002 CIA memo said Plame suggested her husband for the trip, but Plame told the ... [full story]
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May 30,2007
WASHINGTON - Advisers to former U.S. senator and now "Law and Order" star Fred Thompson said he is planning a 2008 Republican presidential bid, Politico.com reported. The 64-year-old is scheduled to make the announcement during the Fourth of July holiday in Nashville, and a fundraising committee will begin work next Monday, the advisers said. However, campaign spokesman Mark Corallo said Thompson, R-Tenn., could still decide not to run or to postpone the announcement. Thompson's top ... [full story]
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May 30,2007
WASHINGTON - The growth rate of the Mexican-born population in the United States has been slowing since the middle of last year, the Pew Hispanic Center reported. The Washington group said in 2005 and 2006, the Mexican-born population grew at about 8 percent a year but in the first quarter of 2007 the growth rate slowed to 4.2 percent. That equates the earlier growth to about 495,000 people a year on a quarterly basis versus ... [full story]
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May 30,2007
NEW YORK - Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore said in a New York interview that U.S. President George Bush is "blocking any progress" made against global warming. Gore said on CBS' "The Early Show" that his new book, "The Assault on Reason," spells out exactly how the Bush administration leads the country using the politics of fear. "That's an abdication of U.S. leadership in the world," Gore said. "We are the largest source of ... [full story]
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May 30,2007
BAGHDAD - Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki said the surge of U.S. forces that began arriving in February staved off a civil war in his country. "If the Baghdad security plan had not been implemented, we would have a true civil war in Iraq," Maliki told CBS News. Maliki said he's optimistic the surge of troops will result in more progress in Iraq in the coming months. He also acknowledged in a CBS interview that ... [full story]
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