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9:50 am
Mon July 8, 2013

San Francisco crash Boeing 'tried to abort landing'

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Pilots of the plane that crashed at San Francisco airport on Saturday tried to abort the landing seconds before touching down, US investigators say.
The Boeing 777 that crash-landed at San Francisco airport was "significantly below" its target speed near the runway and the pilot tried to abort the landing, US investigators say. The pilot was flying into San Francisco for the first time at the controls of a 777, Asiana Airlines says.
9:48 am
Mon July 8, 2013

Liberals vs. Immigration Reform

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As a flaming liberal ... and strong supporter of immigration and its reforms, I would have voted against the bill [the Senate] just passed.
As a flaming liberal ... and strong supporter of immigration and its reforms, I would have voted against the bill [the Senate] just passed. This bill stinks: it takes far too long to grant citizenship and does little or nothing to protect American jobs ... The Dems always get rolled.
9:44 am
Mon July 8, 2013

Coveting Not a Corner Office, but Time at Home

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FALL RIVER, Wis. — Sara Uttech has not spent much of her career so far worrying about “leaning in.” Instead, she has mostly been hanging on, trying to find ways to get her career to accommodate her family life, rather than the other way around.
FALL RIVER, Wis. - Sara Uttech has not spent much of her career so far worrying about "leaning in." Instead, she has mostly been hanging on, trying to find ways to get her career to accommodate her family life, rather than the other way around.
9:23 am
Mon July 8, 2013

Green Deal 'could lead to deadly summer overheating'

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Temperatures could soar to dangerously high levels in some homes insulated under the government's flagship Green Deal scheme, experts have warned.
Temperatures could soar to dangerously high levels in some homes insulated under the government's flagship Green Deal scheme, experts have warned. Energy-saving measures designed to save on winter fuel bills and protect the environment could pose a risk to health during summer heatwaves, they add.
9:20 am
Mon July 8, 2013

Egypt unrest: Tensions soar amid Cairo killings

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At least 42 people have been shot dead near a military barracks in Cairo, amid ongoing unrest following the removal of Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi.
At least 42 people have been shot dead near a military barracks in Cairo, amid ongoing unrest over the removal of Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi. The Muslim Brotherhood says its members were staging a pro-Morsi sit-in at the barracks, where he is believed to be in detention, when they were fired on.
12:22 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

US delays introduction of key healthcare provision

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The main provision of a landmark healthcare bill passed under President Barack Obama will take effect one year later than planned, his administration has said.
The main provision of a landmark healthcare bill passed under President Barack Obama will take effect one year later than planned, his administration has said. Employers now have until 2015 to extend healthcare benefits to their employees. The move has been seen as a major concession to retailers and other businesses.
12:19 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

Egypt awaits army statement after deadline passes

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Egyptians are awaiting a televised statement on the country's political crisis, as a deadline set by the army for a resolution to the turmoil passed.
Tensions are high in Egypt as an army ultimatum for President Mohammed Morsi to resolve deadly unrest approaches. Clashes broke out at rival protests across the country overnight, with at least 16 pro-Morsi protesters killed at a demonstration at Cairo University. The army has said it will shed its blood to defend Egypt against "any terrorist, radical or fool".
12:14 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

Morsi and Military Prepare for Collision in Egypt

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CAIRO — With a potentially violent showdown looming between Egypt’s military and backers of its Islamist president, the top generals summoned civilian political leaders to an emergency meeting on Wednesday to discuss a new interim government while moving to restrict the president’s travel — a new signal of an impending military takeover.
CAIRO - As the nation edged closer Wednesday to a return to rule by the generals, with a military deadline only hours away for President Mohamed Morsi to cede power, both the Egyptian leader and army commanders pledged to spill their blood to achieve their aims, propelling the crisis closer to a showdown..
12:11 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

Vietnam war veteran reunited with long-lost arm

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A former North-Vietnamese soldier has been reunited with his arm after more than 40 years.
A former North-Vietnamese soldier has been reunited with his arm after more than 40 years. Nguyen Quang Hung, a Vietcong soldier during the Vietnam war, had his arm amputated by US army doctor Sam Axelrad in 1966 after his arm caught gangrene.
12:08 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

U.S. Postal Service Logging All Mail for Law Enforcement

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WASHINGTON — Leslie James Pickering noticed something odd in his mail last September: A handwritten card, apparently delivered by mistake, with instructions for postal workers to pay special attention to the letters and packages sent to his home.
WASHINGTON - Leslie James Pickering noticed something odd in his mail last September: A handwritten card, apparently delivered by mistake, with instructions for postal workers to pay special attention to the letters and packages sent to his home. "Show all mail to supv" - supervisor - "for copying prior to going out on the street," read the card.

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