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400-year-old Law Books Headed Back To Germany
Amtrak Ridership Down, But Still 2nd Highest Year
AP IMPACT: At CIA, Grave Mistakes, Then Promotions
Biden's Son Says He's Inclined To Make Senate Run
Bill Clinton to Campaign for Emanuel in Chicago
Conservative GOP Could Prompt Some To Skip Iowa
Court: 30-year Ban On PC Use Too Much
Cybersecurity Starts At Home And In The Office
Diesel Spill Outside White House Gate
GOP Chairman Scoffs At Obama Winning Peace Prize
Gore Daughter Karenna Separated From Husband
Intel Chief's No. 2 Likely To Get Senate Approval
Khrushchev's Relative Puzzled By Russian Spy
Lawyer Says Kuwaiti Man Released From Guantanamo
Nev. Tea Party Favorite Sharron Angle Heads To SC
No Kennedys in Congress for 1st Time in Decades
NTSB To Review Crash Of Organ Transplant Plane
Obama Evokes 1961 Tower Collapse Victims In Letter
Obamas Make Rare Trip to Church While in Hawaii
Ousted UN Official Stands By Election Complaint
Pakistani Official Says US Aid Is Crucial
Palin Hires Chief Of Staff For PAC
Sen. Jim Webb Announces Retirement Plans
The War in Afghanistan: A Timeline
US General Predicts Taliban 'assassination Teams'
US Seismologists Says Strong Earthquake Near Samoa
Wife Of Term-limited Las Vegas Mayor Enters Race