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Archives of: July 2010

July 31, 2010

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A Life-Saving Reunion

For the first time since a thwarted suicide-bomber attack in Afghanistan, an Army Guardsmen reunites with his best friend and the brave K-9s that saved his life. In February, Sgt. Christopher Duke and his fellow National Guardsmen woke up to Rufus, Target and Sasha -- three stray dogs adopted by the soldiers -- barking furiously. What the soldiers didn’t know is the three were blocking a ... read more

Archives of: July 2010


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Casey Stegall

July 31, 2010 3:56 PM

National Guard at Border?

For some time, many lawmakers have called for a military presence along the US/Mexico border to assist Border Patrol agents, as the drug and human smuggling cartel violence increasingly spills over into America. In May, President Obama answered the call and said he’d send in the National Guard to help out. On July 19th, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced ... read more



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Craig Schulz

July 31, 2010 2:39 PM

Analyst: Economy, Not Ethics, Key to 2010

Despite the potential of a pair of ethics trials for Democratic members of Congress in the fall, University of Virginia political analyst Larry Sabato says questionable ethics are not likely to tip the midterm election results in one party’s favor or another, but the nation’s slow economic recovery might. Appearing on America’s News Headquarters Saturday, Sabato ... read more



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Peter Doocy

July 31, 2010 2:17 PM

Dinky Debate: Battle over Shortest US Train

Princeton's "Dinky" rail line only covers a distance of 2.7 miles, making it the shortest regularly scheduled commuter train in America. But some people in this college town think a bus would be a more economical way to make the trip from Princeton University to Princeton Junction, which provides rail service to both New York City and Philadelphia. So the tiny train which ... read more



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Molly Henneberg

July 31, 2010 1:46 PM

More Wiki-leaks To Come?

        What other classified US military documents might be posted on the internet?         Julian Assange, the founder of the website, Wikileaks, says there will be more, posted within weeks.         Wikileaks initially posted  more than 91-thousand documents, mostly intelligence reports relating to Afghanistan.     Assange told NBC ... read more



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Amy Kellogg

July 31, 2010 1:11 PM

Gourmet Britain

When Americans think of eating in England…gourmet is not the word that traditionally comes to mind. Memories of mad cow and visions of steak and kidney pies, dance in some of our heads. But that has all been changing, and not overnight.  A foodie revolution has been ongoing for years here, and is getting increasing attention. London is an international ... read more



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Lee Ross

July 31, 2010 8:53 AM

Date Set For USA v. Arizona Round II

The next major showdown over Arizona's controversial immigration law that was largely invalidated by a federal judge this week will take place the first week of November in San Francisco. The order from the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals is a minor defeat for Arizona which had wanted to expedite its appeal in an attempt to fully enforce its law designed to crack ... read more



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LA Holmes

July 30, 2010 10:42 PM

State Department Fears More Leaked Files

State Department officials expressed concern Friday that whistleblower website Wikileaks.org may release classified departmental cables and worry that further leaks could threaten diplomatic efforts in Afghanistan and Pakistan. State Department Spokesman P.J. Crowley acknowledged in a briefing Friday that several diplomatic cables were part of the most recent Wikileaks ... read more



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Pat Summers

July 30, 2010 6:30 PM

July Deadliest Month for US in Afghanistan

Six more American troops were killed in four separate attacks in Afghanistan’s volatile south on Friday – raising the total number of casualties to sixty-six and making July the deadliest month ever for U.S. forces in the nearly nine year old war. The Defense Department argued that with more U.S. boots on the ground, and more operations aimed at eliminating a ... read more



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Amy Kellogg

July 30, 2010 3:03 PM

Campaign to Stop Stoning

Human rights campaigners fighting to reverse a stoning sentence meted out to Iranian woman Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, held a press conference in London on Friday. According to the International Campaign Against Stoning and their contacts in Iran, regime authorities are now going after Ashtiani's lawyer, Mohammad Mostafaei.  They are holding his wife and brother-in-law ... read more



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Adam Housley

July 30, 2010 11:29 AM

On the Fire Line

The call came early as it does many times when fires rage here in Southern California, the flames building in the late night hours. In my ten years covering fires, it now seems as if fire season is year around and the governor and Cal Fire leaders ... read more