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    July 30, 2010

    World Dispatches for July 30, 2010

    KABUL, Afghanistan Discovery of second sailor’s body deepens mystery The discovery of the body of a second U.S. sailor who vanished in Afghanistan last week only deepened the mystery of the men’s disappearance nearly 60 miles from their base in a dangerous area controlled by the Taliban. An investigation is under way, but with both […]

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    July 30, 2010

    Nation Dispatches for July 30, 2010

    WASHINGTON Republicans block plea deal for New York Rep. Rangel House investigators accused veteran New York Rep. Charles Rangel of 13 violations of congressional ethics standards on Thursday, throwing a cloud over his four-decade political career and raising worries for fellow Democrats about the fall elections. The allegations – which include failure to report rental […]

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    July 30, 2010

    Grizzly captured at site of fatal attack

    The bear was lured into a trap after an overnight rampage that left one dead and two injured.

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    July 30, 2010
    Lee Boyd Malvo

    D.C. sniper says others joined plot but backed out

    In an interview on A&E, Lee Boyd Malvo says his partner killed one of the co-conspirators.

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    July 30, 2010
    Cuaghtlatohuac Haitzilopoch, Joe Arpaio

    Arizona immigration debate rage widens

    A federal judge receives several threats as angry protesters rally in New York and Los Angeles.

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    July 30, 2010

    Obama says government will get auto industry bailout funds back

    The president also says the first family's visit to Maine 'couldn't have been a better couple of days.'

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    July 30, 2010

    Static kill process for plugging oil well may begin Sunday

    NEW ORLEANS — A procedure intended to ease the job of plugging the blown-out Gulf well for good could start as early as the weekend, the government’s point man for the spill response said Thursday. The so-called static kill can begin when crews finish work on drilling the relief well 50 miles offshore that is […]

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    July 30, 2010

    Forest fires encircle Russian city, burning village homes

    MOSCOW — Raging forest fires encircled a Russian city and tore through provincial villages Thursday, forcing mass evacuations as Moscow suffered through a record, weeks-long heat wave and smog cloud caused by peat-bog fires. Some 212,506 acres were burning nationwide, and flames all but encircled the city of Voronezh, 300 miles southeast of Moscow. Forest […]

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    July 30, 2010

    Shootings, bombings kill 23 members of Iraq’s security forces

    BAGHDAD — Al-Qaida briefly planted its flag in Baghdad on Thursday as militants killed 23 members of Iraq’s security forces across the country in a combination of shootings and roadside bombs demonstrating the dangers the country still faces. The worst attack came in Baghdad’s Sunni neighborhood of Azamiyah when 16 Iraqi security forces were killed […]

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    July 30, 2010
    Jane Cunningham

    In Focus: Missouri vote will test popularity of health law

    Voters are expected to back a plan to reject key parts of the overhaul, sending an ominous message to Democrats.

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