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  • Hells Angels Boss Dead in Northern Nevada Shootout

    A Hells Angels motorcycle club leader was killed Friday night during a shootout with members of the rival Vagos motorcycle club inside a northern Nevada casino, U.S. media reports.
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  • U.S. Dumping Mexican Criminals at Border

    Moves by the United States to deport Mexican criminals, instead of trying them in U.S. courts, is adding to violence, says Felipe Calderon.
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  • Obama to Black Leaders: "Stop Complaining."

    At the annual awards dinner of the Congressional Black Caucus, President Barack Obama told black leaders that have criticized him for not doing enough to address black unemployment to quit complaining and focus on supporting him.
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  • Pope Warns Against Christmas Glitter

    Pope Benedict XVI has urged worshipers to see through the "superficial glitter" of Christmas during the traditional Christmas Eve Mass at St Peter's Basilica in Rome.
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  • Honor Student Jailed for Truancy

    The Texas junior who works two jobs to support her siblings was told by judge that a little time in jail wasn't a death sentence.
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  • Boehner to Obama: Back Off on Birth Control

    The White House was on the defensive over its requirement that church-affiliated employers cover birth control after House Speaker John Boehner called the order unconstitutional.
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  • Joe the Plumber Runs for Congress

    “Joe the Plumber” – real name Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher – has filed a statement of candidacy with the Federal Election Commission.
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  • No "Boys" and "Girls" at Swedish Preschool

    At Egalia preschool in Stockholm, children are not called "him" and "her," or "boy" and "girl," in an attempt to fight gender stereotypes.
      Study: Nordic countries lead the world when it comes to gender equality.
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