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Michael Jackson Found Not Guilty on All Charges

Updated: 06/13/2005 - A jury acquitted Michael Jackson on Monday of molesting a 13-year-old cancer survivor at his Neverland ranch, vindicating the pop star who insisted he was the victim of mother-and-son con artists and a prosecutor with a vendetta.

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Insurgents Launch Fresh Attacks Saturday

Updated: 04/30/2005 - Insurgents launched a fresh round of attacks Saturday in Iraq, killing at least ten Iraqis. Six U.S. soldiers have died in roadside bombings in the country since Thursday, military officials said.

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Owen Court Nomination Sent To Full Senate

Updated: 04/21/2005 - The Senate Judiciary Committee voted Thursday to send the controversial nomination of Texas Supreme Court Justice and Baylor Law School graduate Priscilla Owen to the full Senate, setting the stage for a fight over filibuster rules.

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White Smoke Signifies Election Of New Pope

Updated: 04/19/2005 - White smoke poured out of the chimney atop the Sistine Chapel just before 11 a.m. CDT Tuesday, signifying the election of a new pope.

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Fort Hood Sergeant Indicted In Murder Plot

Updated: 04/14/2005 - A Fort Hood sergeant who recently returned from Iraq plotted with a woman he met over the Internet to kill her husband, a federal complaint alleges.

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Supreme Court May Be Last Hope For Parents Of Terri Schiavo

Updated: 03/23/2005 - The parents of a badly brain damaged Florida woman said Wednesday they will take the case to the U.S. Supreme Court after a federal appeals court in Atlanta refused to order the reinsertion of the feeding tube that has kept their daughter alive for 15 years.

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Texas Soldier Killed In Iraq

Updated: 02/21/2005 - A 26-year-old Army specialist from Houston has died in combat in northern Iraq, military officials said.

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Iraqi Shiites Fall Short Of Two-Thirds Vote Majority

Updated: 02/13/2005 - Iraqi Shiites got the most votes in their country's elections, but they didn't get the two-thirds, which would have allowed them to form a government without forging alliances with other groups.

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CBS Fires Four Staffers After Memo Probe

Updated: 01/11/2005 - Four CBS News staffers were fired Monday following the release of an independent investigation that said a "myopic zeal" led to a "60 Minutes Wednesday" story about President Bush's military service that relied on allegedly forged documents.

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Operation Phone Card a Success

Posted: 12/31/2004 - Organizers of Operation Phone Card say they've surpassed their goal of providing phone cards for each of the soldiers heading to iraq this weekend.

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Texas Soldier Dies In Iraq

Posted: 12/07/2004 - A 27-year old Army staff sergeant from Euless has died in a homemade bomb attack in Iraq, military officials said Tuesday.

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Authorities Search For Credit Union Robber

Posted: 11/18/2004 - Central Texas law enforcement agencies were searching Thursday for the man who robbed the Genco Federal Credit Union in Lacy-Lakeview.

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