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McCain Hopes Castro Dies

Posted: 02/23/2008 - Likely Republican presidential nominee John McCain says he doesn't look for any major political reforms in Cuba until after Fidel Castro dies, adding he hopes that's not far off.

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Slaughterhouse Abuse Trade

Posted: 02/23/2008 - U.S. Agriculture Secretary Ed Schafer says the nation's largest beef recall has set back negotiations to ship U.S. beef to Japan and South Korea.

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Nasty Winter Storm Sweeps Eastward

Updated: 02/23/2008 - A snowstorm coating the Northeast in snow is making traveling difficult in the air and on the ground.

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Judge Throws Out Subpoena Request

Posted: 02/23/2008 - A judge at Camp Pendleton, California, has thrown out a military prosecutor's subpoena for unaired footage of a CBS interview.

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Florida Tourism

Posted: 02/23/2008 - Florida's economy suffered another blow today when officials said tourism fell by 1.5 million visitors in 2007.

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Ueberroth China

Posted: 02/23/2008 - U.S. Olympic Committee chairman Peter Ueberroth views American athletes as invited guests to the Beijing Olympics, not China's would-be reformers.

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News Now Report: Miracle Baby

Updated: 02/23/2008 - In Ontario, California he's being called "The Miracle Baby" - an infant who made an amazing recovery after he apparently drowned in a backyard swimming pool.

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Georgia Governor Offers State Aid to County's Schools

Posted: 02/22/2008 - The state will offer advisers and other aid to help shore up the struggling Clayton County public school system, but Governor Perdue said today he also supports legislation that could allow voters to remove the county's troubled school board.

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Child Abuse Investigations

Posted: 02/22/2008 - A state investigation has found that child welfare workers in Miami wrongly closed some cases.

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Refinery Blast Victim Dies

Posted: 02/22/2008 - A 10th victim of the February 7th Imperial Sugar refinery blast in Port Wentworth, near Savannah, died in the Joseph M. Still Burn Center at Doctors Hospital Friday.

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Water Rides Still Open Despite Drought

Updated: 02/22/2008 - Six Flags Over Georgia will be allowed to operate its water rides despite the drought in an unusual deal reached with Cobb County.

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