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Hundred of Bags Reportedly Went Unscanned at Airport

Denver Airport Manager of Aviation Kim Day told KMGH-TV in Denver that the incident involved “a couple thousands of bags over a couple of days.” The breach was first reported by the station.

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Hundred of Bags Reportedly Went Unscanned at Airport

Cops: N.H. Man Beat Landlord to Death for Motorcycle

Prosecutors say a New Hampshire man obsessed with getting a Harley-Davidson motorcycle beat his landlord to death, assumed his identify and stole his pickup truck so he could trade it for the bike.

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Cops: N.H. Man Beat Landlord to Death for Motorcycle

Schools’ New Math: the Four-Day Week

A small but growing number of school districts across the country are moving to a four-day week, in a shift they hope will help close gaping budget holes and stave off teacher layoffs, but that critics fear could hurt students’ education.

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Schools’ New Math: the Four-Day Week

Republicans Reject Obama Charge of Blowing Opportunity to Fix Health System

Republicans returned fire Monday after President Obama accused them of dropping the ball on health care reform over the past decade, arguing that they were more than a little busy dealing with challenges like Social Security and the War on Terror.

McConnell Disapproves of GOP Fundraising Efforts Aimed at Stoking Fear About Obama

The Senate’s top Republican said he didn’t like a recent GOP appeal to party donors that was based on stoking fear and negative feelings toward President Obama and other Democrats.

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McConnell Disapproves of GOP Fundraising Efforts Aimed at Stoking Fear About Obama

3.1M Customers to Face Oscar Night Without Broadcast

Millions of cable subscribers faced the prospect of Oscar night without the Academy Awards broadcast Sunday after ABC’s parent company switched off its signal to Cablevision customers.

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3.1M Customers to Face Oscar Night Without Broadcast