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Jared Loughner was pulled over only a few hours before the shooting rampage after he apparently ran a red light.
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The USS Enterprise puts to sea with a new captain as its former commander, Capt. Owen Honors, is investigated for his bawdy videos.
The death toll is rising in Teresopolis, Brazil, after rains washed tons of rusty red earth into Brazilian mountain towns.
President Obama speaks at a memorial service for the victims of Saturday's shootings in Tucson, Ariz.
The Northeastern states are expecting more than a foot of new snow from a storm that already has covered the South with ice.
Australia's third-largest city, Brisbane, is underwater, and least 22 people have died across Queensland state in the worst flooding in the nation's history.
Security forces loyal to Ivory Coast's incumbent leader, who refuses to cede power, fired on civilians loyal to his rival, killing four.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appears for a procedural hearing in his fight to avoid extradition to Sweden to face charges of sex crime.
Auburn wins its first national title since 1957 with a last-second field goal to beat Oregon, 22-19.
China flight-tests a stealth fighter jet as Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates meet with Chinese President Hu Jintao.
Sleet, ice and several inches of snow, as much as 9 inches in some places, blankets states from Louisiana to the Carolinas.
Thousands of Sudanese began casting ballots Sunday to determine if the mainly Christian south will secede from the Muslim-controlled north.
Shooting rampage that wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., and killed six in Tucson, Ariz., thought to be assassination attempt.
An IranAir passenger jet crashed as it was making an emergency landing Sunday in the country's northwest and broke into several pieces.
Orthodox Christians celebrate the Christmas Day of the Julian calendar.
Students return to a Omaha, Neb., high school two days after student Robert Butler Jr. shot two administrators, killing one.
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