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G.O.P. Pushes to Deregulate Environment at State Level
By LESLIE KAUFMAN
Legislatures and governors are moving aggressively against conservation measures and regulations they see as too burdensome to business interests.
House Approves Republicans Budget Plan to Cut Trillions
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House Republicans forced through a partisan budget plan that has no chance of Senate passage but would pare spending by $5.8 trillion over ten years.
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Libyan forces loyal to Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi have been firing into residential areas with a weapon that has been banned by much of the world, witnesses say.
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Suicide Blast Kills 9 at Afghan Base
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Five NATO service members and at least four Afghan troops were killed by a suicide bomber as the Taliban warned it would step up its infiltration of local forces.
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D.C. Mayor’s Missteps Revive Bad Memories
By SABRINA TAVERNISE
Washington Mayor Vincent C. Gray has had an awkward first 100 days, with allegations of nepotism and inflated salaries. He was detained at a Monday protest.
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A suspect was arrested for a Fresh Meadows robbery based on DNA collected from a left-behind sneaker.
Fans Laugh and Cry for Humbled Pro’s 16 on a Par 4
By BILL PENNINGTON
Following 16 desperate strokes, the professional golfer Kevin Na emerged from the bushes a folk hero at the Texas Open.
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California May Require Teaching of Gay History
By JENNIFER MEDINA
Advocates hope teaching students about gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people would prevent bullying.
This Yellow Space for Rent
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Looking for additional revenue, states and municipalities have started selling ad space on government property, including on school buses.
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