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Gaming: 3 online poker houses face fraud charges in NYC
NEW YORK — The multibillion-dollar business of the three biggest Internet poker companies became a target of federal authorities before an indictment was unsealed Friday, charging 11 people with bank fraud and illegal gambling.
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Dream of luxury resort in Desert Hot Springs ends up a nightmare
An ill-fated, high-end golf resort that ultimately cost the city of Desert Hot Springs more than $ 1 million was apparently based on a previously convicted Minnesota con man’s scam.
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Dahlberg Column: With Barry Bonds done, should Lance Armstrong be next?
Like most people who spend time thinking about these things, I have never been able to figure out how Lance Armstrong was able to win seven straight Tour de France races while riding clean at a time when many of his competitors were doping.
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AP-GfK Poll: Are your taxes fair? Most say yes

AP-GfK Poll: Are your taxes fair? Most say yes
WASHINGTON (AP) — For all the complaining this time of year, most Americans actually think the taxes they pay are fair.
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AP-GfK Poll: Are your taxes fair? Most say yes
WASHINGTON – For all the complaining this time of year, most Americans actually think the taxes they pay are fair.
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Comparing Obama, House GOP deficit-cutting ideas

Comparing Obama, House GOP deficit-cutting ideas
A comparison of President Barack Obama’s latest deficit reduction proposal with a Republican plan written largely by Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, and expected to get a House vote this week:
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County schools aim to avoid pay-to-play proposals
Imagine paying $ 170 per student per sport just so your child can suit up.
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Around the table: City council candidates answer questions at chamber event
On Wednesday, the Rowlett Chamber of Commerce hosted a roundtable forum to allow candidates in the upcoming municipal election to answer questions from stakeholders.
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Driver rolls Jeep minutes after fender-bender around the corner

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Driver rolls Jeep minutes after fender-bender around the corner
Tuesday April 12, 2011 BENNINGTON — Police said a vehicle rolled over on Elm Street Tuesday afternoon about 15 minutes after the driver was involved in another minor crash just around the corner on South Street. Bennington Police Sgt. Michael Plusch said 37-year-old Raymond Campbell’s Jeep struck another vehicle on Elm Street, causing it to roll over.
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747-8 freighter triggers conflict across nation
NEW YORK — The biggest version yet of the Boeing Co.’s iconic 747 could soon be flying into airports that have never seen aircraft that large, raising hackles among some airport neighbors.
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Google’s Management Shuffle Is A Smart Move
Google’s Management Shuffle Is A Smart Move
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Jaffe Talks About Twisted Metal’s Balance, Story, And XP-Based Progression
We had an opportunity to pick the brain of David Jaffe, director of Twisted Metal and founder of developer Eat, Sleep, Play, at Sony’s press event in Hollywood, California.  The outspoken developer explains how balancing Twisted Metal is akin to tweaking fighting games, touches on the creepiness of the game’s story, and offers a glimpse into how the game’s experience-based progression will work …
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Movie Review: Atlas Shrugged: Part 1
Kelly Jane Torrance Special to the Examiner The long-awaited — by some, anyway — “Atlas Shrugged: Part I” opens in theaters today, Tax Day. It was once rumored to have Hollywood’s hottest couple, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, attached. The names of Julia Roberts, Charlize Theron and Anne Hathaway were also bandied about to play the heroine of Ayn Rand’s 1957 novel of ideas. Instead, it arrives …
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Long-term city roads plan includes northern Parkway road, eastern corridor route

Long-term city roads plan includes northern Parkway road, eastern corridor route
A long-term vision for upgrading the city’s road network, including building a road along the northern section of The Parkway corridor and creating an eastern corridor, goes to city council Monday.[...]
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Russian Internet attacks stifle political dissent
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian hacker attacks on the country’s biggest blog site and a spy agency’s warning to Gmail and Skype have raised fears that authorities are tightening their grip on dissent in a China-like assault on free speech.
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Webcam wonder: It’s Keenan’s world, for now

Webcam wonder: It’s Keenan’s world, for now
It started innocently enough, with a boy hamming it up in front of a computer webcam.
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Webcam wonder: It’s Keenan’s world, for now
It started innocently enough, with a boy hamming it up in front of a computer webcam.
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Serving a Cause, 25 Cents at a Time
Anyone who visits CherryCard.org will be given 25 cents to spend for a cause. But the founder is counting on retailers, users and charities getting on board quickly.
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Cisco’s Getting Its House in Order
Cisco’s Getting Its House in Order
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Tutors with Austin Bat Cave help students get their wings
Tutors with Austin Bat Cave help students get their wings
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IPO’s: Ellie Mae, Sequans and STAG
NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Francis Gaskins, President of IPO Desktop likes Sequans the most out of the three.
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Obama Plan to Trim T From Deficit by 2023
President Barack Obama vowed to cut $ 4 trillion in cumulative deficits within 12 years through a combination spending cuts and tax increases, setting the stage for a fight with Republicans
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AP-GfK Poll: Are your taxes fair? Most say yes

> Teenagers Take a Break From Detasseling Corn During the Summer in a Field near New Ulm, Minnesota…
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Original Caption: Teenagers Take a Break From Detasseling Corn During the Summer in a Field near New Ulm, Minnesota. Note That Their Clothes Are Soaking Wet. The Hybrid Corn Seed for the Following Year Is Obtained by Detasseling. It Is One Way for Young People to Make Money From the Seed Corn Companies. The Youths Earn Their Pay. It Can Be Cold, Wet Work Early in the Morning When the Tall Corn Plants Are Covered with Heavy Dew. Then It Can Get Hot and Muggy as the Sun Climbs Overhead.

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Photographer: Schulke, Flip, 1930-2008

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AP-GfK Poll: Are your taxes fair? Most say yes
For all the complaining this time of year, most Americans actually think the taxes they pay are fair.
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AP-GfK Poll: Are your taxes fair? Most say yes
For all the complaining this time of year, most Americans actually think the taxes they pay are fair.
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Alaska House panel strips student funding increase

Alaska House panel strips student funding increase
JUNEAU — A House panel late Thursday peeled a proposed boost to per-pupil education funding from end-of-session legislation. School districts across the state could face budget shortfalls without…
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Libraries at risk in council shake-up
COPELAND’S libraries are among those at risk in a “modernising’’ shake-up proposed by the county council.
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Stock Market, April 14: What’s on Tap
Stock Market, April 14: What’s on Tap
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