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05/11/2007 - 22:00

EditoWeb: USA today 5 Nov.2007

HOUSTON: Shuttle begins journey home; LAS VEGAS: Man pleads in Nev. courthouse shooting; ANNAPOLIS, Md: Md. court rejects sniper's appeal; WASHINGTON: Thompson adviser quits campaign; CANTON, Ohio: Woman to testify on pregnant mom's death; ST. LOUIS: Air Force suspends some F-15 flights; WASHINGTON: Bayer stops sales of Trasylol globally...

Shuttle begins journey home:

HOUSTON - After a week and a half of intense and unprecedented work, the astronauts aboard shuttle Discovery undocked from the international space station on Monday to begin their two-day journey home.

Man pleads in Nev. courthouse shooting:

LAS VEGAS - A man accused of killing his wife and shooting the judge who was handling their bitter divorce reached a plea deal Monday, bringing an abrupt end to his trial.

Md. court rejects sniper's appeal:

ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Washington-area sniper John Allen Muhammad does not deserve a new trial in Maryland, a state appeals court ruled Monday in a sharply worded unanimous decision that compared Muhammad to Jack the Ripper.

Thompson adviser quits campaign:

WASHINGTON - An adviser to Republican Fred Thompson quit the presidential candidate's campaign Monday, one day after a report about his decades-old criminal record for drug dealing.

Woman to testify on pregnant mom's death:

CANTON, Ohio - A high school classmate of a suspended police officer who is accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend pleaded guilty Monday to helping dispose of the body and agreed to testify against him.

Air Force suspends some F-15 flights:

ST. LOUIS - The Air Force has suspended some F-15 flights, citing a "possible structural failure" discovered after one of the fighter jets crashed in mid-Missouri.

Bayer stops sales of Trasylol globally:

WASHINGTON - Bayer AG halted worldwide sales Monday of its anti-bleeding drug Trasylol at the request of U.S. and foreign health officials pending further analysis of a Canadian study that suggests it's linked to a 50 percent higher risk of death than the other drugs in the clinical trial.


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