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29/01/2009 - 19:59

UK & USA Today Editoweb 29 january 2009

LA cardinal says he's 'mystified' by federal probe - Peanut plant problem forces fresh recall - Colorado man accused of threatening.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 29 january 2009
Hundreds pay final respects to British WWI veteran

Hundreds of people paid their final respects Thursday to William Stone, one of the last four remaining British veterans of World War I, who died this month aged 108.

Fresh disgrace for MP Conway

MP Derek Conway suffered a fresh disgrace when he was ordered to pay back thousands of pounds in public money dished out to another family member.

Wembley Wins Europe's Big Match

Wembley Stadium has been chosen to host the 2011 Champions League final following a 19-year absence.

Bank's Blanchflower sees pound undervalued

Bank of England policymaker David Blanchflower said on Thursday he was bullish on the pound and believed the currency was undervalued.

Prince Charles visits Nepalese Gurkhas' families

Prince Charles paid a visit Wednesday to the families of Nepalese Gurkha soldiers whose relatives are away fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan.

LA cardinal says he's 'mystified' by federal probe

Cardinal Roger M. Mahony said Thursday he was "mystified and puzzled" by a federal grand jury investigation into the handling of alleged clergy child molestation cases by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

Peanut plant problem forces fresh recall

The list of recalled peanut products linked to a national salmonella outbreak just keeps growing.

Colorado man accused of threatening

A Colorado man has been indicted on charges of threatening to kill President Barack Obama and blow up the Mall of America in suburban Minneapolis.

Franken lawyer: Coleman shifts in Minn. vote fight

An attorney for Al Franken is painting Norm Coleman as an opportunist fishing for votes in his effort to bring more disputed absentee ballots into their Senate race.

woman freezes to death in remote Mont.

A couple from Oklahoma that moved to Montana's rugged mountains for a cheap place to live apparently got caught off guard by a snowstorm, with the woman freezing to death in their remote cabin.

States get D-plus on teacher reviews

tates are not doing what it takes to keep good teachers and remove bad ones, a national study found.

Family of 4 dead in Ohio in murder-suicide

A family of four was found shot to death in a suburban Columbus home, victims of an apparent murder-suicide committed by the father, police said Thursday.

Same-sex rights could be expanded in Wash. state

Adrienne Purcella's life has changed a lot in the past year: She got a job as a police officer and officially entered a domestic partnership with Libby Cope.

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