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20/12/2008 - 20:17

USA Today Editoweb 20 august 2008

Automakers grab loans, look to Obama White House - Las Vegas 'black widow' to get new trial - Schools invest in athletes' degrees .

USA Today Editoweb 20 august 2008
 Automakers grab loans, look to Obama White House

The long-term fate of the auto industry rests with Barack Obama now that President George W. Bush has given car companies $17.4 billion in emergency rescue loans.

Las Vegas 'black widow' to get new trial

A woman convicted of killing her millionaire husband in one of Las Vegas' most high-profile murder cases will be getting a new trial.

Schools invest in athletes' degrees

From the moment he stepped on campus, 320-pound tackle Michael Oher seemed destined to be a star on Mississippi's football team and a failure in its classrooms.

Ho-Ho-Ho, You're on stage ... at airport karaoke

Tis the season for red-capped Santas and red-nosed reindeers. Sleigh bells ringing and snowflakes glistening. Stockings carefully hung and yuletide carols being sung ... in an airport terminal. With a karaoke machine.

Illinois governor vows to stay in office, fight

Facing federal corruption charges that threaten to end his political career, Gov. Rod Blagojevich has made clear to the world what those close to him know well: He's not one to be easily fazed.

7 workers released in Atlanta bridge collapse

Seven workers injured in the fatal collapse of an Atlanta pedestrian bridge have been released from the hospital, but 11 are still being treated. Seven are in intensive care.

Fort Dix plot jury asks for transcripts from trial

Jurors considering the case of five men accused of plotting to attack soldiers at the Army's Fort Dix have returned to work and have asked for transcripts of testimony.

Hawaii attempts random drug tests of teachers

Hawaii public school teachers signed off on first-in-the-nation statewide random drug testing in exchange for pay raises, but now the state claims the educators are trying to take the money and run.

Singer's death prompts new jail drug policy

The death of R&B singer Sean Levert in Cleveland has led to a proposed new policy that provides more flexibility in giving inmates their anti-anxiety medication.

IOC has nearly $5 million tied to Madoff

The International Olympic Committee could lose nearly $5 million in investments tied to the Wall Street financier accused in a $50 billion financial scam.

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