Four swine flu cases confirmed at Granite Bay High School

Four swine flu cases confirmed at Granite Bay High School By Melody Gutierrez The Sacramento Bee, Calif. (MCT) Aug. 11--Granite Bay High School

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JFK’s sister Eunice Kennedy Shriver dies at 88

By Alec Macgillis The Baltimore Sun (MCT) Aug. 11--Eunice Kennedy Shriver, a champion of the mentally retarded, the wife of a one-time

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State keeps hiring: As private industry lays off workers, California hired 3,600 in past year

By Natasha Lindstrom Daily Press, Victorville, Calif. (MCT) Aug. 10--As California businesses and local governments shed droves of jobs this past year,

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Despite economy, experts advise students to major in what interests them

Which occupations are projected to have the largest job growth. Graphic courtesy of MCT By Gene

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GOP opposition threatens ‘cash for clunkers’ program

By David Lightman McClatchy Newspapers (MCT) WASHINGTON — Republican opposition is stalling Senate efforts to keep the popular "cash for clunkers" program

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Obama: Health care reform isn’t government takeover

Obama: Health care reform isn't government takeover Images By Rob Christensen and Michael Biesecker McClatchy Newspapers (MCT) RALEIGH, N.C. — With his health care

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CSU faculty agree to take furloughs: Union vote amounts to a 10 percent pay cut

The Modesto Bee, Calif. (MCT) Jul. 25--A union representing 22,000 California State University faculty members has agreed to take furloughs two

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Swine Flu outbreak brings out vaccination fears

Some say vaccines with mercury linked to autism, CSUF health director says evidence is "weak" Because of the recent swine

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