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TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — More than sunshine, cigars or the rollercoasters at Busch Gardens, Tampa is known for its naked ladies.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says he's had to point out "sharp differences" with Mitt Romney on issues, but says nothing in his campaign ads about the GOP candidate has been "out of bounds."
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says a GOP Senate candidate's comments on rape are "offensive."
DENVER (AP) — A representative for Willie Nelson says the country music legend is feeling better after canceling a weekend performance and will be back on the road.
STEVENSON, Ala. (AP) — James Davis is fighting to keep the remains of his late wife right where he dug her grave: In the front yard of his home, just a few feet from the porch.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The roadside bomb that exploded outside Andrew Robinson's Humvee in Iraq six years ago broke the Marine staff sergeant's neck and left him without use of his legs. It also cast doubt on his ability to father a child, a gnawing emotional wound for a then-23-year-old who had planned to start a family with his wife of less than two years.
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A Jamaican woman accused of entering into a "sham marriage" with a Kansas soldier faces a federal trial Tuesday during which jurors must decide whether she wed for love or for immigration purposes in a criminal prosecution.
KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — When Sara Weaver saw her father Randy struck in the shoulder by a government sniper's bullet in the Idaho wilderness in August 1992, she began to sprint back to the family's cabin on a mountaintop called Ruby Ridge.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Tony Scott, director of such Hollywood hits as "Top Gun," ''Days of Thunder" and "Beverly Hills Cop II," died Sunday after jumping from a Los Angeles County bridge, authorities said.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats are eagerly renewing their fight against privatizing Social Security now that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has picked Paul Ryan as his running mate. It was a fight that didn't go well for the GOP when President George W. Bush pushed the idea in 2005.