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Nation Watch

US Open ref murder case continues

The latest development in the case of the tennis referee accused of killing her husband with a coffee mug may cast doubt on the ref's guilt.

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Sandusky sentencing

Jerry Sandusky received his sentence.

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NFL refs to return

Late last night, the league and the referees union reached an agreement to end the lockout, and they'll be on the field tonight.

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Algae in National Mall Reflecting Pool

The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool re-opened last month after a two-year, multi-million dollar renovation.

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Census bureau economy report

The census bureau is weighing in on how fast we are getting out of the big recession and their numbers sound hopeful.

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Chicago teachers, students back to school

About 350-thousand children headed to school in Chicago today, after an eight-day teachers strike came to an end.

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Mexican prison break

Authorities are scrambling to find more than 100 escaped prisoners, and anyone who may have helped them. The prisoners have escaped from a jail in northern Mexico.

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Embassy attacks

Anti US demonstrations are spreading throughout the Mideast a day after the American Ambassador to Libya was killed with three other Americans.

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Chicago teacher strike day 2

With a teachers strike in its second day, the city of Chicago and the teachers union have starting negotiations again. But the sides are still far apart, and it turns out money is not the main issue.

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Chicago teacher strike

Thousands of Chicago public school teachers are marching around their
schools holding signs. They are on strike after negations over a new contract broke down last night.Now, many parents and officials worry who will watch the kids.

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Nation Watch: Deadly July 4th

A day that should have been filled with only fun and celebration, yesterday turned tragic. Several families are now grieving the loss of cherished family members after accidents claimed their lives... And so many of them children.Brandi Hitt reports.

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