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The Two-Way
10:42 am
Mon December 12, 2011

U.S., Iraqi Leaders Mark 'New Day'

"A war is ending, a new day is upon us," President Obama said this afternoon at a joint news conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki at which the two leaders are marking the departure of the last U.S. troops after nearly nine years in Iraq.

For his part, Maliki said the two nations' relations "will not end with the departure of the last American soldier ... it has only started."

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The Two-Way
9:30 am
Mon December 12, 2011

Lowe's Ignites Controversy By Pulling Ads From 'All-American Muslim'

A Lowe's store in Saugus, Mass.
Michael Dwyer AP

Originally published on Mon December 12, 2011 9:33 am

By deciding to stop advertising during the TLC network's All-American Muslim reality TV show after hearing that some conservatives object to the program, Lowe's Home Improvement is now hearing complaints from others who accuse it of religious bigotry.

California State Sen. Ted Lieu (D), The Associated Press says, may call for a boycott of the home improvement chain.

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The Two-Way
8:40 am
Mon December 12, 2011

What A Sour Note: Thieves Target Tubas In Southern California

Who knew the big horn could be so valuable?
Jonathan Daniel Getty Images

Originally published on Mon December 12, 2011 8:43 am

The high prices they command on the black market and "Southern California's banda music craze" have combined to make tubas a hot property, the Los Angeles Times writes today.

Hot, that is, in the sense that there's been a recent "rash of unsolved tuba thefts at high schools in southeast Los Angeles County."

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The Two-Way
8:21 am
Mon December 12, 2011

Supreme Court Will Hear Arguments On Arizona Immigration Law

Originally published on Mon December 12, 2011 8:27 am

Arizona's controversial immigration law will indeed be getting a hearing before the U.S. Supreme Court, it was just announced.

Long expected, the court's decision to weigh in could help settle whether the law — known as SB 1070 for its bill number in the Arizona Senate — encroaches on federal law because, in large part, of its provision that would require the police to determine the immigration status of a person they have detained and whether the suspect is in the country illegally.

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Regional
7:56 am
Mon December 12, 2011

US Proposes Unmanned Border Crossing With Mexico

Big Bend National Park, Texas – BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK, Texas (KRWG) The U.S. is proposing its first unmanned border crossing with Mexico in a remote stretch of West Texas.

Federal officials tout the port of entry in Big Bend National Park as a security upgrade, noting that wading across the shallow Rio Grande undetected is all too easy.

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