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- Connecticut’s conquest complete
- House budget has $35 million for med school
- Obama re-election launches with email, website
- In brief: Huskies hire Xavier’s McGuff
- Butler, UConn make unlikely pairing in title game
- Mickelson wins in Houston, moves to No. 3
- On the air
- Irish end Huskies’ quest for three straight titles
- Late pass at Martinsville gives Harvick 2nd straight victory
- Today’s menu
- In brief: Nuggets snap Lakers’ win streak in L.A.
- Today’s Best
- MLB Notes: Indians turn season’s first triple play
- Lewis’ first win comes at LPGA season’s first major
- Texas A&M rallies to edge Stanford
- Mamet play “Race” entertains, provokes
- Thoughts about ‘Pickles’? Cast your vote
- Do Your Part: The green way to slash your grocery bill
- Comic book character returns in his own storyline
- Salmon can be ready in 20 minutes
- Mr. Dad: Attention span grows through activities
- Annie’s Mailbox: Cleaning style bugs roommate
- Miss Manners: It’s improper, as host, to toast yourself
- Your week
- Attempt to plug leak fails at Japan nuclear plant
- In brief: BP asks to resume Gulf oil drilling
- Taliban exploit Afghan riots over Quran burning
- Big changes proposed to Medicare, Medicaid
- Famed turtle receiving care in Vietnam
- Ivory Coast city caught in battle zone
- In brief: Suicide bombers kill 42 at shrine
- Libya ‘seeking a solution’
- Fatigue cracks discovered in Southwest plane fuselage
- Heart-valve procedure shows promise
- Feds appeal health care reform ruling
- Ladies take top country music awards
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