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U.S. deports Mexican singer Kalimba: Mexican pop singer Kalimba was deported from the United States to Mexico after U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested him for an immigration violation, state media reported.
Giffords' transfer "flawless," doctor says: U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was successfully transferred Friday to a Houston hospital from Tucson, Arizona, and physicians said the brain-injured congresswoman was doing well.
Woman sought in connection with '87 abduction: Federal investigators have joined local and state law enforcement in an effort to track down and prosecute Ann Pettway, who is suspected in the 1987 abduction of Carlina Renae White, according to a law enforcement source.
Roger Ebert to show his facial prosthesis: Longtime film critic Roger Ebert, who lost much of his jaw to thyroid cancer, will show off his new face - thanks to a prosthesis - when his PBS show debuts this weekend.
Bin Laden message warns France: A speaker claiming to be terrorism mastermind Osama bin Laden warned in an audiotape aired Friday that the release of two French journalists abducted by militants hinges on France's military role in Afghanistan.