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Stocks fall during turmoil in Greece

The stock market had one of its most turbulent days in history as the Dow Jones industrials dropped almost 1,000 points in less than half an hour on fears that Greece’s debt problems could halt the global economic recovery.

Hill says he'll vote 'yes'

U.S. Rep. Baron Hill said Saturday that he will vote in favor of health care reform legislation being considered by Congress because the measure addresses his concerns about taxpayer-funded abortions and deficit reduction.

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Benjamin Nathaniel Smith is seen in this Feb 13, 1998 booking photo from the Champaign County, Ill., Sheriff's Department. Police were searching for Smith, who allegedly was driving a blue Ford Taurus and sped away after firing four shots into a crowd of worshippers as they left a Korean church Sunday morning, July 4, 1999, in Bloomington, Ind.

Police Memorial

Luke Cody leads law enforcement officers toward the start of the annual Indiana State Police Memorial Service Wednesday, May 19, 2010 at the Indiana State Police Lafayette Post near West Lafayette, Ind. (AP Photo/Journal & Courier, Michael Heinz)

Balloon Festival

Pilots line-up their hot air balloons as they prepare to drop their competition marker during the Founders Race at the Centennial Era Balloon Festival in Indianapolis, Sunday, May 9, 2010. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Britain Elephant Art

School children look and touch an elephant artwork in Trafalgar Square in London, Tuesday, May 4, 2010. The London Elephant Parade 2010 will see the capital taken over by 260 life-size baby elephants, all hand-painted by an assortment of established and emerging talent from the art and design world.(AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

APTOPIX Tennessee Floods

The sun shines over floodwater from the Cumberland River still covering a street in Nashville, Tenn., on Tuesday, May 4, 2010. The river began to recede Tuesday after being swollen by heavy rain and the flooding creeks that feed into it. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Greece Financial Crisis

Riot police stand behind a burning roadblock in the northern Greek port city of Thessaloniki, Wednesday, May 5, 2010. Deadly riots over harsh new austerity measures engulfed the streets of Athens on Wednesday, and three people were killed as angry protesters tried to storm parliament, hurled Molotov cocktails at police and torched buildings. Tens of thousands of people took to the streets as part of nationwide strikes to protest new taxes and government spending cuts demanded by the International Monetary Fund and other European nations before heavily indebted Greece gets a $141 billion bailout package of loans to keep it from defaulting.

health care

Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Ga., speaks to people demonstrating against the health care bill on the U.S. Capitol steps a day before Congress is set to vote on health care reform on Saturday on Capitol Hill in Washington.


Workers clean and repair broken parts of a marble tablet bearing Google's logo in front of Google China's headquarters building in Beijing on Jan. 25. Google's future in China is in limbo and observers around the world are carefully tracking its dispute with Beijing. But one group is notably lukewarm on the fate of the Internet giant in the world's most populous online market: many of China's 384 million Internet users.

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