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  • **FILE** A man wipes ash from his face Sept. 11, 2001, after terrorists flew two airplanes into the World Trade Center towers, causing them to collapse. (Associated Press)

    Feds to rule on cancer aid for WTC dust exposure

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The Rev. David Kennedy checks out items for sale at the Redneck Shop in Laurens, S.C., as proprietor John Howard looks on, in February 2008. A judge has ruled that Mr. Kennedy's New Beginnings Baptist Church is the rightful owner of the building where the shop is located.

    Black church wins Klan shop ruling

    After a lengthy legal battle between a black South Carolina church and members of the Ku Klux Klan, a judge has ruled that the church owns a building where KKK robes and T-shirts are sold.

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