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Volunteers clean debris from the city cemetery in Moore. (EPA)
Carol Morello and Melissa Bell
The cleanup of Moore, a suburb of Oklahoma City that bore the brunt of the tornado’s deadly force, began in earnest Wednesday, and among the first tasks for the survivors will be to bury the dead.
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Federal employees affected by the Oklahoma tornado are eligible for special considerations in their health insurance and other benefit programs.
Of community college students 81.4 percent want a bachelor's degree; 11.6 percent get one.
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The Senate Republican leader drops a literary reference when talking about the embattled agency.
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Republican plan would let interest rates vary annually with market fluctuations. Many Democrats object.
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Sarah Patteson looks for photos lost in the debris in her driveway. “Honestly, it looks like a bomb went off,” she said.
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