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Cameron 1Q profit falls, cuts 2011 outlook

Oilfield equipment maker Cameron International Corp. said Thursday that first-quarter profit fell due to cost overruns on a subsea project and sanctions involving Libya operations. Full story

U.S. "not happy" with F-35 engine cost overruns

The top U.S. arms buyer said he was dissatisfied with cost overruns in the United Technologies Corp Pratt & Whitney engine powering the multinational F-35 fighter jet. Full story

April 7: Nightly News Thursday broadcast

   Aftershock rattles Japan; Budget battle goes down to the wire; Divide widens over budget issues; Friendly fire kills rebel fighters in Libya; Libyan woman reportedly raped speaks out; Mexican drug corruption crosses the border; Fact-checking Donald Trump; Special delivery: New mom beating breast can

Chuck Todd: ‘70 percent chance’ of a shutdown

   As the longstanding divide between Democrats and Republicans widens over budget issues, the chances of a government shutdown are increasing. NBC's Chuck Todd reports.

Georgia Power says no deal on nuclear costs

Georgia Power has been unable to agree with the Public Service Commission's staff on a proposal to cut the utility's earnings if the cost of building a new nuclear plant in eastern Georgia runs over budget, and the electric company wants the elected PSC members who will meet Thursday to scrap the pl Full story

Police, protesters clash in London

   A massive rally over budget cuts has escalated into a violent scene in the streets of London, England. NBC's Rehema Ellis reports.

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  Schumer on the battle over the budget

As the clock ticks towards a possible government shutdown over budget talks, Rep. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. joins guest moderator Chuck Todd to discuss the chance of the stoppage.

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