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The international security contractor formerly known as Blackwater has agreed to pay a

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7.5 million fine to settle federal criminal charges related to arms smuggling and other crimes.

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Business Finance

The security firm once known as Blackwater on Monday changed its name for the second time in less than three years as its owners continue to reshape the company they bought from its founder a year ago.

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Sports Oilers

Tulsa and Allen staged another high-scoring Central Hockey League game on Sunday at the BOK Center, but the Oilers could not match the Americans' third-period scoring burst and fell 8-4.

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Sports Oilers

Summary: The Tulsa Oilers suffered their biggest loss of the season, losing 10-1 to the Allen Americans on Friday night at the Allen Event Center.

News Column-TodayInHistory

More than 100,000 people on horseback, in covered wagons and on foot participated in a run into Oklahoma's Cherokee Strip that opened 7 million acres to settlement. The run into the strip or, more accurately, the Cherokee Outlet, was one of seven into the land now known as Oklahoma.

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News Washington

The troubled security firm formerly known as Blackwater will pay

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42 million in fines to settle thousands of violations of U.S. export control regulations, according to The New York Times.