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  • Agents intercept military flare in mail

    Federal agents at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport averted “a potential catastrophic event” when they stopped a package containing a live military flare from being loaded onto a flight to Japan, a federal agency said on Monday.

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    09 Nov 11
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    Republican Herman Cain will try to move past an escalating sexual harassment controversy on Wednesday during a U.S. presidential debate on economic issues held in the hard-hit manufacturing state of Michigan.

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    09 Nov 11
  • A man looks at an electronic board displaying a stock index outside a bank in downtown Milan November 8, 2011. Italy has the third biggest economy in the euro zone and its debt worries are a huge threat in the wider crisis facing the continent's single currency.

    Italian borrowing costs reached breaking point on Wednesday after Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s promise to resign failed to raise optimism about the country’s ability to deliver on long-promised economic reforms.

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    09 Nov 11
  • The Latest – November 9, 2011

    Here is the latest sports news: Don’t look for the Timberwolves to be on the court anytime soon. The Wild kept rolling in Calgary. It’s a big weekend for the Gophers. Union Says No To …

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    09 Nov 11
  • Five teenagers arrested for stealing Halloween candy

    Five Virginia teenagers were charged with robbery and assault after they beat up two Halloween trick-or-treaters and stole their candy, Police said on Saturday.

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    08 Nov 11
  • Strapped county sacks Santa to save $660

    Faced with the difficult task of balancing a budget in austere times, officials in New York’s Suffolk County said on Friday they had no choice: they had to sack Santa Claus.

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    08 Nov 11
  • Player of Year Banquet

    The 47th annual Player of the Year Banquet is set for November 15th, 7pm at the Holiday Inn, New Ulm. This year’s banquet begins the celebration of 50 years that KNUJ has honored area athletes with the …

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    08 Nov 11
  • Japan's Olympus admitted on Tuesday it hid losses on securities investments dating back two decades, bowing to weeks of pressure to explain a series of baffling transactions that have put the future of the firm in doubt.

    Japan’s Olympus admitted on Tuesday it hid losses on securities investments dating back two decades, bowing to weeks of pressure to explain a series of baffling transactions that have put the future of the firm in doubt.

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    08 Nov 11