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  • A police officer gestures as he works in New York's Times Square May 3, 2010.

    Tourists flock to Times Square for the bright lights and Broadway shows. There they find another spectacle: helmeted police with machine guns patrolling the subway station on the lookout for would-be bombers and gunmen.

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    07 Sep 11
  • Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz speaks at the American Association of Advertising Agencies annual Media and Leadership Conference in San Francisco, March 1, 2010.

    Yahoo Inc Chairman Roy Bostock fired CEO Carol Bartz over the phone on Tuesday, ending a tumultuous tenure marked by stagnation and a rift with Chinese partner Alibaba.

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    07 Sep 11
  • A nurse tries to assist as a policeman carries a woman, who was injured by a blast outside the High Court, towards a hospital for treatment in New Delhi September 7, 2011

    A powerful bomb placed in a briefcase outside the High Court in New Delhi killed at least 10 people and wounded 61 on Wednesday in an attack authorities said was claimed by a South Asian militant group linked to al Qaeda.

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    07 Sep 11
  • Sport Headlines for 9/6/11

    Class C State Amateur Baseball Tournament:Isanti 4 Waconia 3 13 Inn(Championship Game) Major league Baseball:Chicago 2 Minnesota 1Chicago 4 Minnesota 0 The St.Paul Saints earned a trip to the American Association Championship Series with a …

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    06 Sep 11
  • Greenway gets long-term contract

    The Vikings locked up one of their core players and cleared some much-needed salary space on Monday by signing strong-side linebacker Chad Greenway to a new five-year contract. “This is a top-notch organization,” Greenway said. …

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    06 Sep 11
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    MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota (Reuters) – Rookie pitcher Zach Stewart flirted with a rare perfect game before settling for a one-hit victory in the Chicago White Sox’s 4-0 triumph over Minnesota on Monday. The 24-year-old Stewart, making …

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    06 Sep 11
  • Bones of bush icon Ned Kelly identified

    Australian authorities have identified the remains of bushranger Ned Kelly, 131 years after the iconic outcast was hanged for murder and his body buried in the yard of a Melbourne gaol.

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    06 Sep 11
  • Logger says cut off toes to free himself

    A western Colorado logger said on Wednesday that he amputated all the toes on his right foot with a pocket knife to free himself after a 7-ton trailer landed on his foot, trapping him in an isolated forest.

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    06 Sep 11