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  • Texas Governor Rick Perry is seen on a monitor during the CNN/Tea Party Republican presidential candidates debate in Tampa, Florida September 12, 2011.

    Republican Rick Perry came under heavy fire on Social Security, jobs and his Texas record in a heated U.S. presidential debate on Monday as rivals tried to halt the front-runner’s momentum.

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    13 Sep 11
  • Afghan policemen arrive at the site of a rocket-propelled attack in Kabul September 13, 2011.

    Taliban suicide fighters launched an attack on central Kabul on Tuesday, taking over a multi-storey building under construction near the diplomatic district in the Afghan capital and firing rockets in the direction of several embassy and NATO compounds.

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    13 Sep 11
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    Doug Fister continued his string of stellar performances with seven scoreless innings as the Detroit Tigers picked up their ninth straight win and third straight series sweep with a 2-1 victory over the visiting Minnesota …

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    12 Sep 11
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    By Tom Krasovic SAN DIEGO — The Chargers shook off an ugly first half Sunday and opened the season with a 24-17 victory over the Vikings. Turning boos into cheers, the Chargers shut out the …

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    12 Sep 11
  • Sport Headlines for 9/12/11

    NFL:San Diego 24 Minnesota 17 Major League Baseball:Detroit 2 Minnesota 1 WNBA:Minnesota 96 Phoenix 90

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    12 Sep 11
  • Lobsters liberated by Buddhist intervention

    Instead of plunging headfirst to their death in a pot of boiling water, 534 live lobsters escaped the dinner plate and belly flopped to freedom into the dark waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

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    12 Sep 11
  • Ordinance would cover naked bottoms

    In the San Francisco Bay area where tolerance is king, it is a rare politician willing to clamp down on citizens who let it all hang out.

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    12 Sep 11
  • Green glowing cats are seen in this undated handout photo. Mayo Clinic researchers have developed a genome-based immunization strategy to fight feline AIDS and illuminate ways to combat human HIV/AIDS and other diseases.

    U.S. scientists have developed a strain of green-glowing cats with cells that resist infection from a virus that causes feline AIDS, a finding that may help prevent the disease in cats and advance AIDS research in people.

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    12 Sep 11