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  • President Barack Obama addresses a joint session of the United States Congress on the subject of job creation on Capitol Hill in Washington, September 8, 2011

    President Barack Obama, seeking to rescue the troubled U.S. economy and his own prospects for re-election, embarks on an uphill battle on Friday to win Republican support for a make-or-break $447 billion jobs plan.

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    09 Sep 11
  • The city of San Diego remains in the dark following a power outage September 8, 2011.

    A massive blackout caused by “human failure” left nearly 5 million people without power in parts of California, Arizona and Mexico on Thursday, and officials said many residents may be out of service for a day or more.

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    09 Sep 11
  • New York Police Department Inspector James Kehoe stands in the street and directs a "Critical Vehicle Response" deployment in New York August 24, 2011.

    President Barack Obama on Wednesday ordered a redoubling of counter-terrorism efforts in the face of a “credible but unconfirmed” threat ahead of the 10th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks.

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    09 Sep 11
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    Don’t think for a second San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers won’t be targeting the Vikings’ outside cornerbacks in Sunday’s opener. Cedric Griffin returned with one reconstructed knee last season and promptly blew out the other. …

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    08 Sep 11
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    Chris Parmelee drove in his first career runs with a two-run double and the Minnesota Twins avoided a four-game sweep with a 5-4 victory over the visiting Chicago White Sox on Wednesday. The loss dropped …

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    08 Sep 11
  • Sport Headlines for 9/8/11

    College Volleyball Results:Bethany Lutheran 3 Hamline 1Northwestern 3 St.Benedict 1St.Catherine 3 Crown 1 Major League Baseball:Minnesota 5 Chicago 4

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    08 Sep 11
  • U.S. man nabbed for smuggling grenade parts

    Mexican police arrested a U.S. man accused of trafficking grenade and gun parts to one of the country’s deadliest drug cartels in a sign the gangs could now be making their own weapons, authorities said on Tuesday.

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    08 Sep 11
  • Red lingerie to lure Hungarians online for census

    Hungary has produced a provocative video advertisement to encourage more people to fill out its national census online next month

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    08 Sep 11