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  • A car passes a section of Route 112 that was washed out during Hurricane Irene in Halifax, Vermont August 29, 2011.

    New Jersey and Vermont struggled with their worst flooding in decades on Monday, a day after Hurricane Irene slammed an already soaked U.S. Northeast with torrential rain, dragging away homes and submerging neighborhoods underwater.

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    30 Aug 11
  • Honda Accords sit parked outside SanTan Honda Superstore in Chandler, Arizona in this June 2, 2011 file photo.

    Lenders are making more subprime auto loans again, reversing the cautious approach they adopted after the credit crisis, an industry research firm said on Tuesday.

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    30 Aug 11
  • The DAX board is pictured at the Frankfurt stock exchange August 19, 2011. REUTERS/Alex Domanski

    Global shares edged up to their highest in nearly two weeks on Tuesday, but the rally looked to be running out of steam on the back of concerns over Europe’s debt troubles and U.S. growth.

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    30 Aug 11
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    State Amateur Baseball Tourney: Class B:Sauk Rapids 12–Burnsville 1 (7 Inn)(Sauk Rapids Champions) Class C Results:Nisswa 2–Fairmont 1 (13 Inn)Waconia 6–New Prague 5Isanti 4–Miltona 2Big Lake 8–Mankato Mets 2 New Ulm Special Olympic Softball team …

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    29 Aug 11
  • Astronomers discover planet made of diamond

    Astronomers have spotted an exotic planet that seems to be made of diamond racing around a tiny star in our galactic backyard.

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    29 Aug 11
  • Costco can’t move “I slipped on a slurpee” lawsuit

    A 74-year-old woman who said she was injured after falling in a Costco store in Florida beat back the retailer’s effort to move the case to that state because it was too much trouble to defend itself in New York.

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    29 Aug 11
  • Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke speaks with Professor of International Economics at Catholic University of Buenos Aires Martin Redrado as they exit the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Economic Policy Symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, August 26, 2011.

    The heads of the U.S. Federal Reserve, IMF and OECD stepped up pressure on political leaders on both sides of the Atlantic to shake off their inertia and tackle urgent economic problems.

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    29 Aug 11