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  • Popular tattooed Barbie causes controversy

    With pink hair and tattoos across her shoulders and neck, U.S. toymaker Mattel’s latest collector’s edition Barbie doll could be compared more to the edgy female heroine of author Stieg Larrson’s best-selling Millennium trilogy than to the more traditional Barbies.

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    27 Oct 11
  • Cain video ad blows smoke in unorthodox campaign

    A campaign video showing Republican presidential front-runner Herman Cain’s chief of staff blowing smoke from a cigarette at the camera drew heavy play on the Internet on Tuesday.

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    27 Oct 11
  • Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney arrives for the CNN Western Republican presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 18, 2011

    Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney leads his campaign rivals in the four states that kick off the 2012 Republican presidential race, according to CNN/Time/ORC polls released on Wednesday.

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    27 Oct 11
  • A view of the Pennsylvania State Capitol Building, as seen from State Street in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania October 12, 2011

    For three days last summer, Mayor Linda Thompson joined religious leaders to pray for a “cooperative spirit” among city leaders, the business community and residents here in Pennsylvania’s state capital.

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    27 Oct 11
  • Sports-Results

    Section 2AAA Volleyball Results:State Class A Team Tennis Results:College Volleyball Results:Womens Soccer

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    27 Oct 11
  • The Latest – October 27, 2011

    Here is the latest sports news: Vikes CB Cook has hearing. Robison fined. Wild face Ducks. NBA, Players Engage In Another Marathon Session(New York, NY) — The NBA owners and players met for more than …

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    27 Oct 11
  • Man, 87, nabbed with 228 pounds of cocaine, police say

    An 87-year-old Indiana man was arraigned on drug charges in federal court in Detroit on Monday after police found 228 pounds of cocaine worth an estimated $2.9 million in his pickup following a routine traffic stop.

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    26 Oct 11
  • Millions of escaped bees shut down highway

    A flatbed truck carrying hundreds of beehives overturned near a construction zone on a Utah highway, freeing millions of bees and forcing authorities to temporarily close Interstate 15, officials said on Monday.

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    26 Oct 11