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Rents Slashed in America's Tallest Building

Rents Slashed in America's Tallest Building New World Trade Center is only 55 percent leased as opening approaches....

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Go For the Food: Food That Shines in Times Square

Go For the Food: Food That Shines in Times Square Go For the Food: Some great food shines in busy, gaudy Times Square...

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EU Summit Seeks Way out of Election Quagmire

EU Summit Seeks Way out of Election Quagmire EU leaders meet to plot a new course for EU after elections bring anti-EU groups to the fore...

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Clinton Proud of Diplomatic Accomplishments

Clinton Proud of Diplomatic Accomplishments Hillary Clinton says in book excerpts that she is 'proud of what we accomplished' at State...

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GOP Pressing Obama to Confront Russia Over Nukes

GOP Pressing Obama to Confront Russia Over Nukes Republicans press Obama to confront Russia over alleged cheating on nuclear treaty...

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Diversity an Issue as Book Convention Opens

Diversity an Issue as Book Convention Opens The whiteness of publishing: Diversity an issue as book convention opens...

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A Busy Afternoon With Joshua Henry, Tony Nominee

A Busy Afternoon With Joshua Henry, Tony Nominee 'I'm just trying to take a deep breath and enjoy the ride' _ an afternoon with Joshua Henry...

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Iraq: Suicide Attack Kills at Least 14 in Baghdad

Iraq: Suicide Attack Kills at Least 14 in Baghdad Iraqi officials: Suicide attack in busy commercial area in Baghdad kills at least 14 people...

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From Beaches to Bangkok, Tourists Ask 'What Coup?'

From Beaches to Bangkok, Tourists Ask 'What Coup?' Coup in sunny Thailand spurs overseas cancelations, as tourists on beaches ask, 'What coup?'...

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Cheers, Jeers Await FIFA Boss Blatter in Brazil

Cheers, Jeers Await FIFA Boss Blatter in Brazil Cheers from voters, jeers from fans await election-seeking FIFA boss Blatter in Brazil...

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China Says 5 Terror Suspects Detained

China Says 5 Terror Suspects Detained Chinese police: 5 terrorism suspects detained in northwest, bomb materials seized...

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Pilgrim's Pride Offers to Buy Hillshire for $5.58B

Pilgrim's Pride Offers to Buy Hillshire for $5.58B Pilgrim's Pride offers to buy Hillshire Brands for $5.58 billion...

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Fire Breaks out at Bethlehem's Church of Nativity

Fire Breaks out at Bethlehem's Church of Nativity Fire breaks out at Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity, traditional birthplace of Jesus Christ...

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Turkey: European Elections Sign of Rising Racism

Turkey: European Elections Sign of Rising Racism Turkish PM says European elections are sign of rising racism in Europe...

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Sudanese Woman Facing Death Sentence Gives Birth

Sudanese Woman Facing Death Sentence Gives Birth Meriam Yehya Ibrahim Ishag, the Sudanese woman facing a death sentence for marrying a Christian, has given birth, Amnesty International confirmed to ABC News, according to her lawyer....

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Li Na Loses in 1st Round at French Open

Li Na Loses in 1st Round at French Open Australian Open champion Li Na loses in 1st round at French Open, a day after Wawarinka lost...

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Euronext Exchange to Go Public, Independent

Euronext Exchange to Go Public, Independent ICE announces public offering for European stock exchange Euronext...

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Rents Cut at 1 World Trade Center, Owners Say

Rents Cut at 1 World Trade Center, Owners Say Rents cut nearly 10 percent at 1 World Trade Center amid slow leasing activity, owners say...

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From Beaches to Bangkok, Tourists Ask 'What Coup?'

From Beaches to Bangkok, Tourists Ask 'What Coup?' Coup in sunny Thailand spurs overseas cancelations, as tourists on beaches ask, 'What coup?'...

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Columbus, Toledo Zoos Opening New Exhibits

Columbus, Toledo Zoos Opening New Exhibits Toledo Zoo opens new bird-themed exhibits, Columbus Zoo debuts 43-acre safari exhibit...

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