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Wal-Mart Cuts About 11,200 Sam’s Club Staffers

NEW YORK (AP) — Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said Sunday it is cutting about 11,200 jobs…

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Andre Ayew, Ibrahim Ayew, Lee Addy, Haminu Draman

Ghana players, from right, Andre Ayew, Ibrahim Ayew, Lee Addy, and Haminu Draman react after…

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AP Top News At 4:10 P.m. EST

CAIRO (AP) — Osama bin Laden endorsed the failed attempt to blow up a U.S.…

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Israelis Says Anti-Semitism Peaked In 2009

JERUSALEM (AP) — The findings of an Israeli report released Sunday says 2009 saw the…

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Obama Shoots Some Hoops With Daughters

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is sharing his love of the game of basketball…

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Paul Smith

British designer Paul Smith, center, acknowledges applause after his Men’s Fall Winter 2010-2011 fashion collection…

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‘Pop’ Icon Bubble Wrap Celebrates 50th Birthday

SADDLE BROOK, N.J. (AP) — People have walked to the altar dressed in it, protected…

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McCain Says Campaign Finance Reform Is Dead

WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. John McCain says the movement he led to reform how political…

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Julia Riedel

European Champion Julia Riedel of Germany celebrates as she crosses the finish line during the…

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Cape Wind’s Fate Unclear, Even In Obama’s Hands

BOSTON (AP) — After eight years of review, the future of a controversial wind farm…

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Corruption Rampant In Pennsylvania Coal Country

WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP) — Former NFL linebacker Greg Skrepenak came home to Pennsylvania and parlayed…

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Republicans Head To Waikiki To Work On Strategy

HONOLULU (AP) — A high-tax, big-government Democratic bastion for five decades and President Barack Obama’s…

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Grief And Charity In NY Town Home To Many Haitians

SPRING VALLEY, N.Y. (AP) — In a suburban New York City village heavily populated with…

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Ex-US Commerce Secretary Mosbacher Dies In Texas

HOUSTON (AP) — Robert Mosbacher Sr., a Houston oil multimillionaire who served as U.S. Commerce…

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Aging Bikers Taking To The Streets On Beefy Trikes

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Arthur McCoy didn’t let the amputation of a leg because of…

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Oliver Roggisch,Nikola Karabatic

Oliver Roggisch of Germany, right, and Nikola Karabatic of France fight for the ball…

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Lars Kaufmann,Guillaume Gille,Cedrik Sorhaindo

Lars Kaufmann, center, of Germany, scores as Didier Dinart, left, and Cedrik Sorhaindo of…

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Abel Henandez, Marco Donadel

Palermo’s Abel Henandez, of Uruguay, foreground, and Fiorentina Marco Donadel battle for the ball during…

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Holger Glandorf,Guillaume Gille

Holger Glandorf of Germany, left, and Guillaume Gille of France, in action during the…

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Michael Haass,Didier Dinart,Jose Maria Rodriguez

Michael Haass, center, of Germany, Didier Dinart, left, and Cedrik Sorhaindo of France challenge…

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