Debt Ceiling Talks Drag On
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Syrian Government Escalates Crackdown Ahead Of Ramadan
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Bond Downgrade Likely Consequence Of Debt Ceiling Increase
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Neil Johnson, a University of Miami physicist, developed this mathematical formula to predict insurgent attacks in war zones. Courtesy of Neil Johnson hide caption

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Math Can Predict Insurgent Attacks, Physicist Says
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Former Obama Adviser Brews A Different Tea Party
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House Speaker John Boehner has represented Ohio's 8th Congressional District since 1990. His constituents have been paying close attention to his role in the debt-ceiling negotiations. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Boehner's District Assesses His Role In Debt Talks
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Education Cuts Squeeze N.C. Teachers
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New Mexico chili peppers are distinct, but locals in the pepper industry have been struggling to compete with the foreign pepper market. A new state law requires that only New Mexico-grown peppers are labeled as such. Danise Coon/AP/NMSU Chile Pepper Institute hide caption

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It's Law: New Mexico Green Chilies Are Special
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Ramadan Arrives In Rebel-Held Libya
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Markets Teeter As Tuesday's Debt Deadline Nears
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Endgame Begins In Debt Ceiling Talks
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