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Many of Bank of America's problems stem from its purchase of the subprime mortgage lender Countrywide Financial. Chuck Burton/AP hide caption

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A 'Good Deal' For BofA, A 'Great Deal' For Buffett

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Steve Jobs stepped down as Apple CEO Wednesday. And now many are left wondering what's next for the company. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Can Apple Fly As High Without Steve Jobs?

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U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack addresses a crowd of slightly more than 200 people during a town meeting Wednesday at the Duluth International Airport in Minnesota. Steve Kuchera/AP/The Duluth News-Tribune hide caption

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In Summer Of Angry Voters, Whither The Town Hall?

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Supporters of the Mujahedeen-e Khalq, an Iranian exile group, demonstrate in front of the U.S. Embassy in The Hague, Netherlands, on Aug. 4, 2009. The U.S. State Department is reviewing the group's status on the Foreign Terrorist Organization list. Valerie Kuypers/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Iranian Exile Group Lobbies To Get Off Terrorist List

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Perth Amboy, NJ's long-running free concert series is just one program threatened by loss of funding as the Music Performance Trust Fund dries up. Felix Contreras hide caption

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Felix Contreras

A Dwindling Trust Puts Free Concerts On The Rocks

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Fen Rascoe boards up his parents' cottage as they prepare for Hurricane Irene on Thursday in Nags Head, N.C., which is under a mandatory evacuation order. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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FEMA Deploys Support Teams As Irene Looms

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Anthony Makk (right) and husband Bradford Wells at their San Francisco home on Aug. 8. Though legally married in 2004, Makk faces deportation back to his native Australia. Noah Berger/San Francisco Chronicle via Polaris Images hide caption

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New Deportation Rules Give Boost To Gay Rights

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