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Hurricane Irene Begins Vicious Churn Up East Coast
As Storm Looms, NYC Shuts Down Mass Transit
This NOAA satellite image shows Hurricane Irene as it approached the East Coast on Friday.
Insurers Prepare For Flood Of Claims From Irene
Week In News: Bernanke, Tax Breaks
A man pours gas into the tank of his car in Tripoli on Saturday. Residents in the Libyan capital are scrambling to get basic supplies, such as fuel and water.
Humanitarian Situation In Tripoli Increasingly Dire
Libyans show their support for the rebellion after Friday prayers near Green Square in Tripoli.
Is Libya The First 'True Arab Revolution'?
Hurricane Clobbers Mid-Atlantic
Steve Jobs holds up an iPhone at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco in June 2010. Jobs resigned as Apple's CEO on Wednesday.
Does Jobs Have Place In History Beside Edison, Ford?
NASCAR Drivers Pair Up On Track
Forensic anthropology applies the study of the human skeleton to the legal process.
'Flash And Bones': A High-Speed Murder Mystery
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