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October 6, 2011
Apple Co-Founder Steve Jobs Dies At 56
Chinese Apple Users Mourn Steve Job's Death
A revolutionary fighter watches over two suspected Gadhafi loyalists in Sirte, Libya, last month. By some estimates, up to 30 to 40 percent of Libyans are sympathetic to former dictator Moammar Gadhafi.
Gadhafi May Be Hard To Find, But Not His Supporters
Arab Bloggers Gather In Tunisia After Arab Spring
Boston Mob Victims' Families Press On In Court Fight
Tough Ala. Immigration Law Changes Ways Of Life
Egypt, 30 Years After Anwar Sadat's Death
Apple's Steve Jobs Remembered As A 'Visionary'
Senate Democrats Propose Surtax On Millionaires
Calif. Agency Considers Climate Change In Its Plans
India Unveils Inexpensive Tablet Computer
Remembering Steve Jobs' 'Attention To Detail'
Bipartisan Support For China Tariffs Ahead Of Vote
Thousands Join In Occupy Wall Street Protests
Christie Allies Freed To Support Other Candidates
Steve Jobs Helped Revolutionize Animated Movies
How Belgium Mirrors Europe's Economic Divide
Aging Parking Meters Get Solar Upgrade
Adonis, born Ali Ahmad Said Esber, is one of the contenders for the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Long Literary Shadows On Nobel Shortlist
Civil Rights Pioneer Rev. Shuttlesworth Dies At 89
Obama To Congress: Make Jobs Proposal Top Priority
Squirrel Steals Spotlight At Phillies-Cardinals Game
Horshack Move Banned At British School
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