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October 26, 2012
Do Political Ads Actually Work?
Obama Campaign Expected To Top $1B In Fundraising
The Future Of 'Short Attention Span Theater'
Detroit Tigers Look To Regroup In World Series
President Embraces 'Obamacare'; What Would Romney Do?
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Energy Independence Wouldn't Make Gasoline Any Cheaper
Publishers Random House, Penguin In Merger Talks
What Windows 8 Could Mean For You
Iconic British Cab Company Is On The Skids
President Obama Stops In Chicago To Vote Early
Romney Hits Campaign Trail In Ohio
Many Have Doubts Over Syria Cease-Fire
Marcela Gaviria met Dr. Dempsey Springfield when she was 12, and he performed an operation to save her leg from complications from cancer. Since then, he's performed countless operations on her.
After 30 Years Of Surgeries, Doctor And Patient Dance
This artistic interpretation shows an adult and juvenile feathered
Hey, Sexy Dino, Show Me Your Feathers
Study Linking Aspartame, Cancer Causes Controversy
The Roles Of Church And Voting In Abortion Debate
Chess Prodigies Shine In 'Brooklyn Castle'
Mario Kreutzberger, aka Don Francisco, has served as host of
S since the show's debut in 1962. The variety show will mark its 50th anniversary on Saturday.
'Sábado Gigante' Celebrates 50 With Lots Of Variety
Jail Inmates Sue For Access To Dental Floss
Shark Surprises Golfers In Southern California
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