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Billionaire Charles Wyly dies in car crash
Texas billionaire Charles Wyly died in a car accident on Sunday.
Arab countries join condemnation of Syrian crackdown
Saudi king condemns Syria
Police struggle to find motive in Ohio shooting rampage (VIDEO)
Hance was "an unpleasant and strange person."
Hugo Chavez sets sights on another term despite cancer treatment
Venezuelan leader has "more strength than before" to pursue election.
Gold hits record highs as US stocks take continued beating
Some speculate the price of gold could shoot past $1,800 an ounce.
Libya rebels dissolve cabinet after commander's death
Libyan rebels dissolved their executive committee on Monday.
Wall Street has its worst day since the 2008 financial crisis
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 635 points.
House ends page program
Boehner and Pelosi: Pages are "severely underutilized."
Typhoon Muifa now a tropical storm
But Muifa still forces evacuations as it moves across China.
Turkey pressures Syrian regime to stop bloodshed
Turkey among foreign envoys urging Assad regime to stop killing protestors
61-year-old Diana Nyad halts Cuba-to-Florida swim
Diana Nyad has abandoned her attempt to swim from Cuba to Florida.
Maid sues Strauss-Kahn over "sadistic attack"
Dominique Strauss-Kahn now sued for an alleged "sadistic attack"
Federal Reserve officials meeting in Washington
Fed officials will hold a regular meeting in Washington on Tuesday.
Bank of America stock falls 20 percent after $10 billion lawsuit
Bank of America stock falls 20 percent.
US to tell Syria's Assad to leave power
US to hit regime with stiffer sanctions.
Apple passes Exxon as the most valuable US company
Last year Apple passed Microsoft.
U.K. riots spread to Manchester and other cities
Violence has broken out in cities to the north of London.
Justice Department sues for-profit college company
The Justice Department accuses Education Management Corporation of fraud.
First three lawmakers picked for deficit reduction “super committee”
Harry Reid has announced his three picks for the deficit reduction panel.
Asia stock markets rally after late gains on Wall Street
Asian markets bounce after Wall Street closes higher on Fed rates outlook
U.S. steps up anti-Gaddafi campaign
America diplomats urge African nations to demand Gaddafi surrender
Israel accused of cutting Gaza's powerlines
Israel blamed for Internet and phone services being cut off in Gaza
U.S. soldier indicted in Ft. Hood bomb plot
A grand jury indicted a U.S. Army private in a Fort Hood bomb plot.
U.S. drone kills at least 20 militants in Pakistan
American-fired missiles killed at least 20 Islamist militants in Pakistan
Wall Street slides in early trading
Wall Street opened lower on Wednesday.
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