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US admiral says climate change number one worry for Navy

A US Navy Admiral said Wednesday that climate change was the greatest threat to the Pacific region in the long-term.

Michael Bloomberg announced Wednesday his own super PAC

New York mayor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg announced on his website Wednesday that he was creating his own super PAC.

Study reveals why some Muslim countries hate America

Anti-American sentiment is a very real factor in the Islamic world, and it has very real implications for the US.

Don Cornelius: Love, peace and soul train

A look back at the life of Soul Train emcee Don Cornelius who was found shot dead in an apparent suicide in his Los Angeles home earlier today.

Europe: the wisdom of markets?

When it comes to pricing sovereign debt, can anyone figure out what the bond markets are thinking?
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Campaigners for minority party Equo hold election rally on steps of Bank of Spain in Madrid. Despite likelihood of a right-wing government winning this weekend's elections bond markets drove Spanish 10-year bond yields to record highs today. (CRISTINA QUICLER/AFP/Getty Images)
Do bond markets know what they're doing?
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Some British police unhappy as Cameron consults U.S. "supercop" on riots

Bill Brereton, a former deputy chief constable of North Wales Police, told BBC Wales: "I don't think Bill Bratton has got the answers for us."

Agreement is reached to end U.S. debt crisis, Obama says

Obama said the agreement would result in the lowest level of domestic spending since the Eisenhower administration.

With $76 billion in reserve, Apple now has more cash than the U.S. government

Not only has the world's highest-valued technology company surpassed the fiscal strength of the world's most powerful nation, but Apple is now the second-largest company on the planet, after Exxon Mobil.

Tea party's Bachmann says there would be calls for impeachment if Obama used 14th amendment (VIDEO)

The 14th amendment option to address the debt ceiling standoff in Congress has been discussed for a while, and as the Aug. 2 deadline looms ever closer, the discussion is growing louder.
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