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Warmer temps have caused the permanent ice sheets of Greenland, Antarctica to melt at an accelerating rate
The recent recession spurred a decline of U.S. birthrates, particularly among immigrant women.
Men's basketball accomplishments of the Big East schools that have left or are leaving the conference
Mongolia followed Bolivia and Zambia in selling govt bonds this year at yields comparable to developed countries
Risking foreclosure, longer delays
A map printed in new Chinese passports depicts disputed islands as part of China
Only 20 seconds of warning were given at the Texas rail crossing where 4 veterans died after being hit by a train
Modern implants collect reams of data, but patients don’t have direct access to that information
Japan's spat with China takes big toll on tourism
North Korea's illegal weapons pipeline flows on
Afghanistan imports 80% of its power but is taking steps for greater energy independence
The U.S. housing market is now a key economic driver at a time when other sectors are slowing
New student loans and debt outstanding by type of consumer loan in the U.S.
Share of balance outstanding that is 90 days or more overdue, by loan type in the U.S.
Traders stalk a rally for U.S. corn
Could a car that knows when you are stressed or ill save you from having an accident?
After voters approved tax hikes, investors warmed to California bonds
N.J. Gov Chris Christie's approval ratings jumped after superstorm Sandy
Gov. Cuomo's $42 billion estimated tab for superstorm Sandy repair breakdown
A 'slum-clearance' campaign in Syria appears to be targeting areas sympathetic to rebels
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