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An uneasy economy, and those living through it

Meal programs expand summer nutrition for kids

Mich. GOP Senate candidate Land has deep pockets

California Latinos show deep roots in US

Some immigrants excluded from health care overhaul

Valkanis denies hand in Kosmina departure

Poll: low-wage workers, bosses at odds on training

Poll - Bank of England may cap mortgage-income ratio to calm market

Vashon Island: Boutique marijuana crop seen as lifeline for struggling...

MFB seeks to terminate enterprise agreement with firefighters

Nevada teen missing after Southwest flooding

NZX 50 Index slips 0.3 per cent

In rush to embrace diversity, firms overlook the disabled

New York City mayor unveils affordable housing plan

Everest avalanche a reminder of risks Sherpas face

Brazilians Vote for President as Polls Show Voters Divided

An uneasy economy, and those living through it

Sydney's Reid eager to improve AFL game

Not happy with work? Wait until you're 50 or older

Hawks look ominous as AFL finals loom

Summer travel forecast: Better, but no blowout

Winfrey's Armstrong interview seen by 3.2 million

PM promises assistance, drought tour dogged by rain

Analysis: Obama budget tries to have it both ways

U.S. student debt burden falling more on top earners, easing bubble fears

Britain hikes growth forecasts in pre-election boost

Brazilians vote for President as polls show divided electorate

Crisis pulls 2.6 million children below poverty line: UNICEF

Gender gap report highlights lack of women in management

Cost from disasters quadrupled in 30 years: World Bank

UK property surveyors urge BoE to cap house price growth

Sharks lose, ugly Dogs snap losing streak

'New' Obama tinkers rather than transforms

How do you spell 'winner' at the National Spelling Bee?

As evangelist opens US crusade, zeal and questions

Hong Kong's 'silent majority' critical of protests

Powerful car bomb kills 18 in south Beirut suburb

Blacks still face challenges in economic equality

Workers say strikes out in Japan

Economic bright spots not a sure boost for Obama

Boyd's goal search resumes against Blues

Nappy-wearing Thai bus conductors fight for rights

Many who have left US labor force say they would like to return

Brazilians jam in front of TVs for World Cup start

Unexpected drop in spending hurts US growth view