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Clinton backs Obama immigration move

Clinton: Obama immigration effort 'historic step'

China's home-price fall deepens despite policy support, FDI slips

Abe Calls for Early Election After Shelving Sales Tax Increase

Abe Set to Delay Tax Hike, Call Election to Renew Mandate

Japan October trade deficit narrows sharply on export boost

Quade Cooper eyes off return to ring

Asian stocks mostly lower, Tokyo hit by economy data

Chipmakers lead Wall St. selloff S&ampP lowest since May

Abe listening to Krugman after Tokyo limo ride on Abenomics fate

GOP issues a new 'fiscal cliff' offer to Obama

Criminal probe adds to Texas cancer agency woes

New Austrian downhill coach shakes up US Ski Team

Eurozone slides back into recession

NKorea's economic zone remains under construction

Woman who fought flesh-eating illness goes home

Showers at NY Fashion Week, spring in their steps

Obama turns to technology during convention

Democrats open 2012 convention

Pentagon debuts float in Rose parade to honor vets

US manufacturing expanded slightly last month

Karzai: US troop immunity up to Afghan elders

US economy shrinks 0.1 pct., 1st time in 3½ years

Chicago woman loses 4th child to gun violence

Futures slide on meager growth figures

China August exports beat forecasts, point to stabilization

Mayweather leaves no doubt after another big win

Russia GDP grows disappointing 1.2% in Q3

Swiss skier Lara Gut wins World Cup opening GS

China factory index: 1st contraction in 6 months

Oil prices ease after sharp gains

IMF still sees 'large uncertainty' over Greek comeback

Chubby George shown off at christening

Construction grew, first time in 3 years

US oil prices higher as stockpile accumulation slows

Review: $279 Chromebook good as secondary computer

Stocks extend slide as China heightens anxiety

Mayweather, Alvarez start 11-city tour in NYC

Paul staying in LA, Howard hears pitches to leave

Asian shares up after Dow breaks milestone

Blackhawks overcome Flames 3-1

In northern New England, this season's name is mud

Asia stocks fall on slack US jobs data Nikkei up

Construction sector declines again

Review: HTC One impresses but software disappoints