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The unusually lethal strain of the bacteria has infected more than 1,500 people, mystifying public health officials and touching off panic in Europe.
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No president since Franklin Roosevelt has won re-election with unemployment above 7.2 percent. To keep his own job, President Obama may have to defy this trend.
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