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Iraq offers key moral, financial support to Syrian autocrat
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Its stance is a setback to the Obama administration and raises fresh concerns that Iraq is drifting further into the orbit of an American arch rival — Iran.
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Merkel, Sarkozy reach banks accord
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German, French leaders promise sweeping changes to euro zone’s governance, but offer few details.
White House could learn from the Occupy Wall Street movement
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Not all microbes are bad, scientists find
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Humans and the microorganisms that live in and on our bodies play surprisingly important roles.
Finding love through pain of war
 Greg Jaffe
She met him before he left for Afghanistan. When he lost his legs, she saw him and the war differently.
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McCartney, Shevell wed in London
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In effort to reach out to families, teachers start making house calls
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Increasingly more educators are reaching out to families in a manner once considered out of bounds in an effort to turn unresponsive parents into allies.
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Perry, Romney court conservatives
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Herman Cain ‘one of the people’ at Costco
Former Godfather's Pizza chief executive Herman Cain talks about why he resonates with voters at Costco in Arlington on Friday where he signed his book, "This is Herman Cain! My Journey to the White House.”
Brewers win in extra innings, advance to NLCS
Nyjer Morgan did it again for Milwaukee, delivering an RBI single in the 10th inning to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 3-2 Friday in Game 5 and send the Brewers to the NL championship series. (Oct. 7)
Sir Paul McCartney to marry for a third time
Sir Paul McCartney will soon be wed to Nancy Shevell, his third try at marriage. (Oct. 8)
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'Occupy DC' protesters rally in Freedom Plaza
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Romney: U.S. must dominate this century
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Women's rights activists win Nobel Peace Prize
The 2011 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded Friday to Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Liberian peace activist Leymah Gbowee and Tawakkul Karman of Yemen for their work on women's rights. (Oct. 7)
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