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Favored In GOP Senate Primary, Linda McMahon Faces Critics Left And Right

Former World Wrestling Entertainment executive Linda McMahon is making her second run for a U.S. Senate seat in Connecticut. Once again she is campaigning with primarily her own millions. And her opponents again say she can't separate herself from the controversial side of professional wrestling.
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In Colorado Wildfires' Wake, Survivors Live In Limbo

Wildfire-ravaged Colorado is experiencing its most destructive fire season ever. Large blazes have destroyed more than 600 homes and claimed the lives of six people. The recovery process is only just beginning for the scores of people who lost their homes.
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Google To Buy Frommer's Travel Guides

Financial terms were not disclosed, but one news report said Google will pay about $23 million. The deal could allow Google to sell travel-related ads against search results that feature Frommer's.
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Summer Nights: Baltimore's 'Little Italy'

Grab a picnic blanket and a canoli as our "Summer Nights" series takes us to Baltimore's Little Italy. Their outdoor film festival is showing The Godfather for the first time under the stars this summer.
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A Lasting Legacy In Pomona, Calif.

Dr. Jamie Lynn Garcia grew the two-room Pomona Free Clinic into the Pomona Community Health Center, which serves thousands of homeless and uninsured residents.
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Gardening For Good In Pompano, Fla.

The Need to Feed Gardening Initiative plants community gardens, runs a community cafe and donates fresh produce to local food pantries.
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Hog Prices Rise On Word That Feds Will Buy Pork In Bid To Help Farmers

President Obama announced today that the federal government will try to help farmers hit hard by feed prices that have been driven up due to the drought. The plan to buy pork, chicken, lamb and catfish products will raise prices.

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