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2 hrs ago | TwinCities

Federal deficit to dip below $600 billion for first time since recession, White House predicts

The White House said Friday that the federal budget deficit will fall to $583 billion this year, the smallest deficit of President Barack Obama's tenure and the first to dip below $600 billion since the Great Recession took hold in 2008.


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6 hrs ago | The WSU Signpost

Top five devastating hurricanes

With the 2014 hurricane season underway, on Wednesday Japan faced one of the mightiest typhoons the Western Pacific has seen this year.


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10 hrs ago | WLNE-TV Providence

Second round of disaster recovery plan approved

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has approved the second round of the state's disaster recovery action plan.


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14 hrs ago | ABC News

Government Shutdown Baby Boom: Real or Coincidence?

It's been nine months since the government shutdown , and some D.C. area hospitals are reporting a surprising development: Babies.


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18 hrs ago |

Deficit likely to dip, but outlook less rosy

In its midyear review of the nation's finances, the White House predicted that the deficit for the fiscal year that ends in September will be about $66 billion lower than the administration forecast in February.


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Fri Jul 11, 2014

Star News Group

Shoring up the town

Yesterday marked another important day in Mantoloking's recovery from Hurricane Sandy.


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Cavalier Daily

RUDGLEY: Finding the greener path

The biggest public policy crisis facing our generation is climate change. Public opinion polls and demagogic politicians will say otherwise, but even economic downturns as bad as the Great Recession are temporary and cyclical; the daily disappearance of rare species is permanent.


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The Independent

Is maverick master builder Bjarke Ingels the world's smartest architect - or just the craziest?

From a power station topped with a ski slope, to a flood-defence park in Manhattan - there's no such thing as 'can't' for this architect Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.


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Red Bank Green

Red Bank: Boondocks in the Spotlight

Back from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, Red Bank's five-year-old Boondocks Fishery is about to get a bit of metro-area exposure.


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The York Daily Record

Many still trying to rebuild beach homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy

Mike Prezioso's home in Oartley Beach, N.J. has been in his family since he was little.


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The Washington Post

Is every Obama visit a photo-op?

President Obama didn't visit the U.S.-Mexico border on his trip to Texas this week because he said a "photo-op" would not solve the immigration crisis.


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Kings Point Waterfront Estate Up for Auction

A 40,000-square-foot waterfront estate with a seven-bedroom, 2.5 bath home will be sold to the highest bidder on July 23 by David R. Maltz & Co.


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Thu Jul 10, 2014


County seeks to shore up South Siesta Key

Photo by Jessica Salmond Turtle Beach's skinny shore is still a popular location for beachgoers and kite surfers.


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Tech Tips and Disaster Prep Planning

A 93-year-old woman survived Hurricane Sandy, but not before her family went through hell wondering if she was alive, being that her landline was down and she had no cellphone.


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The Jersey Journal

Construction starts on steel wall for Mantoloking-Brick oceanfront

MANTOLOKING - Valerie McDowell was all smiles this morning when the yellow pile driver started shoving a 45-foot sheet of steel through an 18-foot high dune on Mantoloking's beachfront.


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From The Shelf- DGUSA Freedom Fight 2012

From The Shelf- DGUSA Freedom Fight 2012 Posted by Dylan Diot on 07.10.2014 Johnny Gargano defends the Open the Freedom Gate Championship against three off his toughest prior challengers..... DGUSA Freedom Fight 2012 11-4-12 Deer Park, NY Your host is Arda Ocal.


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Hot Air

Obama's pathetic border crisis blame shifting

President Barack Obama really wants you to know that Republicans share the blame for the ongoing crisis at the border.


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Washington Times

Rick Perry: Obama showed up after Hurricane Sandy, why not the Texas border?

Texas Gov. Rick Perry challenged President Obama's reasoning for not traveling to the border during a fundraising swing through the Lone Star state, saying Americans expect their commander-in-chief to respond to the unfolding humanitarian crisis in much the same way he responds to natural disasters.


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New York Daily News

Rikers officers beat handcuffed inmate after Hurricane Sandy: prosecutors

Correction Capt. Moises Simancas, 43, and Officers April Jackson, 34, and Tyrone Wint, 28, repeatedly hit inmate Gabino Genao with their feet, fists and batons on Oct. 30, 2012, after he became verbally abusive when told to stay in his cell during the storm, according to Bronx District Attorney Robert Johnson.


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Mothers bring kids to Senate to push for EPA's climate change rule

"By the time my kids are adults, storms like Hurricane Katrina and superstorm Hurricane Sandy will be commonplace," said Heather Clark, a member of the Moms Clean Air Force and lead organizer of the protest.


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