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New Obama ad attacks Romney on jobs

President Barack Obama opened a new advertising assault on challenger Mitt Romney’s record as a businessman — his primary strength with an American electorate still deeply worried about the economy — casting the likely Republican nominee as a greedy entrepreneur who bought up comp...   | Read..
 

Facebook co-founder quits US to save tax

Eduardo Saverin, the co-founder of Facebook, has given up his US citizenship in a move that should reduce his tax bill, just as the world’s largest social networkin...   | Read..
 

49 bodies found along Mexico highway

Forty-nine mutilated bodies were found dumped along a highway yesterday near Monterrey, Mexico’s third-largest city, according to officials....   | Read..
 

Gayoom’s dynasty rises

Dhunya Maumoon, former Maldivian dictator Maumoon Abdul Gayoom’s 42-year-old daughter, is all set to head her father’s political party in the coming days and ...   | Read..
 

Fairy tale ending for Desperate Housewives

For eight years, the women of Wisteria Lane battled alcoholism, cancer, cheating husbands and direct attempts on their lives, but in the TV series finale yesterday, four D...   | Read..
 
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