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(see webpage) Human Population Last 10,000 Years
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(see webpage) Latin America-style kidnappings move into Ariz.
  1. a terrifyingly common crime in Latin America has moved across the border into the United States
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USAToday Ex Mlt Dwn- Slavery Grows World Wide
  1. 40,000-50,000 foreign women and girls are brought each year and forced to work as prostitutes or in sweatshops.
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WashPost Boomerang Graduates
  1. Your graduate is coming home, not just for cake and ice cream but to stay with you for a few months or maybe a few years.
  2. Twenty-four percent said they planned to live at home for more than a year.
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StarTrib Credit Card Debt Young Bankrupts
  1. got a Visa card five years ago when she was a senior at South High School
  2. Ryan's advice? "If you can't pay your balance in full each month, put those cards in a Ziploc bag, put the bag in a glass of water and put the glass in your freezer."
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WSJ Bank Loans Bad130k Job Loss
  1. If Japan completes disposal of banks' existing nonperforming loans within two years, 130,000 to 190,000 people could become unemployed
  2. [need 24 in 4--RSB]
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WashPost Police Hide Cars Exit Melt Down
  1. District police officers and towing companies have for years concealed towed cars from their owners and then charged them expensive storage fees
  2. The arrangement left hundreds of vehicles languishing in towing company lots and cost owners thousands of dollars in avoidable storage bills.
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WSJ White Collar2 Blue Collar Ex Mlt Dwn
  1. Hard Times Are Beginning to Hit the Ordinary Joes Across the U.S
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WashPost Telemarketing Costs
  1. The phone calls that pushed Diana Mey too far came four years ago from telemarketers selling Sears house siding. Repeatedly ignoring her requests that they stop calling, they brazenly broke federal laws and even claimed the laws didn't apply to them.
  2. "The FTC and [Federal Communications Commission] rules don't get enforced, so more laws or the national list won't matter."
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WSJ Babys Weight In Vitro
  1. Women who become pregnant using in vitro fertilization and other assisted reproduction methods face twice the risk of bearing infants with low birth weight or birth defects compared with those who conceive their children naturally
  2. Researchers found that about 9% of those infants were diagnosed with one or more major birth defects by age one, compared to 4.2% in a sample of 4,000 conceived naturally
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WashPost Va D M V Lines Ex Mlt Down
  1. dozen DMV offices in Virginia have been closed, and all other offices have been shuttered for the past three days, thanks to state budget cuts
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WashPost World Crisis Ext Melt
  1. the humanitarian agencies are increasingly unable to respond fully to the world's ever mounting hunger crises.
  2. a surge in needs driven in part by armed conflict and political crises but, more important, by weather-related disasters. And in recent years both of these have been on the increase.
  3. For example, when the World Food Programme was created 40 years ago, it was essentially envisioned as a tool for using the enormous grain surpluses in producing countries to assist the needy.
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USAToday Blackouts from wind, lightning vex U.S. utilities
  1. U.S. utilities aren't investing enough to fortify electrical lines against wind, lightning and falling trees.
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USAToday Aging grids cited in blackouts
  1. Recent heat wave-related blackouts in California and New York are at least partly being blamed on creaky transformers, circuit breakers and cables.
  2. Low investment in interstate transmission lines could lead to more regional blackouts
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WhttOrg Liability $516,348 per U.S. household
  1. The federal government recorded a $1.3 trillion loss last year
  2. Bottom line: Taxpayers are now on the hook for a record $59.1 trillion in liabilities
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(Appended) 1 In5 Americans Believe Sun Revolves Around Earth ... Source: EightBallMagazine
  1. For the democratic process to run properly it necessitates the voter to have some knowledge of what he is voting on.
  2. For it to work properly it requires voters to cast their votes based on an educated opinion.
  3. Fact: Polls show that in general, people who adhere to fundamentalist views are not well educated.
  4. He says that every time he goes on the radio to talk about his findings he gets people from the listening area sending him cards in the mail saying that they will pray for him
  5. So I take it even though they don’t understand what he is talking about when he refers to “DNA” they know that people that use big words like that are most likely going to hel
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WashPost Christopher Hitchens - An Atheist Responds -
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WashPost US Water Pipelines Are Breaking
  1. The tunnel is leaking up to 36 million gallons a day as it carries drinking water from a reservoir to the big city
  2. It is a powerful warning sign of a larger problem around the country: The infrastructure that delivers water to the nation's cities is badly aging and in need of repairs.
  3. utilities will need to invest more than $277 billion over the next two decades on repairs and improvements to drinking water systems. Water industry engineers put the figure drastically higher, at about $480 billion
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USAToday Long Term Debt Of Govt And Taxpayers Leaps By Trillions
  1. The federal government's long-term financial obligations grew by $2.5 trillion last year, a reflection of the mushrooming cost of Medicare and Social Security benefits as more baby boomers reach retirement.
  2. That's double the red ink of a year earlier.
  3. Taxpayers are on the hook for a record $57.3 trillion in federal liabilities to cover the lifetime benefits of everyone eligible for Medicare, Social Security and other government programs, a USA TODAY analysis found. That's nearly $500,000 per household.
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USAToday Everything Seemingly Is Spinning Out Of Control
  1. Midwestern levees are bursting. Polar bears are adrift. Gas prices are skyrocketing. Home values are abysmal. Air fares, college tuition and health care border on unaffordable. Wars without end rage in Iraq, Afghanistan and against terrorism.
  2. Maybe. And maybe this is what the 21st century will be about -- a great unraveling of some things long taken for granted.
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Reuters Leads World In Substance Abuse U S
  1. Countries with looser drug laws have lower rates of abuse
  2. 16 percent of people in the United States had used cocaine in their lifetimes -- far higher than the next highest rate, found in New Zealand, where 4.3 percent of people reported having used cocaine.
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USAToday More College Students Turn To Food Banks
  1. Now rising food prices are bringing another group: Struggling college students.
  2. In the past year, the price of groceries has jumped nearly 5%, the highest increase in nearly two decades. The cost of some staples has shot up by more than 30%
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USAToday Airlines Selling Frequent Flier Miles For Cash
  1. Airlines searching for extra cash to survive their deepening financial crisis are finding out just how valuable their frequent-flier programs really are.
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WashPost Ailing Auto Industry Sends in Its Pitchman
  1. [Reviewed]
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USAToday Chief N A S A Says Congress Must Buy Russian Space Craft
  1. There will be no U.S. astronauts living on the International Space Station in three years unless Congress gives NASA permission in the next month to buy Russian spaceships
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wikiHow How to Live in Your Car - wikiHow
  1. However, when you get laid off, your emergency fund runs out, your home is foreclosed (or you get an eviction notice) and there's nobody to help, living in your car might be the only choice, especially if you don't feel safe at a local shelter
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USAToday Global financial crisis may hit hardest outside U.S.
  1. carry trades — borrowing one currency at low interest rates to lend in a second country at much higher rates. It's a profitable trade, so long as the first currency doesn't unexpectedly appreciate, which is what is happening to the ye
  2. The export model that's so dominant in the emerging markets is at risk.
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(Appended) The Five Stages of Collapse ... Source: EnergyBulletin
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WashPost Squeezed on All Sides, Parents Forgo Day Care
  1. a distressing sign of the national economic downturn: more children left home alone to fend for themselves by working parents too strapped to afford child care.
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WashPost Demand Is Increasing for Subsidized Meals
  1. The country's economic downturn can be measured in the breakfast line at McNair Elementary School, where students collect a Styrofoam tray with a banana, cereal and juice box before joining classmates for reading. More than 200 children arrive unfed at the Herndon school each morning, about double the total in September
  2. In many communities, growing numbers of students rely on schools for two meals a day.
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USAToday Incomes Of Young In8 Year Nosedive
  1. The incomes of the young and middle-aged — especially men — have fallen off a cliff since 2000, leaving many age groups poorer than they were even in the 1970s
  2. People 54 or younger are losing ground financially at an unprecedented rate in this recession, widening a gap between young and old that had been expanding for years
  3. The dividing line between those getting richer or poorer: the year 1955. If you were born before that, you're part of a generation enjoying a four-decade run of historic income growth. Every generation after that is now sinking economically.
  4. What caused the income gap:
  5. Waiting line for good job
  6. Global competition
  7. Golden age of retirement.
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USAToday Cutbacks likely to slow snow removal
  1. The wait for a snowplow will be longer in some communities this winter as tight budgets, layoffs and high salt prices force cuts in snow removal services.
33 091111 htm WashPost Report: 10 states face looming budget disasters
  1. In Arizona, the budget has grown so gloomy that lawmakers are considering mortgaging Capitol buildings. In Michigan, state officials dealing with the nation's highest unemployment rate are slashing spending on schools and health care.
  2. The 10 states account for more than one-third of the nation's population and economic outpu
  3. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger estimates California will run a deficit of $12.4 billion to $14.4 billion
  4. Several state legislatures have been unable to enact long-term fixes. Instead, they asked voters or governors to make the call, or used accounting gimmicks to put off the hard choices until later.
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WashPost In recession, one road led back home
  1. They packed away dozens of high school honor certificates -- valedictorian, class president, outstanding chemistry student -- and stored them in plastic boxes under the bed.
  2. She graduated magna cum laude from the GW Business School in May, applied for 30 jobs at some of the nation's best-known companies, and it went nowhere.
  3. As graduation neared, Melissa spent her culminating business class comparing rejection e-mails with classmates. Forty students were in the room. Three had jobs.
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Telegraph Société Générale tells clients how to prepare for potential 'global collapse'
  1. Overall debt is still far too high in almost all rich economies as a share of GDP (350pc in the US), whether public or private
  2. The underlying debt burden is greater than it was after the Second World War, when nominal levels looked similar.
  3. Inflating debt away might be seen by some governments as a lesser of evils.
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WashPost Brazil police have killed 11,000 people since 2003, report says
  1. "Sometimes people didn't do anything wrong and the police shot them anyway,"
  2. The report said the sheer number of killings in Rio and Sao Paulo was alarming. In the state of Rio, for instance, police killed 1,137 people in 2008, while police in all of the United States recorded 371 killings.
  3. With Rio just awarded the 2016 Olympics, Human Rights Watch is concerned that killings could increase as authorities try to control crime,
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WashPost Housing affordability down even in real estate slump
  1. A growing number of lower-income homeowners in the D.C. region spent at least half of their income on housing cost
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USAToday Companies cut dividends in '09 at a level not seen since 1930s
  1. Stocks might have surged back nicely, but the damage to dividends could take years to repair.
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USAToday Urban morgues: Unclaimed corpses push up body counts
  1. Taxpayers increasingly are paying to dispose of unclaimed bodies in cities and towns throughout the United States, but the problem appears more acute in Detroit, where nearly a third of working adults are without jobs, and the poverty rate has reached 33.8%.
  2. some next of kin are faced with two options: paying for a funeral out of their pockets or keeping their own families above water.
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DenverPost Colorado Springs cuts into services considered basic by many
  1. This tax-averse city is about to learn what it looks and feels like when budget cuts slash services most Americans consider part of the urban fabric.
  2. More than a third of the streetlights in Colorado Springs will go dark Monday. The police helicopters are for sale on the Internet. The city is dumping firefighting jobs, a vice team, burglary investigators, beat cops — dozens of police and fire positions will go unfilled.
  3. The parks department removed trash cans last week, replacing them with signs urging users to pack out their own litter
  4. Community center and pool closures have parents worried about day-care costs, idle teenagers and shut-in grandparents with nowhere to go.
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