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California steamin' 10.6.2007 LA Times: Commentary
Sooner than you think, you're going to feel global warming in your own backyard.

CLIMATE CHANGE is about to move from the headlines into the personal lives of Californians. While scientists continue to debate the probabilities of various worst-case scenarios — a 31-inch rise in sea level or an 8-degree jump in average temperatures by the year 2100 — few dispute that we face a future of potentially catastrophic environmental conditions if the proliferation of greenhouse gases isn't checked.
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A world of possibilities 10.6.2007 Star Tribune: Business
The strong global economy has helped to keep U.S. companies growing despite signs of slowing at home. Emerging overseas markets have provided exciting investment returns, but developed markets remain a safer bet.
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North Korea touts new focus on ordinary people 10.6.2007 Star Tribune: World
Reality doesn't yet appear to line up with the rhetoric.
'It's people coming together' / Neighbors call for peace at street fair in Hayes Valley 9.6.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
A call for urban peace went out today from a San Francisco street corner where elegantly restored Victorian homes rub shoulders with the remodeled Hayes Valley public housing development. Scores of neighbors gathered at a street fair to unveil a... ...
Nancy Hengeveld: One could do worse than learn from a muskrat carrying flowers 9.6.2007 Post-Bulletin: Local Opinion
ime of the year, my husband and I try to walk or bike on the trail after work every evening here in Preston. The frogs and crickets are singing, the deer are out, and the fireflies have just started blinking. One evening, we spotted a muskrat swimmi
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Freakonomics: Payback Time 9.6.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
A quiet exchange of funds lets a family buy a new house and helps the seller get a good price. So why is it illegal?
Ace to add six metro stores 9.6.2007 Star Tribune: Business
The largest hardware cooperative in the U.S., with 4,600 outlets worldwide, has expansion plans, even as some big-box retailers struggle during a housing slump.
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Former Spokane executive convicted in Metropolitan fraud trial 9.6.2007 AP Washington
SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) -- A federal jury convicted a former Metropolitan Mortgage & Securities Co. executive of three felonies Friday stemming from a shady real estate deal that helped hasten the Spokane company's collapse....
The contingency conundrum 9.6.2007 Star Tribune: Business
Buying a house when you haven't sold the one you already own can be risky business, and that's why more buyers are making contingent offers. Here's a guide to the risks and rewards.
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Q & A: Can a Subtenant Collect an Overcharge? 9.6.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
Can a subletter in a rent-stabilized apartment get back what has been overcharged by the tenant named on the lease?
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In the Region | Long Island: Law Enforcement (Real Estate) Agents? 9.6.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
Officials in the town of Islip have taken aggressive measures to crack down on illegal rentals in single-family homes.
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National Perspectives: On the Block in California 8.6.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
An auction of foreclosed homes, many of them in fast-growing exurban and desert communities east of Los Angeles, brought out a crowd of potential buyers.
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Gas Prices Gnaw at Consumer Confidence 8.6.2007 SFGate: Business & Technology
Consumer confidence tumbled to a 10-month low as gyrating gasoline prices and persisting problems in the housing market gnawed at people's sense of economic well-being. The magnitude of the drop shown in the latest RBC Cash Index was surprising ...
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May retail sales feel drag 8.6.2007 Chicago Tribune: Business
Gains slow amid high gasoline costs, housing slump

Most of the nation's retailers, with the notable exception of luxury chains, said Thursday that sales fell in May, as shoppers curbed purchases because of higher gasoline prices and a sluggish housing market.
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Treasury market sell-off 8.6.2007 Chicago Tribune: Business
Multiple causes lead to one big effect

Stocks fell hard for the third day in a row Thursday, with the Dow Jones industrial average plunging nearly 200 points, as traders recoiled from a wave of higher long-term interest rates.
Daly's political games 8.6.2007 SFGate: Op-Ed
THIRTY-SEVEN million dollars is not much in the context of a $6.06 billion budget, but it can go a long way, if targeted wisely and effectively. But there is nothing wise or efficient about Supervisor Chris Daly's bald political ploy to strip $37... ...
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Treasury market sell-off 8.6.2007 Chicago Tribune: Business
Multiple causes lead to one big effect

Stocks fell hard for the third day in a row Thursday, with the Dow Jones industrial average plunging nearly 200 points, as traders recoiled from a wave of higher long-term interest rates.
Home health carries weight 8.6.2007 Chicago Tribune: Business
Study aims to link where you live to physique, suggesting certain developments can aid figure

It's a long-standing question: What causes suburban sprawl? No, not the unbridled growth of exurbia but, rather, what's behind the growth of suburbanites'—well—behinds?
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Gas Prices Gnaw at Consumer Confidence 8.6.2007 AP Business
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Consumer confidence tumbled to a 10-month low as gyrating gasoline prices and persisting problems in the housing market gnawed at people's sense of economic well-being....
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Federal Mortgage Reform Unlikely in 2007 8.6.2007 AP Business
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Homeowners unable to pay monthly mortgage bills and facing foreclosure shouldn't count on help from Washington this year. Regulators and lawmakers seem to be taking a wait-and-see approach as they confront the fallout from several years of lenders making too many home loans to people with inadequate credit....
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