Dean Barnett

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Political junkies--and much of the rest of the country--will be focused tonight on St.

Palin vs Biden: A Preview of the Vice Presidential Debate

Political junkies--and much of the rest of the country--will be focused tonight on St.

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The Fed  rescued insurance giant AIG  yesterday, but the stock markets took a dive anyway.

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