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Custom Taylor for the blues

Custom Taylor for the blues

You won’t find too many people out there thrilled about going bald as a teenager.

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Belgian who swam to US from Canada pleads guilty

DETROIT — A Belgian man who swam across the Detroit River from Canada has pleaded guilty to trying to enter the U.S. illegally.

September 20, 2013 3:27 pm
Bargains can be had in Belgian capital

Bargains can be had in Belgian capital

BRUSSELS — As the host city for many European Union institutions and their well-heeled Eurocrats, Brussels may not sound like the best destination for travelers on the cheap. A plate of mussels, a local specialty, can set you back nearly $30.

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Use of Tylenol makes kids' vaccinations less effective, study suggests

Giving babies Tylenol to prevent fever when they get childhood vaccinations may backfire and make the shots a little less effective, surprising new research suggests.

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Five new saints include priest who helped lepers

Five new saints include priest who helped lepers

VATICAN CITY — A 19th-century priest whose courageous work with leprosy patients in Hawaii has been likened to the efforts of those battling the stigma of AIDS was elevated to sainthood Sunday by Pope Benedict XVI, along with four other Catholics he hailed as heroes of holiness.

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'Miracle' woman: Damien's already Hawaii's saint

ROME — A Hawaii resident whose recovery from lung cancer was called miraculous by the Vatican said Thursday that the Belgian-born priest she prayed to already is a saint, even before the pope canonizes him.

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Veterans of Battle of the Bulge gather in Tucson

Veterans of Battle of the Bulge gather in Tucson

Six decades after surviving a battle in which many soldiers froze to death, World War II veteran John Swett still dislikes the cold.

October 08, 2009 12:00 am Photos

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Beer giant selling theme parks for $2.3B

Beer giant selling theme parks for $2.3B

Anheuser-Busch InBev said Wednesday that it will sell its theme parks, including the three SeaWorlds and two Busch Gardens across the country, to private equity firm Blackstone Group for at least $2.3 billion.

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PHILIPPINES

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Across Europe, the embattled left is losing its potency

VIENNA, Austria — Pity Europe's Socialists. It's getting lonely on the left.

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