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Why Britain is leading the world out of the banking crisis
A nod to the humble hoe
Chapter & Verse
No poetic justice for the US?
Garden 'siteseeing' with photographers
Fans of the USA, and other notes from the 'phile' files
Cry again for beloved South Africa?
The Heretic's Daughter
For kids: These puppets have strings to hold them up
Iraq election law marks progress, opens political season
Are towns really safer without traffic lights?
Fewer items, less controversy in the checkout line
Greenpeace activists cleared of damaging UK power plant
Communities plan for a low-energy future
Chapter & Verse
Harry Potter: Who really won?
Equine refugees find a future in African tourism
For Iran, energy woes justify nuclear push
What's wrong with boredom?
German gardens with tales to tell
Abu Dhabi group makes $354 million bid for English soccer team
Faking it, artfully
Garden siteseeing in Japan, Portugal, and Spain
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Ukraine crisis: US boots on the ground in Poland is an option, Hagel says
Can Israel's natural gas reserves pump up regional peace?
Top 10 tea party primaries
Confederate flag flap at N.Y. school: why debate is hardly settled
Iran ahead of schedule in complying with nuclear deal, UN watchdog says
Bid to end Detroit bankruptcy by October gains momentum
In Indian election trail, a new brand of 'rurban' voters
Ukraine on the brink
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How I fought the American addiction to 'more stuff'
The big test facing Iraq
Will blame game keep West and Russia apart at Ukraine talks? (+video)
American Idol: Jena Irene steals the show with a Radiohead performance
Would Obama save Putin from drowning? Putin says yes.
Scientists might have figured out how to make solar power work at night
New York gun owners shrug off tough new rules: What happens now?
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