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The Day Ahead: Monday, Sept. 17
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Disasters pile up in Afghanistan. Afghan Police gun down four American Soldiers (LA Times)

The Blogosphere does battle over Romney’s Claims of Bias in the Media (Politico)

Open Season on Wolves (WaPo) … History of Wolves in Yellowstone (Smithsonian, 2009)

China threatens Japan in Trade Dispute over East China Sea (Reuters)

Chicago Teachers reject Deal reached by their own Negotiators (ABC)

“Our members are not happy,” she [Karen Lewis, president of the teacher’s union] said. “They want to know if there is anything more they can get.”

Drought takes toll on U.S. Plants and Animals. Vultures Thrive (CNN)

Mike Pesca dishes on Pitching Decisions. The Orioles are just Lucky (NPR)

Pakistani Protestor killed by American Flag (Forbes)

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