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Oil steady in Asia ahead of US inventory report - Miami Herald

By germanifa01 - September 4th, 2008, 5:45, Category: General

SINGAPORE Oil prices were steady Thursday in Asia above $109 a barrel as investors waited for a weekly U.S. crude inventory report for evidence that slowing economic growth has cut demand. Light, sweet crude for October delivery was up 19 cents to $109.54 a barrel in electronic trading on the New

Threat of Tropical Storm Hanna on the move, Ike and Josephine loom - Miami Herald
Tropical Storm Hanna turned slowly to the northwest Wednesday and took aim at the Bahamas on a grinding, meandering course that may spare South Florida but could take it as far north as the Carolinas as a hurricane by late Friday. But farther out to sea, Hurricane Ike suddenly became a threat to

Palin fires back at media, ‘Washington elite’ - MSNBC
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, in her first real introduction to the American people as Sen. John McCain ’s running mate, struck back Wednesday night at news organizations and a “Washington elite” that have raised questions about her qualifications to be vice president. As Palin accepted the vice

US confirms raid inside Pakistan - International Herald Tribune
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan : A senior U.S. military official has acknowledged that American forces conducted a raid inside Pakistan, in the first known foreign ground assault in the country against a suspected Taliban haven. The Pakistan government condemned an incursion that it said killed at least 15

Report: US drug use shows little change in 2007 - NPR News
WASHINGTON September 4, 2008, 12:11 am ET · Cocaine and methamphetamine use among young adults declined significantly last year as supplies dried up, leading to higher prices and reduced purity, the government reports. Overall use of illicit drugs showed little change. About one in five young