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The Daily Word in the DNC, jobs, junk DNA, the environment and VMA fashions

The Daily Word

The decision between Barack and Mittens hinges on competing myths of the American consciousness.

Only 63.5% of Americans have a job or are looking for one.

Mittens savors the jobs report. More on that report and the great recession.

Nobody wants a PC; bad times for Intel.

New "iPhone 5" to be unveiled on Wednesday—what cool new extra will it offer?

Carbon-cutting in New Mexico may be done on a voluntary basis.

The coral reefs of the Caribbean are almost dead.

Arctic ice melting at an alarming rate. (Mittens mocks any concerns.)

Junk DNA is unveiling mysteries of the human body.

What does the use of "Tu" on Twitter (rather than the formal "Vous") mean for the French language?

Stainless steel appliances are passé—what's the next big trend?

Tips on booking a vacation.

A review of the fashions at last night's VMAs.

Weather: Highs in the low '90s today, dipping to the '70s tomorrow. Thunderstorms may happen through tomorrow. High temps cruise in the mid-'80s in the first half of next week.

 
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