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City Cheers Up Sick Kids With Good Night Lights
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Clinton Urges Iowans to Cast Ballots Early
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Christie: NJ Train Fatality Was Not a Passenger
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NJ Commuter: 'Train Just Never Stopped'
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Witness: Train Engineer Slumped Over
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NTSB to Investigate NJ Train Crash
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Witness: Train Engineer Slumped Over
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Wells Fargo CEO Faces More Anger From Lawmakers
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NJ Transit Worker Describes Aftermath of Crash
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Transit Worker Eyewitness: 'It Was...Horrifying'
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Emergency Workers on Scene at NJ Train Crash
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Trader James Dresch, center, works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Energy stocks led most markets higher on Thursday, Sept. 29, after OPEC nations reached a preliminary deal to cut oil production for the first time in eight years.
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NJ Transit: 100+ Injured in Hoboken Train Crash
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Members of trade unions and others march during a general strike in Brussels on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. Demonstrators marched on Thursday against cost cutting measures and government reforms.
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The Volvo S90 debuts at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Volvo said Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016, that the automaker is recalling about 44,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. because the air conditioning can leak water into the vehicles and cause air bags to malfunction. The recall covers 2016 and 2017 XC90 SUVs and S90 sedans. Volvo says in documents filed with safety regulators that a drain hose may have been installed incorrectly at the factory.
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A man takes a photo of an electronic stock indicator of a securities firm in Tokyo, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. Energy companies led a rally in Asian stock markets Thursday as investors welcomed news that OPEC nations planned to cut oil production for the first time in eight years in an effort to reduce a global glut.
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Minorities Hopeful, Whites Sour on Future
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Kerry's Vigorous Defense of TPP Trade Deal
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Yellen: Rate Hike Likely Appropriate this Year
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Trader Leon Montana works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. U.S. stock markets opened slightly higher Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016, as energy companies are rising with the price of oil.