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  • Chicago faces a budget shortfall in excess of $1 billion, a school system in which only half the students graduate from high school, a regional economy mired in high unemployment, and city neighborhoods deflated by still-falling home values.

    Emanuel Takes Reins as Mayor of Chicago

  • With consumer spending sidelined by high unemployment and the still-falling housing market, demand for business loans remained slow.

    Rob Shapiro: The Mid-Term Elections and the Failure, Yet Again, of Trickle Down Economics

  • Lachlan called, eyeing the still-falling series of waterfalls gaining on them.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • There I was, trudging through the still-falling flakes towards the side of a hill where trails converge when I practically bumped into a doe and offspring coming the other way.

    Caught with My Camo Pants Down

  • The dancing flames flickering behind the covered glass shade starkly illuminated the still-falling flakes of snow.

    The Hollow

  • A pale, eerie, alien world with giant sculptures in the vague shape of cars and wheelie-bins - and occasional forlorn-looking figures staggering back the other way, obscured by a haze of still-falling snow.

    Technically Speaking...

  • Still, the companies have remained in the red as revenue tumbles on still-falling orders and prices.

    Home Builders' Losses Expected to Narrow

  • The combination of heavy job losses and still-falling home values add to deflationary pressure from a wage and spending perspective.

    Where Did All

  • Williams-Sonoma lost 1.20, or 8.2%, to 13.50 as the San Francisco home-products retailer had a quarterly loss due to markdowns and still-falling sales.

    Frontier Oil Declines 14%; Atwood Oceanics Slides, Too

  • This time, consumers face not only rising unemployment, but also heavier debt loads, still-falling home prices and still-tight credit.

    Confidence Sans Spending Means Little

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