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  • The wrenching disappointments of the Spitzer and Paterson administrations are now behind us; the ever-mounting budget deficit is before us.

    Henry J. Stern: The Governor's Speech

  • The wrenching disappointments of the Spitzer and Paterson administrations are now behind us; the ever-mounting budget deficit is before us.

    Henry J. Stern: The Governor's Speech

  • Twenge said the ever-mounting competition for admission to the nation's top colleges compels some parents and kids to fill every spare hour with impressive-looking endeavors.

    Are some kids overscheduled?

  • The wrenching disappointments of the Spitzer and Paterson administrations are now behind us; the ever-mounting budget deficit is before us.

    Henry J. Stern: The Governor's Speech

  • He proved in his speech at CPAC last month that if he runs, he would be a formidable voice in the race -- sounding the alarm on the dangers of America's ever-mounting debt.

    Why May 5 matters in the 2012 presidential race

  • The violence in Zawiyah, a city vital to Libya's oil industry and where witnesses said dozens had been killed and hundreds wounded Saturday, offered a chilling glimpse into what could become an inconclusive and bruising conflict with an ever-mounting death toll.

    Violence in Libya sows fears of long civil war

  • It is about the ever-mounting toll of devastated families, shattered communities, dashed and deferred dreams.

    Dennis A. Henigan: Too Many Victims of Gun Violence: Light a Candle on Jan. 8

  • Such talk is a barely veiled accusation against the ANC leadership, who came to power promising jobs but have since presided over ever-mounting unemployment.

    Exit Julius

  • The violence in Zawiyah, a city vital to Libya's oil industry and where witnesses said dozens had been killed and hundreds wounded Saturday, offered a chilling glimpse into what could become an inconclusive and bruising conflict with an ever-mounting death toll.

    Violence in Libya sows fears of long civil war

  • The wrenching disappointments of the Spitzer and Paterson administrations are now behind us; the ever-mounting budget deficit is before us.

    Henry J. Stern: The Governor's Speech

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