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  • Denver Broncos linebacker Nick Greisen didn't know what he was in for when he, his wife Caroline, six-month-old daughter Clare and golden retriever traversed Independence Pass in a 35-foot RV.

    Rocky Mountain path to Denver camp pretty, but treacherous

  • The battle for Zawiya, which sits just 50 kilometers 30 miles west of Tripoli, has emerged as a defining make or break fight for rebels riding a three-week wave of momentum in which they have made the biggest gains of the six-month-old war.

    Rebels Lay Siege to Key Libyan City

  • Both neighborhood locals and corporate folks frequent the six-month-old restaurant, on the ground floor of the Gansevoort Park Hotel.

    Alfresco Options at the Gansevoort

  • A six-month-old Web service called VillageVines is elbowing its way into the growing crowd of discount sites that offer everything from haircuts to yoga sessions for as much as half off.

    Restaurant Reservation Startup Takes On OpenTable & Groupon

  • On a long flight last weekend, I watched a scarily earnest mother use one of those your-baby-can-read books to teach vocabulary words to her six-month-old daughter, who stared at the pages in total bafflement.

    'Drive': A Rolls of an Action Film Noir

  • As the father of a six-month-old daughter, he said it was a myth that the estates were empty of fathers.

    Top Boy gets a mixed reception from Hackney residents

  • Some market analysts called the strike a success for Santos' six-month-old administration.

    Colombia Truck Strike Ends After Deal

  • Every night, I called my husband and he told me that six-month-old Thomas was "a little under the weather."

    An Interview with Allison Pearson

  • Ballaraba Saidu sits on the mud floor of her dimly lit house in Ungwa Uku, Kano state, with her six-month-old daughter, Ummasalama, squirming irritably in her lap and her eldest daughter, two-year-old Sadeya, tottering precariously at her side.

    Families cannot afford mosquito nets

  • More photos and interactive graphics That is an ominous sign for Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, who has been shelling rebellious cities in an attempt to snuff out a similar six-month-old uprising.

    'Arab Spring' Gives Way to an Uncertain Autumn


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