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  • Sayyid Azim/Associated Press CONSTRUCTION COLLAPSE: Crowds gathered after a six-story building under construction in Nairobi, Kenya, collapsed Tuesday, killing at least two people and leaving 14 missing, officials said.

    Photos of the Day: June 14

  • The new six-story building will house a highly flexible theater with 250 seats and no separation between stage and audience.

    Designing a Dramatic Era

  • The renovated six-story, 160,000-square-foot complex would open in the fall of 2013.

    Meet St. Vincent's Replacement

  • Tahoe Lakefront Home Asks $43 Million A six-story, 9,000-square-foot home on the north shore of Lake Tahoe is on the market for $43 million, making it one of the most expensive properties for sale in the area.

    Ex-'Idol' Judge DioGuardi Lists Los Angeles Home for $10 Million

  • A six-story glass staircase and an elevator at the center of the house join its two wings.

    Ex-'Idol' Judge DioGuardi Lists Los Angeles Home for $10 Million

  • The Zawiya Jewel Hotel, the last holdout for the armed opposition forces battling the government's elite brigades, had what appeared to be tank shell holes punched across the six-story building.

    Rebels Struggle to Regroup Against Confident Regime

  • Mark Mishek, president and chief executive of Hazelden, the Minnesota-based, private, not-for-profit alcohol and drug addiction treatment center, which has locations nationwide, says the organization closed on the purchase of a six-story building in Manhattan in December and expects to open a collegiate, sober-housing facility for students at NYU and any of the colleges in New York City who need post-treatment services next fall.

    Schools set up resources for students in recovery

  • The six-story, $22.4 million center is impressive: There's a huge, six-lane pool with beautiful dolphin mosaics, an airy lobby where kids hang out doing homework they're banned before 2 p.m. and after 6 p.m. and a full-size basketball court.

    On or Off the Treadmill

  • Born Sabato Rodia in 1879, near Nola, Italy, the folk-artist-to-be grew up watching that town's Giglio festival, where six-story ceremonial towers get paraded through the streets every June to commemorate the kidnapping and return of St. Paulinus, Nola's fifth-century bishop.

    The Watts Towers, Sturdy Survivors

  • Along Altamount Road -- an address long favored by the city's rich and famous -- lies a feature rarer than a helipad or a six-story garage, a luxury almost unheard of in India's richest city: a front lawn covered with freshly laid sod. (via the Wall Street Journal)

    Mumbai's $1 billion home to host housewarming party -- did you get your invite yet?

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