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4:00am

Mon May 9, 2011
Business

The Last Word In Business

Renee Montagne has the Last Word in business.

3:41am

Mon May 9, 2011
Around the Nation

Memphis Residents Brace For Record Flooding

The Mississippi River and its tributaries continues to rise. In Memphis, Tenn., hundreds of homes already are underwater and thousands of people have moved to higher ground. Floodwaters there are expected to crest Tuesday just under the record level set in 1937.

12:01am

Mon May 9, 2011
Health

Can Diets Fight Chronic Pain? The Science Isn't There

The Internet is littered with diets and supplements that claim they can cure everything from everyday aches and pains to heart disease, arthritis, Alzheimer's disease and cancer—all by reducing inflammation.

Alternative medicine guru Andrew Weil recommends an anti-inflammation diet, and diets like The Zone and the Mediterranean diet are also built on the principles of the anti-inflammation theory.

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12:01am

Mon May 9, 2011
Health

Tattoo Ink Stained By Safety Concerns

Tattoo history reaches back thousands of years, to Egyptian mummies and even ancient ice men. Interest has waxed and waned over centuries, but now, it's fair to say, tattoo body art has reached a pinnacle. By some estimates, nearly half of all adults under 40 sport at least one tattoo.

But federal health officials are concerned that not all inks are safe. And they worry that some tattoo salons are mixing their inks with other, unsafe products.

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12:01am

Mon May 9, 2011
Middle East

Inside The United States' Secret Sabotage Of Iran

First in a three-part series

For years, the United States has been trying to stop Iran's nuclear program and change what it says is Iran's bad behavior in the Middle East and beyond.

The United States has used economic sanctions, censure by the United Nations, diplomatic engagement and the threat of military action to accomplish these goals — all with little or no success.

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