A mermaid made entirely of cans is on display Thursday, Nov. 10, 2005, at Canstruction, the 13th annual NYC Design and Build competition in New York.
The number of troubled U.S. banks leaped to the highest level in about five years and bank profits plunged by 86 percent in the second quarter, as slumps in the housing and credit markets continued.
Only 30 Airbus A380 jets are in service today, but Airbus did its best to sell more of the 525-passenger, double-decker aircraft by showing them off at the Farnborough air show.
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GM, the largest automaker in the U.S. and includes the Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac and GMC brands, said the moves will save $6 billion in cash by the end of next year, including $4.5 billion in
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"Over the course of a year, we can watch that north pole wobble just a little bit because of the core sloshing around inside the planet, and that will give us a very, very tight constraint on the
JERUSALEM Israel approved building nearly 1,200 more settlement homes Sunday and prepared the release of more than two dozen long-held Palestinian prisoners highlighting an apparent