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Farmer's Almanac Predicts Colder, 'Catastrophic' Winter (Fox News)
The Farmer's Almanac has released its 2009 edition which predicts a winter that will bring colder than usual temperatures, a trend which editors say will be 'catastrophic' for millions.
Protests threaten India's $2,500 Nano car project (USA Today)
Thousands of protesters were camped outside the auto factory in eastern India Monday where Tata Motors plans to build what is called the world's cheapest car.
Delay for world's cheapest car? (Autonet.ca)
The chairman of the Tata Group threatened Friday to move an important auto factory out of India's West Bengal state because of violent farmer protests and strong political opposition, a move that could delay the debut of the world's cheapest car.
Farmer's Almanac Predicts Below-Average Temps, Above Average Snow for Minnesota (FOX 9 News Twin Cities)
People worried about the high cost of keeping warm this winter will draw little comfort from the Farmers' Almanac, which predicts below-average temperatures for most of the U.S.
Farmer's Almanac Predicts Chilly Winter (Fox 12 Oregon)
Winter Weather? Almanac Says 'Numb's The Word!' LEWISTON, Maine -- People worried about the high cost of keeping warm this winter will draw little comfort from the Farmers' Almanac, which predicts below-average temperatures for most of the U.S.
Cold Winter Coming Says Farmer's Almanac (KSAT San Antonio)
Lots of snow and below-average temperatures are in store for the country, that is if the historic Farmer's Almanac is right.
Farmers' Almanac Predicts Chilly Winter (NBC 10 Philadelphia)
According to the historic Farmer's Almanac -- which boasts a 80 to 85-percent accuracy rate -- it's going to be a cold winter.
John Hancock, Farmer? (Banker & Tradesman)
If you?ve ever gotten drunk on the inexpensive, ubiquitous Yellowtail or Gallo wines, you might be able to thank ? or blame ? John Hancock insurance.
John Hancock, Farmer? Insurance Giants Reaping Grape Rewards (Banker & Tradesman)
By Laura Schreier If you?ve ever gotten drunk on the inexpensive, ubiquitous Yellowtail or Gallo wines, you might be able to thank ? or blame ? John Hancock insurance.
For these med students, it's about care not cash (Miami Herald)
Christopher Dodd tends to a typical patient, Luis Orozco, 52, who had half of his left leg amputated after a cut toe turned into a gangrene infection. Orozco, a welder, doesn't have health insurance and didn't monitor his diabetes, which, left unchecked, can lead to serious foot problems.