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  This time of year can be a beautiful sight -- the changing leaves of gold, red and orange. But all those leaves can be a hassle to deal with. Let's talk about some of our favorite ways to deal with this mess.

Super Handyman: Fall leaves are beautiful, and with these tips are less of a hassle too

Updated: 10/13/2011 02:48 PM

  WASHINGTON - With hundreds of thousands of homeowners facing imminent foreclosure and estimates of 2 million or more in the wings, are there any financial tools available to distressed borrowers that haven't been tried yet? Equally important...

The nation's housing: A foreclosure escape hatch?

Updated: 10/13/2011 02:48 PM

  Q. My home has textured ceilings in the living room and bedrooms, and the material has tested positive for asbestos. A home inspector I know says he removed his asbestos ceilings by himself and that it was simple. He just wetted the surfaces, the...

Home inspector: Removing asbestos ceiling texture

Updated: 10/13/2011 02:47 PM

  More borrowers are signing up for plans to have their mortgage payments automatically deducted from their bank accounts, but the programs can have their drawbacks.

About Real Estate: Automatic payment plans have pros and cons

Updated: 10/13/2011 02:47 PM

  Tuscany's chocolate-filled calzone; Courtright's wine dinner; Buca di Beppo's free spaghetti Mondays

Dining events: Helping breast cancer awareness

Updated: 10/13/2011 09:28 AM

  INDIANAPOLIS — A stagehands union is fighting an attempt by an agency investigating the deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse to seize records of its members.

Union fighting warrant in stage collapse probe

Updated: 10/14/2011 08:46 AM

  MORTON, Ill. — Good news for pumpkin pie fans.

Bumper Illinois pumpkin crop is good for pies

Updated: 10/14/2011 08:45 AM

  MADISON, Wis. — State law allows donors to give unlimited cash to defend Gov. Scott Walker against a possible recall election.

Donors can give unlimited cash to Walker recall defense

Updated: 10/14/2011 08:45 AM

  Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit will be freed on Oct. 18, ending five years of captivity, Israel Radio reported, citing the military's chief of staff.

Israeli soldier Shalit to be freed Oct. 18

Updated: 10/14/2011 08:41 AM

  Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi won enough votes in the first round of balloting to survive a confidence vote today in parliament, an opposition official who attended the vote said.

Berlusconi to win confidence vote, opposition official says

Updated: 10/14/2011 08:41 AM

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