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  Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Saudi Arabia has given women the right to vote for the first time in its modern history as part of changes King Abdullah today said will allow them to run in future municipal elections.

King Abdullah Gives Saudi Women Right to Vote for First Time c.2011 Bloomberg News

Updated: 9/25/2011 11:01 AM

  There are plenty of reasons to worry when it comes to investing in big banks. Investors are still gun-shy three years after the subprime mortgage crisis and credit crunch triggered the Lehman Brothers collapse and taxpayer bailouts for other banks.

Fund investments in bank stocks key to performance

Updated: 9/23/2011 04:04 PM

  As the competition to attract customers intensifies, banks are promising an extra helping of rewards when new customers spend a set amount in the first three months. For instance, British Airways is offering 50,000 miles - the equivalent of two...

Rewards cards coming with biggest bonuses ever

Updated: 9/23/2011 04:01 PM

  For years, cities and counties across the South have been quietly throwing out Prohibition-era laws banning the sale of alcohol. But as local governments confront ever-greater budget problems, many are now tapping into booze as a source of untouched...

Local governments tap alcohol sales for revenue

Updated: 9/23/2011 04:00 PM

  These are the best of times, and the worst of times, for America's debt collectors. The prolonged economic turmoil has created more opportunity than ever for the profession, even while making it harder than ever to get folks to pay up. "With...

Debt collection business is great but hard as ever

Updated: 9/23/2011 04:00 PM

  "Saturday Night Live" opened its 37th season with a disputed hosting record and a defense of the new controversial Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavor.

'SNL' opens with a record, new ice cream proposal

Updated: 9/25/2011 10:15 AM

  As the gardening season winds down, so does the amount of time we spend in our beds and borders. There are, however, chores to do now that will help your landscape get off to a great start next spring. Look around the garden and note which plants...

Chores to do now for a beautiful garden next year

Updated: 9/25/2011 12:13 PM

  The last time Wendy Berghorst appeared in the Minneapolis Star Tribune, in 2006, she was sharing a candlelit bath with her husband for a feature on "Love Nests." That was then. Now Berghorst is moving into a nest of her own. "Yes, the romance is...

Divorce offers chance to reimagine home decor

Updated: 9/25/2011 01:55 PM

  Free after a decade in Soviet labor camps, Yiddish author Naftali Herts Kon believed he was entering the free world when in 1959 he took his wife and daughters to Poland to start a new life. He wanted to write the truth about what he had...

Stalemate in Poland over work of a Yiddish author

Updated: 9/23/2011 03:59 PM

  USA WEEKEND Magazine recently caught up with the outspoken Simon Cowell to find out what's been on his mind as he imports his newest show, The X Factor, stateside. Plenty, as usual.

Simon Cowell, TV's golden bad boy, is back

Updated: 9/23/2011 03:59 PM

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