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Wednesday, November 16, 2005
Thought You'd Wanna Know Autumn's helping deflate the real-estate bubble.More. ... Tamoxifen cuts breast-cancer chances in high-risk women, but few are taking it. More. ... Disney World death of a Bucks County child traced to heart problems. (Father holds Daudi Bamuwamye's picture, right)More. ... Rising sea levels, sinking land will flood parts of New Jersey permanently over the next century. More. ... Three-fourths of Catholics think grand jury report on clerical child abuse was fair, a poll has found. A majority also said the church continues to put its reputation ahead of children's welfare. More. ... First day of registration for Medicare drug plan has hotlines jammed. Seniors are confused and frustrated. More. ... Consumers are complaining about Cheaptrips.com, based in Cherry Hill. More. ... Philadelphia's murder total already exceeds last year's. More. ... Our affluent area will do more holiday spending than the national average, a survey says. More.