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Officials at the University of Alabama say the school has issued more than 150 cease and desist letters in the last 10 years to businesses and people accused of selling goods that violate the school’s trademarks.

The U.S. military is working to demolish the incinerators that destroyed chemical weapons, including the incinerator complex at the Anniston Army Depot.

Tornadoes and intense storms swept through the Midwest yesterday, killing six people and leaving neighborhoods in ruins.

Amid corruption worries, the Philippine government is promising full transparency in typhoon reconstruction spending and has established a website to track international donations.

Alabama and Florida remain numbers one and two in BCS standings while Baylor is closing in on Ohio State.

Kanye West resumed his Yeezus tour Saturday night after being forced to cancel a series of gigs due to damaged equipment.

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