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Sunday Quick Read October 4th, 2009 [Update 6:44PM]

October 4, 2009

[AP Update 6:44PM]

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  • 8 US troops killed in fierce Afghan fighting
  • Adviser downplays threat of renewed al-Qaida haven
  • Head of UN nuclear watchdog sees Iran cooperation
  • Officials: Abducted newborn safer in state custody
  • AP NEWS in ALL FORMATS:
    PHOTO| VIDEO| AUDIO |RSS |PODCAST |MOBILE

    The State | Graham swings at the right

    G”ville News | Groups fighting over structure of DDSN

    Capital Report | DeMint in Honduras

    Exec pay analysis | Freddie Mac wrong to keep up with the Joneses

    Politico | The agony of Obama’s defeat

    Reuters | Swiss say would have arrested Polanski earlier

    WA Examiner | Barone: A war of necessity turns out not so necessary

    FOXNews | Iran Has Information to Make Nuclear Bomb

    WA Examiner | Now will Congress investigate ACORN?
    S.C.Flag S.C. NEWS & POLITICS

    G’ville News | Gov. Mark Sanford’s agenda

    The State | A Camden favorite son might shine statewide

    P&C | S.C. schools seek out-of-state students

    G’ville News | South Carolina to ask court to protect Catawba water

    B’fort Gazette | Improve state academy before using local training

    Aiken Standard | Who’s in charge of the shakeup at SRS?

    Rock Hill | “Freedom Rally” shows the peaceful side of dissent

    The State | Employment agency, lawmakers host jobs forum

    Morning Newsletter

    Top headlines from thestate.com
    Local / Metro
    • Stephen Garcia threw two touchdowns, rushed for another score and South Carolina matched its best start of Steve Spurrier’s five seasons with a 38-14 victory over South Carolina State on Saturday night. Game photos

    • The scandal, 100 days later | Gov. Mark Sanford said he was a broken man after admitting an extramarital affair in June, a revelation that required him to pick up the pieces of his administration and fend off efforts to remove him from office.

    • Streams of a poisonous, potentially cancer-causing substance recently were found draining to the Wateree River from SCE&G’s coal-fired power plant in lower Richland County.

    • As Democratic state Sen. Vincent Sheheen strolls around his hometown of Camden, people can’t help but call out to him.

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