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AirTalk for July 3, 2012

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New Home Sales Hit A Record High
In a coup for California homeowners, state legislators have passed the California Homeowner Bill of Rights.
Olympic Swimmers

Olympic swimmers make waves ahead of Summer Games

Ready your flags and set your stopwatches. The London Games kick off in a matter of weeks.
Jamie Dimon Testifies At Senate Hearing On JPMorgan Chase

Too big to fail — but just in case...

In the event of emergency, experts urge us all to have a disaster plan – what about banks?
A dog reacts on an army historical US je

What does patriotism mean to you?

Independence Day, the 4th of July, is traditionally a day to celebrate the birth of our nation.

Summertime sizzles at the Levitt Pavilion

Nothing says summer like a picnic on the grass, grooving to live music.

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