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Blackout in San Diego; floods in Washington; Interpol arrest warrant for Gaddafi

(Per Johansson/AP)

DRUNK: A seemingly intoxicated moose (photographed above) was found entangled in an apple tree by a stunned Swede in Goteborg, Sweden. The animal was likely looking for more fermented apples to tipple.

WORLD: Interpol has issued arrest warrants for Moammar Gaddafi and his son Saif al-Islam.

NATIONAL: The Age of 9/11 — where were you, how old were you on Sept. 11, 2001, and what did that mean for how you experienced that day?

BLACKOUT: San Diego and parts of Arizona and Mexico lost power last night, likely thanks to a mistake by one employee. Bad day on the job for that employee.

FLOODED: Three are dead and thousands are flooded out as the Washington region is hit by a torrential downpour..

TERROR THREAT: A specific, unconfirmed “tip” has heightened security levels in Washington and New York for the Sept. 11 weekend.


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