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For September 24, 2012 – Search suspended in Nepal avalanche; three missing feared dead, presidential candidates prepare to take center stage, and 'Homeland' and 'Modern Family' win big at Emmys...
• Search suspended in Nepal avalanche; three missing feared dead: "Searchers on Monday suspended efforts to find three mountaineers still missing in Nepal after an avalanche swept down Manaslu mountain, sending climbers - some still in their tents - tumbling hundreds of feet down the world's eighth-highest peak."
• Presidential candidates prepare to take center stage: "With just over a week to go before the first presidential debate, both campaigns are weighing what they can do to take advantage of the three head-to-head matchups in October that will help decide the race."
• Police investigate killing of American couple in St. Maarten: "Police on the Dutch Caribbean island of St. Maarten are investigating the killing of an American couple found stabbed in their home, authorities said Sunday."
• Stocks weighed down by growth worries cuts flights to China: "U.S. stock futures were modestly lower Monday following a weak reading on Germany's business climate. The report showed persistent pessimism, with Germany's business climate index falling to its lowest level since February 2010."
• 'Homeland,' 'Modern Family' win big at Emmys: " Showtime's psychological thriller "Homeland" upstaged the more established dramas at the 64th Primetime Emmys Sunday night, winning four Emmys, including the top drama series honor."