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For September 10, 2012 – Chicago teachers strike leaves 400,000 students out of school, police motorcyclist in presidential motorcade dies after Florida accident and Serena Williams wins U.S. Open final thriller...
• Chicago teachers strike leaves 400,000 students out of school: "Almost 30,000 teachers and support staff are off the job after their union and school officials failed to reach a contract agreement despite 10 months of negotiations. The walkout is Chicago's first teacher strike in 25 years."
• Police motorcyclist in presidential motorcade dies after Florida accident: "A police motorcyclist in President Barack Obama's motorcade died Sunday in Florida following a serious highway accident, police and the top White House spokesman said."
• Congress has little motivation for compromise before election: "After a five-week summer recess, Congress returns to a long list of unfinished business, but with 57 left days before Election Day, it's likely it will tackle only the bare minimum in its short fall session."
• Treasury flash crash could become reality: "As with stocks, the fear is that flash crashes could cause sharp plunges in Treasury prices. That would lead to soaring yields, from all-time lows below 1.5%, to as high as 4%."
• Serena Williams wins U.S. Open final thriller: "Serena Williams battled back from the brink of defeat to claim her 15th grand slam title and win the U.S. Open for the fourth time with a 6-2 2-6 7-5 victory over world No. 1 Victoria Azarenka on Sunday."
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