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Dog races losing their momentum

Voters in Massachusetts will soon decide whether greyhound racing should continue there, but however that vote turns out, the sport’s momentum across the country has slowed. The number of tracks is half what it once was, as patrons are lured away by casinos, online gambling, lotteries and more. Full story, A4Are candidates looking healthy?

If John McCain is elected and goes on to win a second term, there’s as much as a 1-in-4 chance America could see its first female president — Sarah Palin. An actuarial firm, however, says both candidates are in great health and can likely expect to survive two terms. Full story, A2


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