Attacks in Norway Raise Questions About Extremism; Debt Deal Looms on Capital Hill as Deadline Nears

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Traders work on the floor on the New York Stock Exchange on April 18, 2011 in New York City following news that Standard and Poor's had cut its long-term outlook on U.S. debt to negative.
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Oslo Attacks Raise Concern of Spreading Extremism in Europe; Singer Amy Winehouse Dies in London Home; Delivering Aid to Famine Victims in Somalia Proves Elusive; Debt Deadline Looms in Washington as Contingency Plan Emerges; Stateside Drought May Devastate Corn Crop; Radiation Still Persists Near Japanese Plant; Prehistoric Grandparents May Be Key to Early Human Success