A man runs past two fallen satellite dishes in Taipei Monday as Typhoon Doug lashes Taiwan with 89 mph winds and heavy rains. The typhoon killed at least 10 people and injured 41 as landslides buried houses, trees toppled and cars were swept off the road. Three people were missing and 300 were made homeless, officials said.
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- 64 Utah House delegation frustrated by no vote on health care, signals reluctance to try again
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