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Roundup: Labor Day, Robbie Williams, Models

Minnesota teacher accused of harassment speaks out: Diane Cleveland, who with another teacher was disciplined for making antigay remarks toward a student because of his perceived sexual orientation, said that she does not acknowledge harassing anyone.

Happy Labor Day! The Labor Department reported on Friday that unemployment has risen to 9.7%, its highest level since June 1983.

Don't call it a catfight:Former CBS Evening News co-anchor Connie Chung tells TV reporter Gail Shister that anyone predicting feline friction when Katie Couric and Diane Sawyer -- who takes over as anchor of ABC's World News beginning in January -- compete for the same audience "needs to get a life."

"Bodies": Singer Robbie Williams revealed his first single since 2007, which will appear on his forthcoming album, Reality Killed the Video Star, due in November.

True Compass:The memoir of the late Sen. Edward Kennedy will be published on September 14, complete with his statements that he always accepted the official version of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, his brother.

Back to school, back to Red Scare: Some parents decried President Obama's forthcoming speech to American schoolchildren, refusing to allow their youngsters to hear his "socialist agenda."

Arson:Los Angeles officials say that the largest blaze in L.A. County history, which has thus far killed two firefighters and destroyed more than 60 structures, was deliberately set.

AP photo stirs controversy: The Associated Press defied predominant practices and published a photo of a U.S. soldier gravely wounded in Afghanistan, despite opposition from the Pentagon and the soldier's family.

The girls next door: In a faltering economy, consumers want to see pretty faces as opposed to "weird, avant-garde girls," the modeling industry believes.

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