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The Dog Days of Summer

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – It's hot and humid once again; many would call this time of year the "Dog Days of Summer." We say it all the time, but why? What does it mean?Full story

Strong auto sales prompt Sirius to raise subscriber outlook

(Reuters) - Sirius XM Radio Inc <SIRI.O> said Tuesday that the number of people paying for its radio service rose to 25 million in the second quarter, helped by strong auto sales, and it raised its subscriber expectations for the year. Full story

New CEO to expand Sirius beyond satellite radio in cars

(Reuters) - The new CEO of satellite radio company Sirius XM Radio Inc thinks radio is a good business, but for the future he said opportunities may lie with in-car services like automated safety. Full story

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  Budget War Begins

CNBC's John Harwood discusses DC's budget battle. Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post; Matt K. Lewis, Daily Caller; and David Goodfriend, Sirius/XM Radio, weigh in.

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An employee of MAVinci assembles a camera equipped "Sirius" UAV in Leimen near Heidelberg
An employee of MAVinci assembles a camera equipped "Sirius" UAV in Leimen near Heidelberg

An employee of MAVinci assembles a camera equipped "Sirius" unmanned aerial vehicle in Leimen near Heidelberg, June 13, 2013. MAVinci, based in Leimen near Heidelberg, makes UAVs with a wingspan of 1.6 metres (5.3 feet) that take aerial images for land surveys conducted for infrastructure projects,

Customers of MAVinci, manufacturer of the camera equipped "Sirius" UAV check their laptop during a training session on an airfield for model aircraft in Walldorf near Heidelberg
Customers of MAVinci, manufacturer of the camera equipped "Sirius" UAV check their laptop during a training session on an airfield for model aircraft in Walldorf near Heidelberg

Customers of MAVinci, manufacturer of the camera equipped "Sirius" unmanned aerial vehicle check their laptop during a training session on an airfield for model aircraft in Walldorf near Heidelberg, June 13, 2013. MAVinci, based in Leimen near Heidelberg, makes UAVs with a wingspan of 1.6 metres (5

Niesen of MAVinci looks into the sky during the flight of a camera equipped "Sirius" UAV at a training session for clients on an airfield for model aircraft in Walldorf near Heidelberg
Niesen of MAVinci looks into the sky during the flight of a camera equipped "Sirius" UAV at a training session for clients on an airfield for model aircraft in Walldorf near Heidelberg

Michael Niesen of MAVinci looks into the sky during the flight of a camera equipped "Sirius" unmanned aerial vehicle at a training session for clients on an airfield for model aircraft in Walldorf near Heidelberg, June 13, 2013. MAVinci, based in Leimen near Heidelberg, makes UAVs with a wingspan o

Niesen of MAVinci explains the camera equipped "Sirius" UAV during a training session for clients on an airfield for model aircraft in Walldorf near Heidelberg
Niesen of MAVinci explains the camera equipped "Sirius" UAV during a training session for clients on an airfield for model aircraft in Walldorf near Heidelberg

Michael Niesen of MAVinci explains the camera equipped "Sirius" unmanned aerial vehicle during a training session for clients on an airfield for model aircraft in Walldorf near Heidelberg, June 13, 2013. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski