French president is counting on private-sector hiring rather than public spending to spur the employment recovery.
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(AP) — Hogs aren't unusual in rural south Alabama, but Wade Seago said he'd never seen anything like the 820-pound (372-kilogram) animal he shot and killed in his front yard.Seago told The Associated Press on Wednesday that he plans to display the hog's stuffed head and shoulders at his taxidermy shop.Feral hogs cause millions of dollars in damage annually, and hunters on private land can kill as many of them as they want under Alabama law.