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47 percent vs. 1 percent: the emergence of tax-class warfare
For these four nations, 2012 is worse than the Great Recession
Jobs outlook is tepid, but investors don't have to be glum
BP recalls gas in Indiana. You can recall gas?
China adoption diary: Through the looking glass into the US, and having a blast
Bumbo baby seats: unsafe at any height
$100 million apartment goes up for sale. A penthouse boom?
Papa John's pizza controversy: Another fast-food chain embroiled in culture war
Don't avoid investment risk. Control it.
US jobs report eases global gloom
Toyota recall of RAV4s, Lexuses? Yes, but not yet.
Beef recall hits Northeast states
China adoption diary: A many-Kleenex visit to Grace’s orphanage
China adoption diary: Maoming or bust – a return to Grace’s hometown
China adoption diary: "Officially ours," Madeleine Bao Yi becomes a Belsie
China adoption diary: The gotcha day "zap." Love at first sight.
China adoption diary: A cackling ride on the stork
China adoption diary: over the pole, the odyssey begins
US jobs report: a cold blast of fear
Booming short sales poised to overtake foreclosures
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A hint that, in the end, Sanders might work with Democratic Party
Why is the EU pushing for restrictions on Amazon, Netflix?
Is biodegradable plastic a lie?
What the US government really thinks about encryption
The entrepreneurs easing suffering, one invention at a time
Donald Trump blasts female Hispanic GOP governor. What is he thinking?
As rescuers become targets, war zone medics push for consequences
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Bad asteroid science? Former Microsoft exec says NASA data is full of errors.
How India is quietly becoming a space exploration power house
Squid, octopus, and cuttlefish are booming: Good news from the sea?
As Arctic sea ice melts, Antarctic sea ice grows. Why?
The surprising relationship between intelligence and racism
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