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Congress eyes solutions for Wall Street woes
Gas is affordable
Efforts to regulate 'Wild West' markets are long overdue
How much federal help for housing?
Inflation surge puts Fed in a quandary
Woes deepen for U.S. economy
In banking crisis, U.S. steps up
Who's really too big to fail?
Time for new financial system safeguards?
To lower oil price, boost the buck?
Will Fed begin to raise rates soon?
Understaffed Fed raises worries
Stagnation and inflation box in Fed
Facing inflation, Asia gets more aggressive
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Had enough of high prices?
Briefing: Lessons from past food crises
House passes rescue package for mortgage crisis
Are Fed rate cuts nearly over?
Can lenders do more to halt foreclosures?
Should Congress help borrowers?
The real issue behind saving Bear Stearns: size
Some signs of optimism on economy
Bernanke: Bear Stearns collapse threatened economy
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Senate panel passes immigration reform bill: how Republicans helped shape it
Terrorist watch lists: Are they working as they should?
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Anthony Weiner for N.Y.C. mayor? Why he is no Mark Sanford.
UK 'Tea Party' surges, pressuring Tories and Cameron
Obama dials back drone strikes: 3 reasons why
In Brotherhood's Egypt, blasphemy charges against Christians surge ahead
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Is Washington too 'broken' to handle big problems such as immigration reform?
South Korea: The little dynamo that sneaked up on the world
North Korea's hidden labor camps exposed
Oklahoma tornado was a monster, but it wasn't a record-breaker
Exclusive: Iran's frontrunner for president speaks of his life battling US power
North Korea sends special envoy to mend relations with China
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