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Fed's interest-rate move wows Dow, but is also sign of plodding recovery
Why Wall Street isn’t worried about a government shutdown
Goldman Sachs under fire: Is Wall Street cheering or cowering?
Dow loses 154 amid Dubai World woes, but it could have been worse
The New Economy
Fed Beige Book: Economy tipping toward growth
Stocks rally on Fed's word that the economy is leveling off
Bernanke defends bailouts – and himself
Is US poised to bail out another financial institution?
Key change in accounting may boost banks' balance sheets
Bernanke’s plan to tame Wall Street
Why US keeps backstopping a flattened AIG
Why banks still teeter, after $232 billion in aid
US unveils new $800 billion plan to loosen credit
A scramble to unlock bank lending
Postcrisis economy: calmer but slower
How $700 billion Paulson-Bernanke plan may help house prices
Will Fed begin to raise rates soon?
Are Fed rate cuts nearly over?
Paulson proposes major new role for the Fed
Fed cuts interest rates, but lenders still wary
Paulson outlines fix-it plan for credit crisis
Fed's bold $200 billion move
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Why pro-immigrant activists are turning to hunger strikes
Daylight Saving Time is upon us: Which way to move the clocks?
A death in Istanbul
CPAC applause lines: Red meat for the faithful
Kiev snipers: Who was behind them?
How teachers bring women’s history and women’s rights to life
Could El Salvador's next president help civil war victims find justice?
The 2014 Oscars: and the winner is...!
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Chapter & Verse
Pastor reportedly buys his way onto New York Times bestseller list
Scott Neeson left Hollywood to save destitute children in Cambodia
International Women's Day 2014: Women in tech make strides
Is military better handling its sexual assault problem? Congress is watching. (+video)
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