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Topic: Ford Fusion
Car of the year? Volt. Truck? Explorer.
Detroit's Big 3 all turn profits in 2010, pulling out of long skid
2011 safest cars announced: Is your dream car a top pick?
Auto sales: seven cars in fast lane despite slow economy
As 2011 Ford Explorer turns heads, so does its marketing campaign
Hybrid cars pricing by Ford mirrors gas model
Flying car: It flies! It drives! But will it sell?
Mercury may have its wings clipped by Ford
Kelley Blue Book: top 10 green cars of 2010
Surprise! Ford, GM post sales gains by making cars people want to buy.
Rising auto sales could rescue Michigan, Big Three
Opening Day of the Detroit Auto Show
Onetime foes, companies and activists find ways to cooperate
The real reason for Obama's $2.4 billion electric car grants
Auto sales revive amid 'Cash for Clunkers' program
Make way for the micro mobiles
Rental-car companies ‘green up’
Alternative vehicles get their day
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Did similar detours bring terrorism to streets of Boston and London?
Obama prom photos: Were those the good old days?
Global News Blog
Gerard Depardieu goes to Chechnya to film next movie
House passes market-based student loan bill: Is it a step toward a solution?
Time to require tornado shelters in Oklahoma? Moore's mayor says yes.
West Point video allegations add to Pentagon plague of sexual misconduct cases
With youth pounding at kingdom's gates, Saudi Arabia begins religious police reform
Facing the devastation of the Oklahoma tornadoes
May 22, 2013
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Helping China end its cybercrime spree
Monitor Political Cartoons
How Moore, Okla., can cut through FEMA's red tape and build safer schools
South Korea: The little dynamo that sneaked up on the world
Meet the Wisconsin teen behind today's Doodle 4 Google
Michelle Obama vacation: Will critics slam this trip too?
Drone strikes: Four American citizens killed in drone strikes (+video)
Immigration reform: A step forward in Senate, a leap back in House? (+video)
Doodle 4 Google: Why a pirate stormed Google's homepage today
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