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The TSA and the economics of institutions
Time to abolish the TSA?
TSA screenings drive passengers to find alternatives to flying
Why is the free market rejecting Obama's loan program?
Small businesses and banks spurn Obama's $30 billion program
Southwest-AirTran merger: What will it mean for ticket prices?
Blockbuster bankrupt, but small video stores thrive
Jack White waxes nostalgic in bid to reconnect fans to music
Bathroom scales don't lie. Neither does market economics.
John Mellencamp calls Internet most dangerous invention since atomic bomb
Top 5 historical true-crime books of the last decade
Lunar eclipse: When to look skyward Saturday morning
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U.S. Open: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson get beat by Pebble Beach
Tony Awards: Sean Hayes calls Tonys "World Cup of Show tunes"
Graduation rate for US high-schoolers falls for second straight year
Broadway musicals: The new jukebox heroes
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Hellhound on His Trail
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Confronting budget woes in cities large and small
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March Madness: your five-minute guide
The biggest loser: Which state lost the most jobs?
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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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Kremlin 'outraged' by electoral fraud... in Eurovision song contest
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
Facing the devastation of the Oklahoma tornadoes
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North Korea's hidden labor camps exposed
Oklahoma tornado was a monster, but it wasn't a record-breaker
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One man's escape from Camp 14 and North Korea
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