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Sued for a tweet: How not to deal with complaints on Twitter
As ye 'so,' so shall ye speak
Review: 'Funny People'
Who will survive the solar energy shakeout?
New fiber-optic network brings digital era to Afghanistan
Merce Cunningham: a life larger than dance
The New Economy
US home prices rise. Is it time to buy?
The Internet as online confessional
Terrorism & Security
Protesters worldwide rally for Iranian opposition
For bankrupt California cities, budget deal is last straw
Solar-powered Wi-Fi sprouts up around the country
Oakland voters approve marijuana tax
When 'B' means better
Museums' new mantra: Connect with community
Google tweaks real estate listings on Google Maps
What's cooking? Twitter heats up the kitchen.
What can we learn from the death of the world's first printed blog?
In cash-strapped California, plans for a high-speed rail line are rebuked
Round 2 of Tea Party protests: a political powerhouse in the making?
The New Economy
Time for a new job? This week's most intriguing openings
Home prices down – but not as much as the month before
Much-awaited video game 'Fable III' revealed – in the Weddings section
Greening the Sears Tower
D.C. Metro crash highlights underfunding of public transit systems
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Ukraine crisis: US boots on the ground in Poland is an option, Hagel says
Can Israel's natural gas reserves pump up regional peace?
Top 10 tea party primaries
Confederate flag flap at N.Y. school: why debate is hardly settled
Iran ahead of schedule in complying with nuclear deal, UN watchdog says
Bid to end Detroit bankruptcy by October gains momentum
In Indian election trail, a new brand of 'rurban' voters
Ukraine on the brink
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How I fought the American addiction to 'more stuff'
The big test facing Iraq
Will blame game keep West and Russia apart at Ukraine talks? (+video)
American Idol: Jena Irene steals the show with a Radiohead performance
Would Obama save Putin from drowning? Putin says yes.
Scientists might have figured out how to make solar power work at night
New York gun owners shrug off tough new rules: What happens now?
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