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Internet service in Chattanooga will be among the fastest in the world
President Obama's dream car: Government intervention on four wheels
Volvo-Geely deal China's biggest foreign auto acquisition
Classic review: The Bean Trees
Tour de France Stage 17: Why fans will camp out for days to glimpse cyclists
Volkswagen Jetta: 2011 model will be cheaper (and more legroom too)
West Philadelphia high school dares to build a 100 m.p.g. car
Beneath the Lion's Gaze
The 2010 Geneva International Motor Show
How US luger Erin Hamlin cracked the German dynasty
The Value of Nothing
Storms and Flooding in California
Opening Day of the Detroit Auto Show
World leaders recall the fall of the Berlin Wall
Electric SUVs: A smaller footprint for big vehicles
Car sales down, but Ford is catching its Japanese rivals
Germany after the fall of the wall: Trabi revived as electric car
Volkswagen's E-Up! An electric car for the people?
Zune HD review roundup: For the 'anything but iPod' crowd
Facebook roars past the 300 million mark
One million electric cars by 2020, says German government
US cars are finally a match for Asian autos, consumers say
Make way for the micro mobiles
What the future of the auto industry will look like
In Dresden and Nazi camp, Obama highlights capacity for reconstruction
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Did similar detours bring terrorism to streets of Boston and London?
Obama prom photos: Were those the good old days?
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Gerard Depardieu goes to Chechnya to film next movie
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
IRS scandal: Will House throw Lois Lerner in slammer?
Facing the devastation of the Oklahoma tornadoes
May 22, 2013
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Helping China end its cybercrime spree
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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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