Mad Dash As Homebuyer Tax Credit Deadline Arrives

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Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae are quickly becoming the most expensive part of the financial meltdown. As of April, the two companies were sitting on more than 160,000 foreclosed homes. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Fannie And Freddie: Where Do We Go From Here?

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Prisoners Take Advantage Of Homebuyer Tax Credit

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The city incinerator in Harrisburg, Pa., is almost $300 million in debt. And because the city backed the Harrisburg Authority, which owns the facility, it is responsible for the $68 million bill this year. Tamara Keith/NPR hide caption

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Harrisburg, Pa., Incinerator Burns Hole In City Pocket

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Following an interfaith service in Grand Isle, La., people gather at a berm overlooking the ocean and hold hands. Tamara Keith/NPR hide caption

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In Wake Of Spill, Louisiana Residents Feel Helpless

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Louisianans Hurt By Spill Queue For Free Groceries

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Bills Mount; So Do Spill Claimants' Anxiety

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After oysterman Mitch Jurisich spotted oil earlier this week in Bayou La Chute, wildlife officials told him he had to close his beds. He says he's never wanted to do anything else -- but this may be the end. Tamara Keith/NPR hide caption

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New Orleans Oyster Processor Runs Out Of Oysters

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To Fix Oil-Fouled Marshes, Some Say Do Nothing

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'Top Kill' Moves BP Stock

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Better Economy Gets Travelers On The Road Again

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Panel Examines Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Collapse

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Church Workers' Pensions Lack Safeguards

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AOL's CDs were once ubiquitous, but DSL and cable modems made the company's dial-up service a dinosaur. Now, AOL is struggling for relevance and revenue, as it plots its resurrection story. Courtesy of AOL hide caption

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AOL's Journey: From Dial-Up To A New Brand

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Song Blasts Media On Gulf Oil Spill

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