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Mobile Payment Apps Put Wallets In Phones, Not Pockets

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A photo from 2009 shows "All Natural" Necco Wafers. But after customers rejected the changes, the Massachusetts company returned to its original recipe.

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Customer Outrage Forces Necco To Put Artificial Ingredients Back Into Wafers

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Always Friendly: While no good photos of Wyoming's Casper Ghosts were available, this file image of a Halloween celebrant illustrates the Casper the Ghost spirit.

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A sign on an RV announces the end of the world, outside Harold Camping's ministry in Oakland, Calif., Monday, May 23, 2011. Ahead of that day, many of Camping's followers had quit their jobs or donated money to pay for more than 5,000 billboards and 20 RVs plastered with the Judgment Day message.

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks in Islamabad Friday, as Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar looks on. Clinton urged Pakistan to act swiftly to dislodge the militant Haqqani network.

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An image from the Twitter-like Chinese site Weibo.com shows a composite image of the toddler's mother, Qu Feifei (left); her rescuer, Chen Xianmei (top right) and Wang Yue.

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For his upcoming biography of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, Walter Isaacson conducted more than 40 interviews with the enigmatic tech leader.

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The Rangers' Ian Kinsler steals second in the ninth inning, barely beating the tag by the Cardinals' Rafael Furcal. The steal sparked a game-winning rally for Texas.

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Kinsler Steals Second, And Rangers Take Game 2 In St. Louis

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In Sirte, fighters loyal to the new government celebrate after the town's defenses finally fell, and former leader Moammar Gadhafi was killed.

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The Occupy Wall Street protests have inspired similar events around America, and in dozens of countries. Here, a truck has been painted with a sign supporting the Occupy Portland protests in Oregon.

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A 1981 DeLorean is seen in a commemorative cruise in Michigan. A Texas company plans to make electric versions of the iconic car.

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Michael Gill was 21 when he sold his Peugeot racing bike in 1985.

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This image captured by a remote submersible shows a steel skylight on the SS Mantola's deck, above the ship's engine room. The wreck sits under 8,000 feet of water.

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