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A salesperson demonstrates the Apple iPhone 4 in New Delhi, India. While mobile device use is growing rapidly in emerging markets, Apple's current product line may prove prohibitively expensive for many consumers. Manish Swarup/AP hide caption

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All Tech Considered

As Developing World Goes Mobile, Can Apple Make The Sale?

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Mike Williams (left) was homeless and broke in Sacramento, Calif., when he met Dr. Jong Chen. Now the two men are working together to develop a portable housing pod for the homeless. Courtesy of Mike Williams hide caption

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Around the Nation

A Doctor's Kindness Gives Homeless Inventor A Second Chance

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The Barclays Center in New York, the new home of the Brooklyn Nets, was built partially with investment from overseas donors seeking U.S. citizenship. A little-known immigration program allows wealthy investors to get a green card in exchange for funding American businesses. Bruce Bennett/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S.

Investing In Citizenship: For The Rich, A Road To The U.S.

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President Obama "strongly but respectfully disagrees with the ruling" on recess appointments by a federal appeals court, says White House spokesman Jay Carney. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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It's All Politics

Court Ruling Upsets Conventional Wisdom On Recess Appointments

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TransCanada already has begun construction on a southern section of the Keystone XL pipeline. Since it doesn't cross the U.S.-Canadian border, it doesn't require approval from the State Department and President Obama. Sarah A. Miller/AP hide caption

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Energy

Will Obama Administration Clear Keystone XL Pipeline?

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Reince Priebus, shown at the Republican National Convention in August, says Republicans need to "grow our party without compromising our principles." Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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At Winter Gathering, GOP Asks: Where Do We Go From Here?

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The U.S. Capitol at sunrise on Monday, before President Obama's second inauguration. While the president raised big issues in his inaugural address — climate change, gay rights, immigration, the shooting of schoolchildren — none of them appear to top the agenda of Congress, which returned to work Tuesday. Drew Angerer /EPA /Landov hide caption

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It's All Politics

President's New Term Doesn't Mean New Day In Congress

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A wave of racist tweets prompted a Jewish student organization to file a lawsuit asking the American company Twitter to reveal the identities of users sending anti-Semitic tweets. Twitter says data on users is collected and stocked in California, where French law cannot be applied. Lionel Bonaventure/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Technology

French Twitter Lawsuit Pits Free Speech Against Hate Speech

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