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Traffic on Staten Island during a winter storm earlier this month. New York is among the states affected by a shortage of rock salt. Tom Checchi/Staten Island Advance /Landov hide caption

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Got Road Salt? Cities Across The Country Are Running Out Of ItKCUR-FM

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One of the lovely things about the mousse, according to Dorie Greenspan, is its versatility: It goes as well with maple syrup as with peanut brittle — or nothing at all. Mary Dodd/Courtesy of Dorie Greenspan hide caption

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Found Recipes

Paris Confidential: The Mystery Mousse Behind The Chocolate Bar

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During his January State of the State address, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker made the case that extra money should be returned as property and income tax cuts; some Republicans say his proposal goes too far. Andy Manis/AP hide caption

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With Wallets Bulging, States Must Decide How To Spend Their Cash

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