Should Art Sale Help Save Detroit?

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Smithfield hams hang outside the Taste of Smithfield restaurant and gourmet market in Smithfield, Va. Shuanghui International Holdings plans to buy Smithfield Foods, the world's biggest hog producer. Rich-Joseph Facun/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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This photo shows a heavily logged concession affiliated with Asia Pulp and Paper, or APP, one of the world's largest papermakers, on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, in 2010. Romeo Gacad/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Battling Deforestation In Indonesia, One Firm At A Time

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How Recalculating GDP Can Help App Designers In Nigeria

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Bon Jovi Helps Cash-Strapped Fans In Madrid

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Massachusetts Fights New Codfish Limits With A Lawsuit

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10-Year Strike Against Chicago Hotel Ends

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Moto X: First Smartphone To Be Assembled In U.S.

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Japan Suspends Wheat Imports From Pacific Northwest States

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Houston's Petrochemical Industry, Source Of Jobs And Smog

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Mired In Recession, EU Eases Some Austerity Measures

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President Obama, with Education Secretary Arne Duncan at his side, calls on Congress on June 21, 2012, to stop interest rates on student loans from doubling. He is going to make that appeal again Friday. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Obama Presses Congress On Student Loan Rates

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A construction worker paints walls at the Maryland Proton Treatment Center in Baltimore. Each of the center's five rooms will contain a massive piece of equipment that will rotate around a cancer patient to deliver a special kind of radiation. Jenny Gold/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Proton Beam Therapy Sparks Hospital Arms Race

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