Lorie Miller affixes a QR code to her grandparents' gravestone. Miller and her husband are launching a business that will supply QR tags and maintain a website featuring the deceased. Emma Lee/Newsworks hide caption

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Shepard Smith apologized to viewers Friday afternoon, after his show aired live footage of a man who fled police and then shot himself. Fox News hide caption

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Planet Money

He Won't Tell You His Name, But He'll Help You Hide Your Money

A trip into the world of "asset protection" — a fancy way to say "hiding money."

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With far less than half of their normal corn yield, the Ulrich brothers are relying in part on government-subsidized crop insurance to keep their farm afloat. Frank Morris/KCUR hide caption

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American Airlines planes sit on the tarmac at Miami International Airport this month. Reports indicate that American Airlines has canceled somewhere between 2 and 5 percent of flights in recent days, reportedly blaming a surge in pilot sick days and maintenance write-ups by pilots. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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