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An expert FAA advisory committee has recommended that airline passengers be allowed to use most personal electronic devices below 10,000 feet. Leonardo Patrizi/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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FAA May Stop Making You Power Off Those Electronics

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What Happens To The Economy If The Government Shuts Down?

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U.S. House Majority Leader Rep. Eric Cantor (center) and colleagues gather before a Sunday vote on Capitol Hill. The House passed two new provisions to a federal spending bill to delay Obamacare for a year and to repeal the medical device tax. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Jimmy Haslam, CEO of Pilot Flying J, discusses accusations of rebate fraud, in April. Today, Haslam said that an audit found problems with only a small number of the company's customers' accounts. Wade Payne/AP hide caption

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Workers assemble solar panels at the now-bankrupt Suntech in the eastern Chinese city of Wuxi. Overproduction in the country has helped lower the cost of solar panels. Peter Parks /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition': NPR's Ailsa Chang on what's expected to happen Monday

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Millions Of TV Viewers Say Goodbye To 'Breaking Bad'

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DirectTV Signs Movie-Financing Deal With A24

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The audience concentrates on a presentation by Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger's office about the federal health care overhaul at the University of Kansas satellite campus in Overland Park, Kan., earlier this month. John Hanna/AP hide caption

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Insurance Exchange 101: Here's What You Need To Know

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One Key Thing No One Knows About Obamacare

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In May, a large piece of the General Motors Building in Manhattan was purchased by a Chinese real estate developer. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Asian Investors Find Hot Market In U.S. Properties

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With President Jimmy Carter watching, Benjamin Civiletti is sworn in by Chief Justice Warren Burger as U.S. attorney general on Aug. 16, 1979. The following year, Civiletti issued a legal opinion saying that federal work cannot go on until Congress agrees to pay for it. AP hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition': NPR's Scott Horsley on the history of shutdowns

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Chicago's Privatized Parking Meters Sour Airport Lease Deal

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Winning Baseball Divisions On Thrifty Budgets

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JPMorgan In Talks To Avoid Criminal Charges

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