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Sorry, Mom: The Toyota Avalon Is The Most American Car Made Today
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After Hurricane Sandy, the town of Madison, N.J., which runs its own power utility, had electricity restored long before its neighbors. Friscocali/via Flickr hide caption

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After Sandy Outages, A Tale Of Two Utilities
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Some Restaurants In Israel Declare A Kosher Rebellion
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The latest "comic of the week" on Bazooka Bubble Gum's Facebook page. Bazooka Bubble Gum hide caption

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Nov. 17: A sign in a Staten Island storefront tells a lot. It was still closed because of the damage done by Superstorm Sandy in late October. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Fiscal Cliff Debate Moves To TV, In Ad War
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Are 'Pac-Man,' 'Tetris' Art? MOMA Says Yes
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N.Y. Fast-Food Workers Strike For Better Wages
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European Bank Chief: 2013 Will Be Better For Euro
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How David Beckham Changed U.S. Soccer
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House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill Thursday after private talks with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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How Much Income Taxes Could Rise: A Breakdown Of The Options
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Ireland-based Intrade lets users bet money on all manner of predictions — like if a particular film will win an Oscar. The site is ceasing operations in the U.S. NPR/Intrade screen grab hide caption

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A Bet Or A Prediction? Intrade's Purpose Is Debated
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Yet Another Shift In Facebook Policies Raises Privacy Concerns
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Would Raising Taxes On Investment Income Hurt The Economy?
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