IMF Predicts Europe's Economic Growth Will Continue To Be Weak

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A woman and her daughter shop at a Greenmarket in New York City using Electronic Benefits Transfer, or food stamps. Government data show that fewer people were receiving the benefits in February 2014 than at the peak in December 2012. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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Economic Upswing Has Fewer Americans Receiving Food Stamps

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Conservatives, Environmentalists Found Common Ground In Cap And Trade

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Germany's Economy Is Doing Well — And That's Bad For The Eurozone

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Lifting Ban On Crude Oil Exports Would Boost U.S. Economy

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Reverse Food Truck Caters To Hunger Relief Programs

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'Financial Times' Picks Apart Picketty, Sparking An Argument

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Over the next few years China will build a multi-billion dollar railway linking the Kenyan port of Mombasa to Nairobi (shown here), based on an agreement signed earlier this month by East African and Chinese officials. It's one of many examples of China's increasing economic engagement with African countries. Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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China Turns To Africa For Resources, Jobs And Future Customers

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150 Years After Marx, 'Capital' Still Can't Shake Loose Of 'Das Kapital'

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Prince Charles talks to Lynn Forester de Rothschild (left), organizer of the Conference on Inclusive Capitalism, and Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, before Tuesday's conference. The 250 corporate and financial leaders who attended control some $30 trillion, about a third of the world's investable assets. WPA Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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World's Richest People Meet, Muse On How To Spread The Wealth

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