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Would Raising Taxes On Investment Income Hurt The Economy?

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Can You Tell Emotion From Faces Alone? A new study suggests that when people evaluated just facial expressions — without cues from the rest of the body — they couldn't tell if the face was showing a positive or negative emotion. Enlarge this photo to see the answers. Hillel Aviezer/The Hebrew University of Jerusalem hide caption

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Victory Or Defeat? Emotions Aren't All In The Face

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A Short Fuse For Fusion As Ignition Misses Deadline

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For Restaurants, Food Waste Is Seen As Low Priority

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In Juvenile Detention, Girls Find Health System Geared To Boys

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Brotherly Bonds Withstand Tragedy Of War

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William Beal, standing at center, started a long-term study on seed germination in 1879. He buried 20 bottles with seeds in them for later researchers to unearth and plant. Michigan State University hide caption

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Experiments That Keep Going And Going And Going

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Legalized marijuana in Colorado and Washington state may open the door to a new kind of tourism. Ed Andrieski/AP hide caption

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Legal Pot Is Here, But Stash The Wallet For Now

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Some people just aren't into the big Thanksgiving Day extravaganza. Stuart Monk /iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Table For One, Please. A Solo Thanksgiving

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How The Government Set Up A Fake Bank To Launder Drug Money

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Tough Turkey: People Have A Harder Time Getting Pardons Under Obama

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Peter G. Peterson speaks at the Fiscal Summit in Washington, D.C., last year. The event was sponsored by the Peter G. Peterson Foundation. Jason Reed/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Fiscal Cliff Siren: Meet The Man Behind The Curtain

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Volunteers bring food to residents of homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy earlier this month in the Staten Island borough of New York City. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Staten Island Relief Efforts Are A Community Affair

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President Obama reaches to shake hands with House Speaker John Boehner, during a meeting Friday at the White House to discuss the deficit and economy. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Solving Fiscal Cliff Math Might Come Down To Two

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In California, 'Republican' Is Becoming A Toxic Label

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