Canadian Cable Company Offers Rotisserie Channel

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Gift Shop Helps Julian Assange's Legal Defense

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Global Donations Feed Protesters In Wisconsin

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Levi's New Jean: The Ex-Girlfriend

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Jeopardy contestants Ken Jennings (left), Brad Rutter and a computer named Watson. Carol Kaelson/AP hide caption

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The Dark Side of Watson

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Film director Irvin Kershner (right) and actor Peter Weller talk on the set of "Robocop II." Deana Newcomb/AP hide caption

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Detroit May Need A Hero, But Is It Really Robocop?

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Lottery Codebreaker Shares Scratch-Off Secrets

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Yelena Gaziyan has worked at TD Industrial Coverings for more than seven years and is now the work leader for sewing jeans. Courtesy of Motor City Denim hide caption

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The New Detroit: From Robot Clothes To Luxe Jeans

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Cracking The Cool Science Of Ice

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Who Wouldn't Want A Cockroach Named After Them?

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The Badgley Mischka spring 2011 collection showcased a bright red-pink hue called "honeysuckle," which was dubbed the color of the year, according to the trend-setting company Pantone. Stuart Ramson/AP hide caption

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The Business Of Color: Company Sets Fashion Trends

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