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With Beats, Apple Buys A Quick Start On Smart Headphones

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Economic Upswing Has Fewer Americans Receiving Food Stamps

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Frustrated By The Affordable Care Act, One Family Opts Out

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Could You Be Driving A Car With A Recall?

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Poor People Can Pay Twice After Committing A Crime

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Wait! Don't Spend That Graduation Cash Just Yet

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3 Million Young People Missing From Housing Market? It's Everyone's Problem

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In 'Clash Of The Financial Pundits,' Clarity For The Investor?

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