Sonari Glinton Sonari Glinton is a NPR Business Desk reporter based at our NPR West bureau.
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Stone Hedge, a 10,000-square-foot Detroit mansion built in 1915 is listed at less than $450,000. Jessica J. Trevino/Detroit Free Press hide caption

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Million-Dollar Mansion Has A Bargain Basement Price

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Average U.S. Car Price Tops $30,000

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Flying Car Glides Closer To Reality

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Stopgap Bill Keeps Transportation Projects Going

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Congress Passes Highway Bill To Avoid Shutdown

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Parents Of Slain Florida Teen Appear On Capitol Hill

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Protesters Rally Outside Supreme Court

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After House, Senate Pushes JOBS Act Through

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Actor George Clooney is led away in handcuffs from Sudan's embassy in Washington, D.C., on Friday. Clooney, his father, Nick, and others including Democratic Rep. Jim Moran of Virginia and NAACP President Ben Jealous, were arrested as they demonstrated to bring attention to the humanitarian crisis in Sudan. The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Transportation Bill Gathers Bipartisan Support

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