Chris Arnold NPR correspondent Chris Arnold is based in Boston. His reports are heard regularly on NPR's award-winning newsmagazines Morning Edition, All Things Considered and Weekend Edition.

Some economists want the government to automatically refinance homeowners to prevent further foreclosures. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Remedy For Foreclosures Has Economists Divided

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Advocates Charge Foreclosure Process Is Still Broken

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Whither Small Businesses? The Debate Over Tax Cuts

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Low In Supply, Used Cars Costing Drivers More

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Mixed Reaction To Obama's Business Tax-Break Plan

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The SawStop saw can sense a slight electrical current that human fingers (and hot dogs) create. When it senses the current, the saw triggers a safety brake, which stops the blade in less than 5/1,000th of a second. Courtesy of SawStop hide caption

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Sharp Edge: One Man's Quest To Improve Saw Safety

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High School Homebuilders Get More Than Education

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U.S. Farmers Suffer From Ban On Mexican Trucks

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Greece's Bailout Reminiscent Of Lehman's Collapse

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Good News, Latest Jobs Report Is Slightly Worse

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As Tourism Picks Up, Boston's Economy Improves

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At Expressway Toyota in Boston, co-owner Robert Boch says sales are rebounding thanks to loyal customers and big incentives such as zero percent financing. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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Toyota Dealer Hopes Woes Are In Rearview Mirror

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Foreclosure Woes Loom As Housing Stimulus Ends

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Contractors clean up lead paint at a contaminated building in Providence, R.I. Chitose Suzuki/AP hide caption

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Home Contractors Brace For Lead Paint Rules

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The Boston Tea Party of 1773, as depicted in an old engraving. Bostonians dressed as Indians dumped 342 chests of tea overboard from three British ships in protest against "taxation without representation." The famous Tea Party took place at Griffin's Wharf, where the ships were tied up. The site remained a landmark even after the waterfront was filled in, leaving the spot several hundred yards inland. AP hide caption

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Tea Party Finds Inspiration In Boston History

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