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A shale gas well bore is lined by steel pipe, shown here in 100-foot sections in Washington County, Pa., at the drill site of Range Resources. Between its vertical and horizontal sections, a well bore will extend 9,000 feet or longer and require more than a million pounds of steel. Tom Gjelten/NPR hide caption

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Will the U.S. and other governments dare tell their citizens that to avoid another global crisis, they will have to take bitter medicine? Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Flat-Panel TVs Showcase U.S.-China Trade Issues

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World Economy Becomes Focus For CIA Recruiting

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