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Scott Brown: Puzzling Out The GOP's New 'It' Boy

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Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick looks on as President Obama speaks at a Boston fundraiser for the governor in October 2009. Gerald Herbert/AP Photo hide caption

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Mark Greenberg, owner of Murray's Liquors in Newton, Mass., says he won't consider new hiring until some customers stop buying discounted wines and return to purchasing fine wines. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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A Cheap-Wine Index Keeps Hiring On Hold

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Gay-Marriage Advocates Weigh Next Move

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Wellesley Class Teaches Personal Finance Basics

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