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Massey Energy decided to close its Freedom Mine in Kentucky after it was targeted by federal regulators for the toughest enforcement action ever. Howard Berkes/NPR hide caption

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Landmark Coal Mine Safety Enforcement Case Settled

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A man sends money through the mobile phone service M-PESA in Kenya's capital, Nairobi, in 2007. M-PESA is having a clear economic impact, including boosting consumer spending in the countryside. Tony Karumba/Getty Images hide caption

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Mobile Money Revolution Aids Kenya's Poor, Economy

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After closing its doors for two years for renovations, the Philadelphia History Museum is set to reopen this spring. Tom Ammon/160over90 hide caption

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Philadelphia Museum Sells Objects To Get A Face-Lift

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