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A man walks outside a Chevrolet dealership in Beijing. American automotive companies are expanding, taking brands like Buick and Chevrolet overseas. Alexander F. Yuan/AP hide caption

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U.S. Automakers Take Brands Overseas

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Construction crews work to finish Boeing's new 787 Dreamliner assembly plant in North Charleston, S.C. The company plans to start assembling planes here in July and will provide 1,000 nonunion jobs. Boeing hide caption

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Union Cries Foul Over New S.C. Boeing Plant

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Kids, Camera, Action! Alice Dainard (Elle Fanning) films a homemade movie with her friends in J.J. Abrams' Super 8. Abrams says he hoped the movie could feel like "a sister film" to Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment classics, in which kids were heroes in their own right. Francois Duhamel/ Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Filmmaking Misfits Star In J.J. Abrams' 'Super 8'

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Scientists have known for a long time that nicotine decreases appetite among smokers, but they didn't know why. A new study finds that nicotine triggers a response in certain specific brain cells known to regulate appetite. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Why Nicotine Curbs Appetite

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Ned, Sara and Shay Buskirk of San Francisco. Shay was born at home and his parents never considered circumcision, which they see as mutilation. Rachael Myrow/KQED hide caption

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San Franciscans To Vote On Banning Circumcision

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Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaking at a news conference in Abu Dhabi on Thursday, following the Third Contact Group Meeting on Libya. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Clinton: Prepare For Post-Gadhafi Libya

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Nora Fiffer and Chance Bone of Chicago's Lookingglass Theatre in the company's current production of The Last Act of Lilka Kadison. Sean Williams hide caption

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For Lookingglass: Classics, Acrobatics And A Tony

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