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For years, car insurance companies have set rates based on where a driver lives. But new in-car tracking devices may soon transform how drivers are charged for insurance. Mark Wilson/Gettty Images hide caption

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Car Insurers Eye Driving Skills To Set Prices

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Mitt Romney speaks during a campaign stop at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds this month in Golden, Colo. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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For July, Romney Fundraising Outpaces Obama Yet Again

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Condoleezza Rice says her dream job would be NFL Commissioner. Would she want a VP post instead? Ezra Shaw/Getty Images hide caption

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Longshot Rice Would Lift Romney 's Foreign Expertise

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Jan Ebeling rides Rafalca in the equestrian dressage competition at the 2012 Summer Olympics on Aug. 2. Rafalca is co-owned by Ann Romney, the wife of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Markus Schreiber/AP hide caption

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Dressage Enthusiasts Find Romney-Driven Attention A Mixed Blessing

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U.S. boxer Claressa Shields is declared the winner on points over Anna Laurell of Sweden in the women's middleweight boxing quarterfinals at the 2012 London Olympic Games. Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Boxer Claressa Shields,17, Reaches Olympic Semifinal, Where A Medal Awaits

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Antique trucks, including a 1937 Plymouth, on display at the weekly Cruisin' on the Square car show in Milan, Ohio. Classic car owners and enthusiasts gather each Tuesday evening through the summer to show off their cars or even find one to buy. Noah Adams/NPR hide caption

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Cruisin' For Classic Cars On A Steamy Summer Night

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Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi (shown here July 2) has said that he'll restore the country's security within his first 100 days in office. Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Security Breach Tests Egypt's New President

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Palestinians look at items in a gift shop as they wait to cross into Egypt at the Rafah border crossing in the Gaza Strip last month. Egypt shut down the crossing less than a week later, after a deadly attack near Rafah left 16 Egyptian soldiers dead. Tara Todras-Whitehill for NPR hide caption

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Sinai Attack Dashes Hopes For Closer Gaza-Egypt Ties

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Cattle use a tree for shade as temperatures rose above 100 degrees in a pasture July 28, 2011, near Canadian, Texas. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Are Recent Heat Waves A Result Of Climate Change?

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