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General Electric's Appliance Park has been in Louisville, Ky., since 1951. But it's putting new power behind its U.S. production. General Electric Co. hide caption

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Not Just Patriotic, U.S. Manufacturing May Be Smart

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton watches a video about her public life that was played before she addressed the Saban Forum in Washington last week. Mary Calvert/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Why This Video Makes One Editor Think Clinton Will Run In 2016

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Abandoned and flooded cars sit in the Rockaway neighborhood of Queens, N.Y., on Nov. 2. It's estimated that it could cost auto insurers $800 million to deal with all the claims from the storm. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Next Post-Sandy Challenge: The Sea Of Damaged Cars

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Brad Pitt (left) and Laramie Eppler (right) in Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life. Merie Wallace/Fox Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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The Movie Gustavo Santaolalla's 'Seen A Million Times'

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Keira Knightley and director Joe Wright have worked together on three film adaptations of period novels. Laurie Sparham/Focus Features hide caption

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Knightley's Anna Karenina Loses The Innocence

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Scottish producer Calvin Harris presents the fruits of a prolific year and a half on the new album 18 Months. Rukes/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Calvin Harris On Dance-Pop As A 'Futuristic Experiment'

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