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JPMorgan Chase & Co. agreed to a $13 billion settlement over faulty mortgage securities with the Justice Department on Tuesday, though it did not admit any wrongdoing. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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What Have Mortgage Settlements Done For Homeowners Lately?

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Former state chemist Annie Dookhan, left, stands alongside her attorney on Friday. She admitted faking test results in criminal cases and was sentenced to 3-to-5 years in prison. David L. Ryan /AP hide caption

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Examining The 'Red Flags' In A Massachusetts Crime Lab Scandal

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BYD's North American headquarters is located in Los Angeles. Next year, the Chinese-based auto manufacturer will roll out electric buses in LA and Long Beach. Daniel Hajek/NPR hide caption

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Electric Bus Fleet Brings Chinese Manufacturing To America

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New York Jets tight end Josh Baker celebrates after scoring a touchdown during the first quarter in the game against the New York Giants in 2011. Julio Cortez/AP hide caption

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An Inside Look That Strips The Face Paint Off The NFL

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Jennifer Lawrence makes her second appearance as the savvy, steel-spined Katniss Everdeen in the dystopian Hunger Games series. Murray Close/Lionsgate hide caption

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Two Very Different Movies, Two Heroines With Spine

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Stanley Kubrick's The Shining strikes its terrifying tone with help from the Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki, whose music underscores several of its tensest scenes. Archive Photos/Getty Images hide caption

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A Sound Of Fear, Forged In The Shadow Of War

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