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Customers walk out of Street Boutique, parked in Shirlington Village, Va. Street Boutique is a pop-up truck that's similar to the many food trucks in the area, except it sells clothes and jewelry. James Clark/NPR hide caption

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Business

Make Room, Food Trucks. Mobile Fashion Stores Have Hit The Streets

Entrepreneurs who want to launch a retail business in the fashion industry have found a more affordable way to do it — by launching food-truck-inspired rolling boutiques.

Two dope boys on a Cadillac: Andre 3000 and Big Boi in the early days. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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The Record

Outkast And Atlanta: Until They Close The Curtain

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Outkast And Atlanta: Until They Close The Curtain

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A Red Cross worker delivers bedding to a unit at The Ivy Apartments in Dallas, where a man diagnosed with the Ebola virus had been staying. Mike Stone/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Shots - Health News

A Simple Question Can Stop Ebola: How Do You Feel?

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A Simple Question Can Stop Ebola: How Do You Feel?

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Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America CEO Bruce Marks is offering the first batch of these "wealth building home loans" to homebuyers through his nonprofit organization. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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New 15-Year Mortgage May Open Homeownership Door For More Buyers

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A girl cries outside an Ebola treatment center in Monrovia in late September. Both her parents died in the Ebola outbreak. Zoom Dosso/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Goats and Soda

After Losing Parents To Ebola, Orphans Face Stigma

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After Losing Parents To Ebola, Orphans Face Stigma

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A sign directs voters at a polling site in Atlanta. "Georgia is changing dramatically," Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jason Carter says. "There's no doubt that Georgia is next in line as a national battleground state." David Goldman/AP hide caption

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As Populations Shift, Democrats Hope To Paint The Sun Belt Blue

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Customers walk out of Street Boutique, parked in Shirlington Village, Va. Street Boutique is a pop-up truck that's similar to the many food trucks in the area, except it sells clothes and jewelry. James Clark/NPR hide caption

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Make Room, Food Trucks: Mobile Fashion Stores Have Hit The Streets

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Supporters of the al-Nusra Front protest in Aleppo, Syria, on Sept. 26, days after airstrikes there targeted the al-Qaida unit called Khorasan. U.S. officials say some top Khorasan leaders were embedded with the Nusra Front, al-Qaida's arm in Syria. Fadi al-Halabi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Two-Way

Al-Qaida Reasserts Itself With Khorasan Group

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Al-Qaida Reasserts Itself With Khorasan Group

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Ben Affleck plays Nick, a self-styled "corn-fed, salt-of-the-earth Missouri boy." But is he a reliable narrator? Merrick Morton/ Courtesy of 20th Century Fox hide caption

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Who's Worth Your Trust In Fincher's Moody, Atmospheric 'Gone Girl'?

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