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Cast members of the canceled sitcom Arrested Development reunite at a New Yorker panel in October. Netflix will exclusively stream a new season of the cult hit — and that could bring the service a lot of new subscribers, one analyst says. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for The New Yorker hide caption

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Online Video Sites Go Pro And Get Original

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Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul spoke at a town hall meeting at the Ericson Public Library in Boone, Iowa, on Thursday before a university rally. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images hide caption

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Ron Paul's Young Fans Flock To Him In Iowa

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Lambert-St. Louis International Airport lost American Airlines as a hub in 2003; the airport's daily flights dropped from nearly 600 in 2001 to 250 today. Like other cities it's looking for a way to boost traffic, and officials are planning to make it a cargo hub. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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When Airlines Depart Cities, Businesses May Follow

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Republican Sen. John Thune of South Dakota says the "millionaires surtax" would hurt small-business owners' ability to hire new workers. J. Scott Applewhite/Associated Press hide caption

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GOP Objects To 'Millionaires Surtax'; Millionaires We Found? Not So Much

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President Obama addresses the media Thursday, with an electronic clock counting down to the end of the year. The payroll tax cut is due to expire then, unless Congress votes to extend it. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Obama Pushes Agenda Despite Losses On The Hill

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MaryAnn and Jim Fletcher pose for a photo on the night of their junior prom dance, in the Half Hollow Hills School District of New York's Long Island. Jim Fletcher hide caption

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A Livin' Thing: After Decades, A Couple Reconnects

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Best Books Of 2011

Booksellers' Picks: Catch The Year's Freshest Reads

Booksellers' Picks: Catch The Year's Freshest Reads

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