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Egyptians protest outside the administrative court in the capital, Cairo, on Tuesday. The protesters are calling for the panel drafting the constitution to be made up entirely of non-parliamentarians. Controversy swirls around the 100-member panel — handpicked by Islamist lawmakers — which includes only a handful of women and Christians. Gianluigi Guercia/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Unease Grows Over Islamist Political Agenda In Egypt

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A pile of IRS Form 1040 tax documents is seen in this file photo. Personal finance experts recommend keeping most records for three years after they're used in a tax return. Tim Boyle/Getty Images hide caption

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You Should Keep Tax Records — But How, And For How Long?

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney campaigns in Muskego, Wis., on Saturday. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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On Energy Policy, Romney's Emphasis Has Shifted

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People walk past a Falklands War memorial in Ushuaia, Argentina, on Sunday. Some Argentines want Britain to give up the Falkland Islands, which Argentina tried to take over in a bloody war in 1982. Natacha Pisarenko/AP hide caption

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30 Years On, Argentina Still Claims Falklands

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A FedEx hybrid delivery truck. In FedEx's fleet of over 90,000 vehicles, 408 are hybrid or electric, and 4,000 are fuel-efficient, lower-emitting "Sprinter" vans. Courtesy of FedEx Corp. hide caption

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Oil Scare Turns FedEx On To Energy Efficiency

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