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The U.S. and JPMorgan Chase flags wave outside its headquarters in New York on Friday. Eduardo Munoz/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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JPMorgan's Loss A Gain For Campaign Positioning

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Michelle Salvini (left) and Terri DiCarlo take a break from work outside the Cornerstone Care clinic in Burgettstown, Pa. Mysterious fumes have repeatedly sickened clinic staffers, forcing them to evacuate the building several times. Maggie Starbard/NPR hide caption

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Sick From Fracking? Doctors, Patients Seek Answers

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Arizona state Sen. Nancy Barto, R-Phoenix, listens during a special budget briefing at the state Capitol in October 2008. Barto sponsored a new law that prohibits wrongful birth lawsuits. She says the bill "sends the message that all life is worth protecting." Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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Should Parents Be Able To Sue For 'Wrongful Birth'?

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It doesn't take a transcontinental flight to end up out of sync with your body clock. It might just be that you stay up too late. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Jet-Lagged By Your Social Calendar? Better Check Your Waistline

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Canada's real estate market is one of the hottest in the developed world. Mike Cassese/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Canada's Housing Market Booms; Experts See Trouble

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Maryland resident Nicholas McDonald, 24, has briefly abandoned his musical aspirations to enter the workforce and contribute to the family's finances. "I'd like to give my mom $100 every now and then," he says. Kainaz Amaria /NPR hide caption

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Caring For Grandparent Matures A Young Man

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Employees fit a tire to a John Deere W540 combine inside the company's Domodedovo manufacturing center near Moscow, Russia. The tractors are built in Waterloo, Iowa, and then taken apart and shipped to the Russian plant for reassembly. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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From Iowa To Russia, Tractors Build Economic Bridge

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