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Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke in a hearing of the Joint Economic Committee on Capitol Hill in June. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Fed Stimulus Expected, But Remedy May Not Be Right

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Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) returns in October to fight more zombies in the hit AMC series The Walking Dead. But about 14 million people won't be able to see the premiere because of an ongoing dispute between AMC and satellite provider DISH Network Gene Page/AMC hide caption

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'Where's My AMC?' DISH Network Dispute Drags On

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New census figures showing a link between single motherhood and poverty have some analysts touting marriage as a means to curb poverty. But others say it's not so simple. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Can Marriage Save Single Mothers From Poverty?

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Towns near the Ohio River, including Steubenville, seen here in 2009, are home to many undecided voters. One of them, Brian Snider, says, "This is pretty much a ghost town." Rick Gershon/Getty Images hide caption

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In The Ohio River Valley, Voters Aren't Sure Either Candidate Can Help

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Tabla player and concert organizer Samir Chatterjee plays alongside flutist Ronu Majumdar at Chhandayan's annual all-night concert in New York City in May. Dibyarka Chatterjee hide caption

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Another Reason To Skip Sleep: Indian Classical Music

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