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A man pushes his cart loaded with fuel containers in Tehran, Iran. Sanctions on Iran's oil have put a serious dent in the country's economy, pushing up the inflation rate to 40 percent. Vahid Salemi/AP hide caption

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Crippled By Sanctions, Iran's Economy Key In Nuclear Deal

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In the past week, this street market in Tacloban has grown exponentially as people try to earn money to rebuild their lives. Frank Langfitt/ NPR hide caption

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After The Storm: Commerce Returns To Damaged Philippines City

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Gas prices are down compared with last year, but slumping consumer confidence could dampen Thanksgiving holiday travel. Julio Cortez/AP hide caption

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Many Americans Will Be Giving Thanks For Lower Prices

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Hollywood's version of Iron Man 3 shown in China played down the rather unfortunately named baddie, The Mandarin, played by Ben Kingsley. Marvel hide caption

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Hollywood's New Strategy: Supporting Chinese-Made Blockbusters

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Bill Cosby performs his stand-up special, Far From Finished. The actor and comedian has been working in show business for 50 years. Erinn Chalene Cosby/Comedy Central hide caption

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Bill Cosby, Still Himself After All These Years

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Foreverly, a new album from Norah Jones and Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong, was released today. Marina Chavez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Foreverly' Yours: Billie Joe Armstrong And Norah Jones Get Close

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