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Would More Dinner And Golf Solve Washington's Problems? Ray LaHood Thinks So
Frustrated With GOP Candidates, Muslims Recall More Welcoming Days
Bubble Bursts On Alpaca Market. Sales Slowed, Hay Costs Doubled
Scotch Whiskey Gets A Run For Its Money From Global Distillers
Sending Out The Same-Old Greeting Cards This Year?
Critics Wonder Whether Pennies Make Sense Anymore
Retail Shoppers Want Theatrical Experiences That Delight And Excite
As Britain's Coal Industry Loses Its Glow, Miners Feel Betrayed
This Thanksgiving, Indulge In A Buffet Of Musical Casseroles
Hollande To Ask Putin To Join Grand Coalition Against ISIS
Many Health Co-Ops Fold, Others Survive Startup Struggles
Capitol Hill Lawmakers Find Living At The Office Makes Sense, Saves Cents
California Puts Dungeness Crab Season On Hold Indefinitely
Syrian Refugee Helps Feed Germany's Homeless
Kerry Offers No Clear Way To End Recent Surge Of Palestinian Attacks
Pope Francis' Emphasis On Poverty Revives The 'Pact of The Catacombs'
Sports Fans Spend Thanksgiving The Traditional Way: Watching Football
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