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GE Struggles To Show It Still Has Magic Touch

General Electric has had a steep fall from grace this year. Its stock has dropped and it's halving its dividend. Now GE watchers are wondering if the new CEO can pull off a dramatic turnaround.

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Several Trump Properties Suffer Financially (But Not Ones He Visits Often)

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Star of Wonder Sufjan Stevens
Winter Solstice Sufjan Stevens
Silverlight
Pizzicato Happiness
More More More Alexander Brown

Film actress Hedy Lamarr, pictured here around 1955, was both a major star on screen and an inventor by night. Keystone/Getty Images hide caption

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In 'Bombshell,' The Double Identity Of Hollywood Star Hedy Lamarr

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An der schönen blauen Donau, Op. 314 Johann Strauss II, Wiener Philharmoniker, Karl Bohn
Treasure Waltz, Op.418 Johann Strauss II, Philadelphia Orchestra

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When Black Women's Stories Of Sexual Abuse Are Excluded From The National Narrative

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Warm Steel General Fuzz
Sunrise 79 Joey Fehrenbach

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GE Struggles To Show It Still Has Magic Touch

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Weekday Escape Moonlit Sailor
The Horizon Dawn, Dawn, Dawn
Elisa's Theme Alexandre Desplat

Theresa Sahhar, from Olathe, Kan., works in sales part time. But to afford the education she wants for her son, she'll sell her chickens' eggs or, as a beekeeper, sell honey at farmers' markets. Courtesy of Theresa Sahhar hide caption

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What Living On $100,000 A Year Looks Like

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Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy Lindsey Stirling
The Nutcracker, Op. 71: XIII, Waltz of the Flowers Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa