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Ana Temu of Colorado Latinos Rise, a progressive political action committee, says her campaign polled over 17,000 Latino voters this year about issues that matter to them. Meredith Turk/Colorado Public Radio hide caption

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Poll: Cost Of Child Care Causes Financial Stress For Many Families

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AT&T wants to buy Time Warner for $85.4 billion, highlighting that the two giants don't compete. But the scope of the deal is already drawing criticism from lawmakers and presidential candidates. Michael Nagle/Bloomberg/Getty Images hide caption

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A Buick Avista concept car is exhibited in Beijing in April. Buick, which sells a large percentage of its cars in China, is No. 3 in Consumer Reports' latest reliability rankings. Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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You can check HealthCare.gov for health insurance options and prices. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Rates Up 22 Percent For Obamacare Plans, But Subsidies Rise, Too

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Small Business Owners Face Pressures Of Minimum Wage Bumps In Big Cities

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Inside the Ord Community Commissary in California's Monterey Bay area. The commissary sets prices at just over cost, so that commissaries around the world maintain consistent pricing no matter where troops are stationed. Krista Almanzan/KAZU hide caption

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With More Big-Box Stores In Reach, Are Commissaries Still Needed?

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Self-Checkout Could Soon Be Checking Out

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People line up to purchase items at the "Black Thursday" sale at the Toys 'R Us store in Times Square on Nov. 22, 2012, in New York City. The store got a head start on the traditional Black Friday sales by opening their doors at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving night. Andrew Kelly/Getty Images hide caption

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Workers wash a window at a Samsung shop in Seoul, South Korea, on Wednesday as the corporation works out how to clean up its sullied reputation. Ahn Young-joon/AP hide caption

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