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Do you see the deer? A Honda Accord four-door with halogen lights (left) was found to have "acceptable" lights, while the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, also with halogen, was given a "poor" rating, based in part on how well each car lit objects on a straight section of road. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety hide caption

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Shoppers sort through yellow plums at the Union Square Park greenmarket in New York City. A study of retailers in Manhattan finds that organic foods are much more common in affluent neighborhoods. Andy Katz/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Harvoni can cure hepatitis C, but the drug costs a fortune. Are loans to patients the answer? Lloyd Fox/Baltimore Sun/TNS via Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service 1040 Individual Income Tax forms for the 2015 tax year. Michael Nagle/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Episode 692: The Secret Life Of Line 24

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Forget Generation Rent: More Younger Americans Aim To Buy

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People walk away from Brussels airport after Tuesday's terrorist attack. Analysts say the violence may reduce travel for a while but the industry should bounce back. Geert Vanden Wijngaert/AP hide caption

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Mercy, a San Francisco-­based nonprofit, provides subsidized affordable housing for low-income residents, including 25 apartments reserved for 18- to 24-­year-­olds. Shawn Wen/Youth Radio hide caption

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In San Francisco, An Affordable Housing Solution That Helps Millennials

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Want To Escape The Cubicle? Here's How To Be Your Own Boss

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Medical Debt Rains Pain On Families, Even In the Sunshine State

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An employee prepares to install the hood on a vehicle at a General Motors plant in Arlington, Texas. Federal Reserve policymakers say recent indicators point to a strengthening labor market. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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