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A woman was fined $220,000 yesterday in the first trial against illegal online music sharing. Lisa Napoli looks into whether the verdict will have an effect on future piracy.
China's contributions to some of Africa's least-democratic regimes has met criticism from the international peace community. Terry Fitzpatrick reports why the country's spending has hurt its reputation.
The words "product party" usually conjure up images of old ladies selling Tupperware. But Alex Goldmark discovered there were some out there that managed to be fun -- and profitable.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center is releasing its progress report on the level of privacy in countries around the world. Jeremy Hobson looks into lingering concerns about who's watching over shoulders in the U.S.
With profits waning across the board for album sales, musicians -- particularly the older ones -- know that the money is on the road. Doug Krizner talks to Variety managing editor Stuart Levine about the decades-old artists still touring.
The Labor Department reported that the unemployment rate ticked up last month to 4.7 percent, the highest rate in more than a year. But Amy Scott reports why economists still think this report is pretty good.
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