Sep 13, 2011

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Poverty numbers climb

Sep 13, 2011
New census numbers say record number of Americans live below the poverty line.

Refugees in France stuck in limbo

Sep 13, 2011
The Arab Spring unleashed a tidal wave of migration in the Middle East. Most of them -- some 15,000 -- wound up in France. So what happened to them?

Targets swings high and lo

Sep 13, 2011
Designer meets deep discounts in a strategic double play.

New medical codes offer more detail

Sep 13, 2011
Walked into a lamppost? Yeah, there's a medical code for that. The Wall Street Journal's Anna Mathews discusses why the medical coding system is getting a makeover.

President's jobs package has a flipside

Sep 13, 2011
Extending payroll tax cuts and other proposals in the jobs package might sound good in the short-term. But there are some long-term implications.

Increasing gas mileage by 'hypermiling'

Sep 13, 2011
Test-driving "hypermiling," a way of increasing gas mileage by using specific techniques in driving. It could help ease the burden at the pump.

Europe's economic crisis has deep roots

Sep 13, 2011
The Obama administration is increasingly concerned about the debt crisis in the eurozone. But some of its roots stem from American shores.

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Red And Purple The Dodos
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