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Near Icy Waters, Marine Life Gets By Swimmingly

Almost two miles deep into the dark water off the coast of Antarctica, researchers say they’ve discovered about two dozen […]

‘Pity The Billionaire’: The Right’s Unlikely Comeback

How did the economic collapse of 2008 and 2009 give birth to a conservative populist revolt? That’s the question Thomas […]

Why Overpriced Japanese Sushi Is Bad For Bluefin Stocks

Each January, the first bluefin tuna auction at Toyko’s Tsukiji fish market commands some of the highest prices of the […]

A Digital Death? Why Kodak Stopped Clicking

The end could soon be near for Kodak, and the iconic film manufacturer may have itself to blame. Kodak, based […]

How Rick Santorum’s ‘Google Problem’ Has Endured

Rick Santorum has been working hard this week to capitalize on his strong showing in the Iowa caucuses, trying to […]

SuperPACs, Candidates: Dancing Solo Or Together?

This is the season of the presidential superPACs: They flooded Iowa with attack ads, and now they are looking ahead […]

On The GOP Trail, The Serendipity Of A Lost Wallet

It’s Jan. 1. I’m en route to Iowa to cover the caucuses. I’m a novice reporter and NPR editors trusted […]

No Surgery Required For Some Stabbing, Shooting Patients

When it comes to a gunshot or stab wound in the stomach, surgeons will almost reflexively open up a patient’s […]

Not Officially Republicans, ‘Undeclared’ Voters Could Sway N.H. Race

In Tuesday’s primary, many of those showing up to vote will not be registered as Republicans. In New Hampshire, voters […]

To Climb In U.S., Volkswagen Gets Less German

Last year was a very good year for the German automaker Volkswagen, but 2012 could be even better. Sales for […]

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