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Jeep Goes Small to Go Global
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The new, compact Jeep Renegade is part of an aggressive strategy to extend the brand's reach.
Fire Risk Brings Honda Odyssey Minivan Recall
Honda Motor Co is recalling nearly 900,000 Odyssey minivans that could catch fire, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said.
Downward-Facing Human? Yoga Has Gone to the Dogs
It sounds silly at first: yoga for dogs, but the people who take “doga” classes with their canine family members can’t stop raving about it.
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'Doubtin' Abbey': Monks, Nuns Fight Pipeline
Nuns and monks in Kentucky are leading voices in a fight against a proposed pipeline that would carry natural gas liquids through their state's sinkhole-strewn ground.
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Inspiration on the Rails: Amtrak Seeks Writers
In its first program of this kind, Amtrak will give up to 24 writers accommodations and a round-trip ticket on a long-distance train.
Ice Slab Crushes Car She Just Paid Off
You might expect Amanda Hubbard to be upset -- she had just finished paying off her car -- but she's grateful she wasn't inside it.
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Colleges Offer to Pay Students to Take a Gap Year
Some colleges are paying students to take a year off after high school to travel, volunteer or do internships.
GM Hid Ignition Defect in Recalled Cars, Lawsuit Says
The proposed class action, filed in federal court in Texas, said GM knew about the problem since 2004, but failed to fix it.
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Uber Expands Insurance for Rideshare Drivers
The move is a step toward easing regulators' and lawmakers' concerns and creating broader acceptance of the services.
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