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If you're an industry with a true foothold in Washington—a "Big" lobby, in other words—you've got to have a "revolving door."
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On the Road Again: RV Sales Picking Up Speed
After bottoming out in the spring of 2009, RV sales have improved along with the economy.
Stocks Slump Again on Jobs, Argentina Concern
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Obama: Longest Streak of Private Job Creation in US History
President Obama touts the US economy's bounce back from the recession.
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A new survey of nearly 3,000 adults reveals that nearly three out of five admit to having at least one intimate encounter in a vehicle.
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Gen Y Getting Into the Driver's Seat
Millennials would prefer to text rather than drive, recent studies suggest, but they’re apparently beginning to buy cars in increasing numbers.
Night at the Museum: Adults-Only Sleepovers Offered
The American Museum of Natural History is expanding its popular program all-night program.
Beef Shortage Blamed For Job Cuts In Wisconsin
A beef shortage is being blamed for a job shut down at Cargill meat processing plant. WTMJ's Katie Crowther reports.
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New Car Sales Accelerated Last Month
New cars are selling like hotcakes right now, with The Big Three Detroit automakers leading the way, thanks to an improving economy and ample financing.
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