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America’s national parks are shaking off winter’s chill and welcoming visitors with warmer temperatures, fields of wildflowers and few crowds.
Uber and Lyft Price Wars Could Take Their Toll
Uber announced a new fee while Lyft cut rates across the country. How will this affect the burgeoning ride-sharing market?
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When Is It Cheapest to Fill 'Er Up?
Martha C. White
Finding the cheapest gas anywhere can be a moving target, but you'll have a better chance on these days of the week.
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Next on the Docket: GM Airbag Maker Gets Sued
A lawsuit in California is the first to name Continental in a growing wave of litigation over GM's recall.
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Get to Know 'the Hottest Thing in Tech'
Are you familiar with Alibaba? If not, odds are you will be the coming weeks.
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Did Your Phone Get Stolen? You're Likely Not Alone
Smartphone thefts rarely make national news anymore. But the crime spree seems to have gotten worse.
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N.Y. Auto Show Gets Pumped Up with Brawny Cars
Paul A. Eisenstein
While there are a number of new, fuel-efficient products on display, muscle cars have muscled their way to dominance at the show.
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State Secret Revealed: Toxins Taint China's Farms
The report adds to widespread doubts about the safety of China's farm produce.
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Will Horseless Buggy Make It in Central Park?
Before the cars could make their way to the streets around Central Park, legislation banning carriage horses would have to be passed.
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