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European Markets Surge on Greek Deal Hopes
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Hopes that a deal between Greece and its creditors could be cobbled together sent stock markets across Europe sharply higher on Wednesday.
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These Are America's Favorite Restaurants
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Stocks Dealt Worst Day of Year Amid Greek Crisis
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Global Stocks Plunge As Greek Crisis Rocks Markets
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Debt by Degree: Why Is College So Expensive?
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The ongoing rise in costs have stretched families' capacity to pay for college to nearly the breaking point.
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'Doctor Shopping' Helped Spread MERS, WHO Says
The common practice of going from hospital to hospital seeking care has helped spread MERS in South Korea, the World Health Organization said Tuesday.
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NASA Reveals Plans for First Interplanetary CubeSats
NASA says its next landing on Mars will be monitored next year by the first CubeSats to be sent into deep space.
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McDonald's Hires Former Obama Press Secretary
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McDonald's has named former Obama press secretary Robert Gibbs global chief communications officer as the company looks to improve its image.
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U.S. Adds 280,000 Jobs in May, More Than Expected
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Will FDA Approve Controversial 'Female Viagra'?
Expert government advisers are taking a close look at a "little pink pill" that promises to restore sexual desire to women who have lost it.
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Schools Close in Korea Amid MERS Outbreak
Hundreds of schools were preparing to close on Thursday because of fears over the MERS virus.
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Survey: Internet, Cable Companies Disappoint Consumers
Internet service providers, cable and wireless telecom companies continue to disappoint their customers, according to a new survey.
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As Minimum Wages Rise, Some Say Too Little, Too Late
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In San Francisco, where the first wage hike towards a $15 minimum kicked in last month, the working poor still struggle to make ends meet.
Americans Are Getting Even Fatter, Survey Finds
Americans have become even fatter than before, a new survey finds, with nearly 28 percent saying they are clinically obese.
How to Navigate the Retirement 'Danger Zone'
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Veterans Sue Over Segregated War Memorial
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Five South Carolina veterans have sued the state over a war memorial in the town of Greenwood that segregates many of their honored dead by race.
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LightSail Mission Shines Global Spotlight on Solar Sails
The LightSail mission is one small step for a science-fictionish technology called solar sailing, but it's a giant leap for the Planetary Society.
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Bike Paths and Parks: America's Fittest City Is...
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Meet the Press Transcript - May 10, 2015
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Michael Leiter, Carly Fiorina, Prime Minister Erna Solberg, Cathy Engelbert, Maria Shriver, Kishanna Brown, Jon Ralston
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