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This California Raisin Grower Just Got His Day In The Sun

The Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of a group of California raisin growers who objected to being forced to participate in a crop set-aside program.
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Greek Proposals Raise Hope Of Deal On Bailout

A Greek proposal could pave the way for another installment of a multibillion-dollar bailout. The move could stave off a Greek default on its debt and prevent the country from exiting the eurozone.
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Sans Artificial: General Mills Scrambles To Reformulate Lucky Charms

The company has pledged to ditch artificial colorings and flavorings from all of its cereals by the end of 2016. But those iconic rainbow-colored marshmallow charms might take longer to revamp.
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Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia To Be Bought By Sequential

Sequential Brands will pay $353 million in cash and stock for the company. Stewart will remain the chief creative officer in the deal.
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Husbands And Wives: Who Works, Who Doesn't?

How couples share the burden of work — over time, and across incomes.
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Summit To Concentrate On Greece's Impending Deadline To Repay IMF Loan

Eurozone leaders are to meet in Brussels on Monday in a hastily called summit aimed at resolving the Greek debt crisis. Greece has until the end of the month to make a huge debt payment to the IMF.
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After Waterway Closure, Minneapolis Sees An End To River Shipping

For the first time ever, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has closed part of a navigable waterway to stem the migration of an invasive species.
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When The Local Paper Closes, Where Does The Community Turn?

Two Maryland papers shut down this week, leaving community members wondering where they should go to find local news. Some residents have turned to Facebook, but they say the papers leave a void.

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Residents Fight To Block Fracked Gas In New York's Finger Lakes

New York state has banned fracking, but it is considering a plan to allow fracked gas to be stored under Seneca Lake — which isn't sitting well with residents of the state's Finger Lakes region.
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Tobacco Is Smokin' Again In Zimbabwe

Tobacco production took a nosedive after the economy collapsed and the government seized white-owned farms. A decade later, the industry is booming once more.

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