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Nissan’s June sales for its electric car Leaf slightly dipped in June, but Nissan is still up 5.5 percent since June 2013. Tesla Motors didn’t report monthly sales for the Tesla Motors Model S electric car, but it is estimated that Tesla Motors sold ab…

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Retirees who begin collecting Social Security before their full retirement age can take a significant cut to their benefits — but there may be a way to "reset" that process and ease those reductions.

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A Pew survey of 1,000 Americans asked to predict the future showed a lot of optimism but also considerable skepticism about where technology may be leading us.

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Gwen Stefani is reportedly joining ‘The Voice’ as a coach, replacing Christina Aguilera. The two new Season 7 coaches are Pharell Williams and Gwen Stefani.

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In a case closely watched by civil rights activists, an Iowa judge will soon decide whether to grant thousands of black employees and job applicants monetary damages for hiring practices used by Iowa state government that they say have disadvantaged them.

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An abrupt suspension in his Colbert Report's production schedule sparked rumors online Thursday, after Comedy Central said it would air reruns for three days this week.

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With six awards, Adele has matched Beyonce for most Grammy wins in a night by a female act. Adele's six wins Sunday night include album, record and song of the year. Adele's "21" was 2011's best-selling album. It's sold m…

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Conservatives said Sunday the flap surrounding President Barack Obama's birth control mandate was far from over, with Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell saying he'll push to overturn the requirement because it was another example of gov…

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Al-Qaida's decision to formally extend its terror franchise to what once was a nationalist movement in Somalia may only be a desperate joining of hands to prop up two militant groups that are both losing popular support and facing increasingly dea…

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Whitney Houston, who ruled as pop music's queen until her majestic voice and regal image were ravaged by drug use, erratic behavior and a tumultuous marriage to singer Bobby Brown, has died. She was 48. The cause of her death is unknown.

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A new ethics investigation of the House Financial Services Committee chairman's investment activities during the events leading up to and surrounding Congress' $700 billion bailout of Wall Street sets back lawmakers' election-year effort…

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Minnesota health plans and religious groups are taking a wait-and-see approach after the Obama administration announced a compromise aimed at stemming the backlash to a controversial health policy.

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Eight South Korean lawmakers made a high-profile visit Friday to a modern factory park that sits just across the world's most heavily armed border and represents the last major cooperative initiative between the two rival Koreas.

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A new report releases statistics on physical, emotional and verbal abuse in teen dating, and issues recommendations for preventing violence.

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Minnesota Budget Project: “Past experience has shown that the inability to raise taxes at the state level in Minnesota leads to more pressure on tuition, fees and property taxes.”

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Minnesota Power, the utility serving the Arrowhead region, is proposing a new transmission line from Winnipeg to the Iron Range to bring additional hydropower to northern Minnesota.

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In a climate where it's tough to get a small business loan from a bank, microloan programs have stepped in to provide start-up capital.

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