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Crazy Or Canny? Talk Grows About $1 Trillion Platinum Coin

In theory, some say, President Obama could have a $1 trillion coin made and that would head off the next big battle over the federal government's debt ceiling.
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Wanted: Water Slide Tester

Are you comfortable in swimwear? Happy to get wet at work? And mad about waterparks? Then this job is for you.
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China Investigates Foxconn For Bribery Allegations

Taiwan technology giant Foxconn said it is under investigation by Chinese authorities. It is also conducting its own probe into allegations that some of its managers had solicited bribes from suppliers.
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Study: Music Affects Driver Safety

A new study finds that the music you listen to can affect how safely you drive. Researchers at London Metropolitan University studied how drivers reacted to different playlists over 500 miles. Some of the "safest" music included tunes by Norah Jones and Elton John.
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Obama To Nominate Jack Lew As Head Of Treasury

President Obama will nominate his Chief of Staff Jack Lew to be the next Treasury Secretary. Lew is a budget expert who could hit the ground running as the treasury tries to cope with a looming debt ceiling, automatic spending cuts and the ongoing push for long-term deficit reduction.
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Latest TV Technoloy: Ultra-High Definition TV.

Television manufacturers have come up with what they hope is the next big thing that will lure people into buying new TVs. Steve Inskeep talks to Bloomberg News technology commentator Rich Jaroslovsky about what TV makers are showing off at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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