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Hackers Appear To Post Customer Data Of Affair-Enabling Website

Security analysts say the huge data dump may include the account details of more than 30 million users of AshleyMadison.com and its companion site EstablishedMen.com
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Family Farms Turn To Pizza For Fast Cash And Customers

Small farmers have been struggling for years with low commodity prices and rising production costs. But throughout the Midwest, a new farm-to-table strategy is giving a boost to some farmers.
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Double Disasters Leave An Alabama Fishing Village Struggling

Ten years ago Hurricane Katrina devastated Bayou la Batre on the Alabama Gulf Coast. Five years later came the BP oil spill. The hardscrabble fishing hamlet has never recovered.
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EPA Rules Aspire To Slash Oil Industry Methane Emissions

The Obama administration proposes to cut methane emissions from oil and gas production by nearly half over the next decades. The rules won't be finalized until shortly before Obama leaves office.
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China's Government Tries To Stabilize Its Financial Markets

David Greene talks to Simon Rabinovitch, the Asia economics editor, for The Economist about China's slowing economy, the global impact and what the government is trying to do.
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FDA Approves First Drug To Improve Libido For Women

For the first time, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has signed off on a prescription drug intended to increase sexual desire in women. The nickname for the daily pill is "pink Viagra."
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Bizarre Workplace Policies? Our Listeners Experienced Them

A New York Times article characterized Amazon as a harsh and punishing place to work. That got Morning Edition wondering about the most unusual workplace policies its listeners have experienced.
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Disney To Build 'Star Wars' Theme Lands At Parks In Florida And California

Coming to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., and Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif.: an immersive Star Wars land that will be one of Disney's biggest and most expensive theme-park projects.
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'GMO-Free' Is A Boon For Companies Chasing 'Health Halo' Profits

Researchers say GMO-free has become a proxy for what consumers really want: less processed, natural food. And advocates says there's already a name for food that's GMO-free: "organic."
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Germany's Big Port Eager For U.S.-EU Trade Deal, But Some Are Skeptical

In Hamburg, home to one of Europe's busiest ports, support for trade is fervent. But many Germans have their doubts about a proposed trans-Atlantic agreement that is expected next year.

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