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How Many Lives Does 'One Life To Live' Have?

Fans of the soap opera One Life to Live are worried their beloved show is going away for good. It left network TV last year for the Internet. A legal dispute has shut down production all together, and it might not restart.
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Sky's The Limit For Limited Edition Pokemon Card

More than 400 people have bid on a rare Pokemon card on eBay with a "buy it now" price of $100,000. The limited edition card is one of six in circulation. It was originally created as a prize for those who won a Pokemon Card Game Illustration contest.
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Baltimore Officials Want To Unplug Phones-For-Cash Kiosks

The machines allow people to turn their old cellphones and other electronic devices into instant cash. But these ecoATMs could be banned in Baltimore, where at least one lawmaker believes the machines are a magnet for electronics thieves.
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Chobani Issues All-Clear After Yogurt Recall

After concerns over its product led the Chobani Greek yogurt company to issue a voluntary recall of some packages earlier this week, the food maker now says the mold that was identified as the culprit is not dangerous.
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The Future Of Sports Journalism

Kojo sits down with veteran sports journalist Dave McKenna and former Washington Post sports editor George Solomon to explore the future of the sports journalism business.

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Tech Week That Was: Encryption Disrupted; Anonymity Online

In a busy week to start September, Microsoft buys Nokia, another set of revelations comes out about government monitoring and Jeff Bezos goes to Washington.
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State Health Care Marketplaces: Who Will Buy And Why

In three weeks, uninsured Americans will be able to get coverage through state health care exchanges. Guest host Tom Gjelten and his guests discuss who will buy and why.

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Five Years After Wall Street Collapsed, What's Changed?

September 2008 was one of the most shocking months in Wall Street's history. Lehman Brothers, AIG, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac all fell from grace, and the stock market fell off a cliff. Five years later, host Michel Martin talks to Michael Fletcher of the Washington Post about whether anything has changed.
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Antitrust Monitor Ordered For Apple Over E-Book Price Fixing

The order, issued two months after Apple was found to be price-fixing, would force the company to submit to oversight for a period of two years.
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Jobless Rate Ticks Down To 7.3 Percent; 169,000 Jobs Added

The news is close to, but a bit less strong, than what economists had been expecting. Within the report, though, was a troubling revision: It's now estimated that just 104,000 jobs were added to payrolls in July, not the 162,000 previously thought.

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