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Lobster Glut, Low Prices Leave Boats High And Dry

The glut of lobsters is good news for consumers and food retailers, but lobster catchers are finding it hard to make a living. Prices are plummeting, and the lobstermen are staying away from their traps to save extra expenses.
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Government Filings Dispute Romney's Time At Bain

Mitt Romney and his campaign have deflected outsourcing charges by explaining that he had left Bain Capital before many of those decisions were made. But filings by the SEC and the state of Massachusetts show that Bain reported Romney as its CEO through 2002. He says he left the position in 1999.
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Sandusky's Scandal Still Rocking Penn State

Melissa Block talks to Penn State associate dean Marie Hardin about how the school's campus culture has changed as a result of the Sandusky trial and the university investigation.
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Setting Sun Casts 'Manhattanhenge' Shadows In NYC

Twice a year, the setting sun aligns perfectly with the street grid of Manhattan. It simultaneously illuminates both the north and south sides of every cross street and makes New York City a mecca for photographers from all over the world.
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Turning Trash Into Cash To Help Nation's Poor

A nonprofit that helps low-income families in Eugene, Ore., recycles mattresses to help bring in money. Its funding model is inspiring other nonprofits to start salvaging junk to support services for the poor.

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