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Why the Fed is so tough to call
Markets have zigzagged their way through the year so far, spooked first by fears the U.S. Federal Reserve would tighten too much, then assuaged by predictions it wouldn't move rates at all.
'Bike Batman': the crusading, Craigslist-scouring superhero Seattle so badly needs
In the spring of last year, one of Seattle's many bike thieves arrived at a meeting place, expecting a payout. A few days earlier, the thief had listed the bike for sale on Craigslist. A local man had said he was interested.
Trump's Path Stays Clearest; Clinton's, Perhaps More So (EXIT POLL)
This much came clear in the March 15 presidential primaries: Many voters like Donald Trump, while many others don't. John Kasich is popular in his home state, while Marco Rubio isn't. Strong conservatives support Ted Cruz.
Someone dressed a horse in a designer tweed suit — so we asked Tim Gunn to
Gunn is a former faculty member at Parsons the New School for Design in New York, and so he threw in some fashion education. Suit tailoring was born in the United Kingdom and popularized in contemporary times by 19th-century fashion arbiter Beau ...
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Granted, angst is universal, and @SoSadToday's appeal straddles age brackets. While younger fans can certainly identify with its reckless longing (i.e.

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