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Photo of the day: Someone at Boeing is truly inspired.
The latest on Apple's legal battle in China over the iPad name.
A mysterious foam is leading to death, disaster and a giant porcine mess.
If the 2012 election pivots on the economy, then things are looking up for President Obama.
Why is Stephen Harper so interested in seal penis?
A $1.6 billion lawsuit reportedly claims Apple can't use the name iPad in China.
Chrysler scores with its stirring call for unity. Go Detroit.
"All I can say is wow," one economist gushes about today's US unemployment report. Reaction from Washington to Wall Street.
A state-by-state look at unemployment, and under-employment.
What happens when the private equity industry goes through the Daily Show satire machine? Very funny things.
The GOP frontrunner is no Obama, at least when it comes to music.
Viral marketing campaigns keep getting smarter.
Maybe President Barack Obama should stop talking about green energy companies. Immediately.
The Federal Reserve does its part to help the US economy. Again.
Swing voters liked the economic fairness message, anyway.
No, social media strategies don't always work. McDonald's learns a painful lesson.
The president asks his supporters to stay together. In a very musical way.
The US is leading its peer countries in cutting total debt. Here's why that matters.
How many people work in the world's oldest profession around the world? The number may shock you.
The Atlantic compares social media to how photography changed us, and the world.