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Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke says the economy is expanding at a moderate rate, and that risks to recovery have diminished. But experts disagree about how optimistic we should be.
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How was the Obama campaign able to beat Mitt Romney in 2012? Journalist Jonathan Alter says it was, in part, by out-geeking Romney's campaign.
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Amaranth was once as common in Mexican food as corn and beans. But when the Spanish arrived, they banned it. Now, efforts to bring back amaranth tout its resistance to drought, heat and pests.
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