Auto Dealers Near Financial Reform Exemption

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Congress Close to Agreement Excluding Dealers from Oversight of Consumer Protection Bureau
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New Home Sales Plunge 33% as Tax Credits Expire

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May Sales Sink to Record Low as Potential Homebuyers Can No Longer Get Government Incentives
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Tough New Cigarette Rules Go Into Effect

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New Restrictions on Cigarette Labels and Sending Tobacco through the U.S. Postal Service
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Video: FDA to Regulate Cigarette Labels

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A tough new set of rules went into effect for smokers that change the way cigarettes are labeled and marketed. As Dean Reynolds reports, will new labels really make a difference?
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BP Shares Fall to Lowest Point in 13 Years

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Active Trading in Oil Giant Pulls Share Prices Down; Dow Loses 149 Points
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Defunct Gourmet Magazine Returns as an App

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New Application Aimed at Winning Back Print Readers, Business Model Still in Development
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Madoff's Ex-Finance Chief Released on $10M Bail

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Frank DiPascali Out on Bail 10 Months after Admitting his Role in Massive Fraud Scheme
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With Jobs Scarce, Rust Belt Cities Decline

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Census: Region Suffers Biggest Population Losses amid Still-Sluggish Economy; Cleveland Had Largest Decline in Residents
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$75 Million Mansion Comes with No Carpet, Walls

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\"Monument to Unparalleled Success\" is Largest Home for Sale in U.S., Construction Halted to Save Money
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Geithner: Banks Have Repaid 75% of Bailout

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Tells Oversight Panel Taxpayers Have Profited From TARP Outlays, But May Suffer Loss From AIG Rescue
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Gripe About Companies, Products: Free Web Sites

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Rebecca Jarvis Points You to Them
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Home Sales Dip 2.2% despite Tax Credits

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Drop in May Sales Suggests Boost from Federal Incentive Program Winds Down; Economists Expected Gain
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Video: Xbox Kinect Details

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Connecticut will spearhead an investigation of Google for Wi-Fi data collection, Best Buy has its own version of the Sony Dash, and what you\'ll need to know about saving up for Microsoft Kinect.
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U.K. Tightens Its Belts, Even the Queen's

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Sharpest Budget Cuts in Decades; Bank Levy, Capital Gains Tax Increase Aimed at Reducing Record Debt
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BP CEO's Stand-In Heckled at Oil Meeting

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Industry Execs Call U.S. Moratorium on Deepwater Drilling Unnecessary, Arbitrary
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Fired Tokyo Mazda Worker Runs Over Colleagues

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1 Killed in 2nd Auto Worker Rampage in Recent Years Tied to Growing Frustration Over Economic Gap in Japan
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Ask CBS News: What Stops Oil Flow on Other Rigs?

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CBS Evening News Correspondents Field Queries From Viewers on Gulf Disaster
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Progress in the Gulf or Drops in the Bucket?

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Day 63: Skimed or Burned, Fighting the Spewing Oil in the Gulf is a Relentless Battle
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Video: Key West 'Army' Prepares for Oil

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By: WINK Administrator

Now that the ongoing oil spill is threatening the Fla. coast, 4-thousand Key West residents volunteered to help if and when the oil reaches. Steve Hartman reports on tonight\'s \"Assignment America.\"
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Video: The Children of the Gulf

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As the Gulf oil spill continues, some children along the coast are worried they may have to say goodbye to the only way of life they\'ve ever known. Katie Couric reports on the children of the gulf.
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