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3:50am

Thu September 27, 2012
Politics

How Early Voting Changes The Way People Vote

Originally published on Thu September 27, 2012 5:22 am

Those who have made up their minds, both Democrats and Republicans, take advantage of early voting. Paul Gronke, a Political Science professor at Reed College, talks to David Greene about who votes early, and how early voting has changed the way people go to the polls. Gronke is Director of the Early Voting Information Center.

3:50am

Thu September 27, 2012
Business

Business News

Originally published on Thu September 27, 2012 5:44 am

Kareem Serageldin is accused of hiding mortgage security losses during the financial crisis. He faces extradition to the U.S. A former senior trader for Credit Suisse, Serageldin is the highest level Wall Street executive to be charged in a case related to the 2008 financial meltdown.

3:50am

Thu September 27, 2012
World

Clinton: Al-Qaida May Be Linked To Libya Attack

Originally published on Thu September 27, 2012 4:24 am

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has suggested a connection between al-Qaida in North Africa and the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. She did not give any further details on what role the al-Qaida affiliate may have played in the attack

2:40am

Thu September 27, 2012
Business

In Solyndra's Wake, Solar Company Sees Bright Spot

Originally published on Thu September 27, 2012 8:59 am

SoloPower is betting it will succeed where others have failed with a $197 million loan from the Department of Energy.
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A small solar power company hopes to become a winner in a market littered with losers.

San Jose, Calif.-based SoloPower is opening a $60 million manufacturing facility in Portland, Ore., Thursday as it works toward receiving a major government loan — like the one given to now-bankrupt Solyndra. SoloPower thinks it has a strategy to succeed where Solyndra failed.

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2:39am

Thu September 27, 2012
The Salt

New Anti-Obesity Ads Blaming Overweight Parents Spark Criticism

Originally published on Thu September 27, 2012 3:50 am

A controversial ad by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota shows an overweight shopper and her daughter buying junk food.
courtesy Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota

This week, a new anti-obesity media campaign launched in Minnesota has been getting a lot of attention, and not necessarily the good kind.

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