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'Super-Sizing' Natural Gas Output

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Applying newer fracking techniques to a prolific natural-gas region that straddles Louisiana and Texas could give the U.S. more—and much cheaper—supplies of the fuel for many years.

McDonald's Plans All-Day Breakfast

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McDonald’s is embarking on its biggest operational change in years with plans to offer breakfast all day.

Amgen Finds Data Falsified in Grizzly Bear Study

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A scientific paper that had captured widespread attention because its subjects were massive grizzly bears has been retracted after one of the authors was said to have manipulated some of the data.

SpaceX Reviewing Quality Control Before Renewing Launches

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Space Exploration Technologies Corp. is conducting a review of quality-control issues affecting its suppliers before the anticipated resumption of Falcon 9 rocket launches late this fall, according to company officials.

Conglomerate Honeywell Finds Love Amid the Breakups

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Investors have rewarded Honeywell, even as other conglomerates have been pressured to tighten their focus.

Where Do the Indian and Atlantic Oceans Meet?

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In South Africa, many say the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet at Cape Point, but lesser-known Cape Agulhas, about 150 miles away, wants to turn the tide.

U.S. Report Sees Economic Benefit in Allowing Oil Exports

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Lifting the nation’s four-decade ban on oil exports wouldn’t raise gas prices and could help lower them, a government study concludes.

U.S. Auto-Sales Pace Accelerates

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Auto makers overcame a holiday shift to post a strong, 17.8 million annualized pace in August, underscoring the continuing strength of the U.S. new car market.

Dealing With 'Daddy Track': Men Face Challenges Going Part Time

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As women make strides in the workplace and men shoulder more caregiving duties at home, few fathers have workplace flexibility figured out.

Behind-the-Scenes Drama Takes Toll on 'The View'

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In the hopes of restoring goodwill with its audience, this season ‘The View’ is bringing back popular original panelist Joy Behar, who left in 2013. Sherri Shepherd, who spent six years on the show, will also pop up as an occasional contributor.

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