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Money that immigrants sent to families in Latin America rose less than 1% in 2012 amid a tepid U.S. economy

Pennsylvania's townships are receiving a stream of money from the 2012 'impact fee' law for natural-gas wells

U.S. companies missed revenue forecasts, hurt by Europe's malaise, a stronger dollar and sluggish consumer spending

Americans leaving the labor force has more to do with retiring baby boomers than frustrated job seekers

Beach buildings that will replace those wrecked by superstorm Sandy make their way to Coney Island from the factory

2010 share of illegal immigrant population by U.S. state, congressional district; views on immigration by party

U.S. economic growth stays soft. Quarterly change at an annualized rate in GDP, adjusted for inflation

More traders and investors are using complex computer programs to scan news and make instant buy or sell decisions

Swollen rivers in the Midwest are flooding streets and farmers' fields. Flood stages as of Wednesday afternoon:

Research In Motion is pinning its hopes partly on the debut this week of the BlackBerry Q10

A changing of the guard is putting a new generation on Coca-Cola's board

Unemployment and debt-to-GDP ratios among euro zone nations

Apple's year-over-year quarterly profit fell for the first time in a decade, but iPhone demand remained strong

Senate immigration bill calls for increased prosecution of illegal crossers in Arizona

The Senate immigration bill introduced last week calls for increased prosecution of illegal crossers in Arizona

A hoax on Twitter briefly erased $200 billion of value from U.S. stock markets on Tuesday

Apple is grappling with jittery investors and a recent stock-price plunge as Wall Street wonders how to value it

Map of recent attacks by Islamist rebels in Nigeria

A U.S. district court criminal complaint sites surveillance-camera evidence to make case against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

Projected impact on taxpayers in 2015 from the White House's proposed budget plan