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Western town-Rye-founded in 1660, weighs myriad of options to dissolve Itself

The personal computer is in crisis, and getting little help from Microsoft Corp.'s Windows 8 software

Proposed route of the No. 7 train extension from Queens to Secaucus, New Jersey

Due to measures like state price controls, the production of key crops has been falling in Venezuela

Euro-zone countries have been taking on significant debt since the start of the global financial crisis

Shifting balance: How the composition of U.S. federal spending has changed since the 1960s

Latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll results on Obama job approval, immigration, gun control

Three approaches: U.S. budget plans show competing philosophies #infographic

Facebook gathers all sorts of data from its users, including information outside its website

Fed Reserve's stimulus measures and an influx of retail investors are pushing stocks to new highs

Quarterly supply of empty, buildable lots hit a 6 1/2-year low at end of 2012

Elmos! Cookie Monsters! Silver Man! Oh my! No, it's not Halloween.... Just a regular day around Times Square

Bipartisan Senate immigration bill would link granting green cards to stopping 90% of llegal border crossings

Delays in the Senate have so far put a brake on President Obama's federal judiciary nominations.

Colleges across the U.S. are vying to get admitted students to sign on the dotted line and actually enroll

Pipeline companies are exploring new lines to get Canadian crude to market. Map of North American pipelines:

U.S. imports of crude oil has fallen as new extraction techniques have squeezed a bounty of new oil

On a Saturday night, there were 8 Elmos, 5 Marios, 3 Cookie Monsters walking around in Times Square

As the number of US banks has dropped, deposits have grown, leaving larger players with a bigger share of market.

Aluminum is piling up and supply of the metal exceeds demand, yet some investors say prices are due to rise.