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  1. Samsung planning 9-Series LED LCD TVs, replacing current A950 sets
  2. Toys 'R Us to stop selling drop side cribs
  3. Pricing: 2010 Lexus RX 450h
  4. Are the days numbered? Report says GM plans to close Pontiac
  5. By the Numbers: Home-improvement spending will decline in 2009, says JCHS
  6. Inside the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009
  7. Swine flu outbreak: What we know so far
  8. My afternoon at BJ?s
  9. Bailout Watch #9: Home security and company cars
  10. Prevent injuries, learn to use your EpiPen correctly
  11. AT&T's wireless netbooks come with strings
  12. Buzzword: Snackwell's effect
  13. Q&A: Is it safe to buy no-name aspirin at a dollar store?
  14. Earth Day tips: 7 ways to a greener computer
  15. Earth Day: Future panel says electric cars are inevitable
  16. More troubles for Chrysler
  17. Leasing Pros and Cons -- from Consumer Reports
  18. Recalls remained high in 2008, says Kids in Danger
  19. Four-score more: 84 stations go all-digital
  20. Toyota Highlander: Hard to choose a good replacement tire
  21. How hackers are scheming to get your bank PIN
  22. Car Financing -- from Consumer Reports
  23. Inside Consumer Reports Test Labs: How to keep laundry from getting lost
  24. Avoiding 99 cent store party favors
  25. Are some young vegetarians masking eating disorders?
  26. DTV dilemma: Do you need a converter box?
  27. Q&A: Am I better off buying a used car?
  28. Recession Spending -- from Consumer Reports
  29. Coming soon: Camcorders with features borrowed from cameras
  30. Too few women are screened for Chlamydia
  31. The Northeast prepares for plug-in-friendly infrastructure
  32. Macs aren't totally secure: a striking reminder
  33. This week in safety: A recall incentive
  34. On Twitter, CNN gets punk'd by Ashton Kutcher
  35. Narcotic medicine can be deadly after spinal-fusion surgery
  36. Global efforts under way to reduce black-carbon emissions
  37. Q&A: Blood testing for pesticides?
  38. DIY antennas: Build your own DTV antenna!
  39. By the Numbers: E-mail spam is a nuisance and an energy hog
  40. Olestra being considered as a paint additive
  41. Feeding Bo doesn?t need to break the Obama?s bank
  42. Faceboot! Apartment-trashing tenants evicted after party pix pop up on Facebook
  43. Sex spray for men not so 'revolutionary'
  44. Bailout Watch #6: American Express: No bonuses, just cash
  45. A last-minute tax move for young workers
  46. Hot summer for cool smart phones
  47. Lifesavers: Backing up your backup system
  48. 2009 New York Auto Show: Behind the wheel with Ford Active Park Assist
  49. By the Numbers: Housing Affordability Index hits record high. Should you dive in to t
  50. Avoid sound-alike drug errors?ask your doctor to spell it
  51. Coming soon: Camcorders in a wider range of resolutions
  52. Tax day's here: Some reminders
  53. Criticism prompts Time Warner to tweak metered broadband plans
  54. 2009 New York Auto Show: Will the Ford Transit Connect with families?
  55. New Nikon D5000 SLR with video and swiveling LCD
  56. Update your Windows Service Pack
  57. Buzzword: He-cession
  58. Bailout Watch #4: Change on the horizon?
  59. Q&A: My home is on a septic system. Is it OK to flush wet wipes I use in the bathroom
  60. Foodborne illness cases remain high
  61. Is your soda habit piling on the pounds?
  62. As bedbug problems mount nationwide, EPA to hold national bedbug summit
  63. AT&T offers $250,000 for tips on Friday's fiber punks
  64. Bailout Watch #4: Change on the horizon?
  65. Q&A: My home is on a septic system. Is it OK to flush wet wipes I use in the bathroom
  66. Foodborne illness cases remain high
  67. Save time and money with our quick, easy lawn-care tips: Part II
  68. Bailout Watch #3: Millions paid out for the 'grossest perk'
  69. From awful to earful: Choosing a good pair of headphones
  70. Walmart relaunches one of its biggest bargain brands
  71. By the Numbers: Pulte-Centex merger would result in the McMansion of home builders
  72. Save time and money with our quick, easy lawn-care tips: Part I
  73. Q&A: Are baby carrots treated with chlorine?
  74. By the Numbers: As population along the Atlantic coast has boomed, more Americans at
  75. 2009 New York Auto Show: Dogs need show cars, too
  76. Get A Grip handle comes up short in Consumer Reports tests
  77. Acer laptop claims 8-hour battery life
  78. 2009 New York Auto Show: Chrysler--Blast(s) from the Past
  79. Consumers not keen on "green" electronics, survey says
  80. 2009 New York Auto Show: Stories of Volkswagens Past
  81. 2009 New York Auto Show: Around the block in a Ford Fiesta
  82. 2009 New York Auto Show: Baffling Acura ZDX
  83. Amazon discounts top MP3s in UK, raises price in U.S.
  84. Blockbuster: We might go out of business
  85. Obama administration launches Act Against AIDS campaign
  86. Final Automotive X Prize entries announced
  87. Cyber-hackers have infiltrated U.S. electric grid
  88. Changing your cell plan? Do it by phone
  89. By the Numbers: Mortgage delinquencies on the rise, says Equifax
  90. 5 (more) Web sites for retirement planning
  91. iTunes varies prices; Amazon MP3s also changing prices?
  92. Are agrichemicals causing birth defects?
  93. Credit card practices deemed ?unsafe?
  94. Best ways to shoot panoramic photos
  95. Traffic deaths decline as more people are buckling up
  96. Broccoli sprouts: Potent anti-cancer potential
  97. Just In: Kia Soul
  98. By the Numbers: REOs and short sales continue to influence housing market
  99. New TomTom One 140, XL 340, and Go 740 Live GPS
  100. CTIA: Phones that clean up "apps clutter"
  101. Your clunker of an appliance could someday be worth cash
  102. CTIA: Phones that clean up "apps clutter"
  103. Your clunker of an appliance could someday be worth cash
  104. Samsung adds new soundbar systems, Blu-ray players
  105. By the Numbers: Wind power could supply U.S. electricity needs, says Interior Departm
  106. Housewife heave-hos housework-happy hubby
  107. This week in safety: What's in that basket?
  108. Ford?s road map for electric and electrified cars
  109. Q&A: What are ear-canal stones?
  110. Consumer Reports: Ratings of new laptops
  111. Chevrolet Volt pricing strategy--but not price
  112. Detroit's Troubles - from Consumer Reports
  113. Dirty dishes drive Washington residents in search of phosphate-free detergents
  114. Sony Cyber-shot DSC-G3: Has the wireless camera come of age?
  115. Tai Chi improves balance in stroke survivors
  116. Buzzwords: Fearclosure and Foreclobia
  117. Life without fossil fuels--Saudi oil minister warns of withdrawal symptoms
  118. Who Makes the Best Cars - from Consumer Reports
  119. CTIA: Samsung launches new Instinct s30
  120. How to spot a flood-damaged car
  121. April False: 6 medical myths debunked
  122. Conficker worm hasn't wreaked Net havoc. Yet.
  123. Pistachio nut recalls: Salmonella can be fatal to young children
  124. Mulch Tests: Rubber stacks up well against wood
  125. FDA to consumers: Stop eating pistachio nuts
  126. Study challenges ban on snacking during labor
  127. GM cutbacks, where would you find more?
  128. Internet crime up 33 percent
  129. Buzzword: Paycation
  130. Americans are eating too much salt
  131. Conficker worm: Imminent threat, or another Y2K?
  132. Smaller Toyota Prius hybrid on the way
  133. Shocking: Tesla unveils its Model S electric sedan
  134. Red meat linked to greater risk of death
  135. North Dakota floods underline need for insurance
  136. Q&A: Is Hydroxycut safe and effective?
  137. Tax tactic: Revisiting the IRA
  138. Auto loan delinquencies rise
  139. EPA finding could lead to carbon dioxide being treated as a pollutant
  140. The Best Cars Under $20 Grand - from Consumer Reports
  141. Tip of the Day: Smart moves when getting goods on Craigslist
  142. Malware gets more malicious, boots small country offline
  143. Head lice: What works best for detection
  144. Maggots: Much-maligned, but medically helpful
  145. Most hospitals still not using electronic health records, study shows
  146. Photo-sharing sites: No place to back-up your photos
  147. Maggots: Much-maligned, but medically helpful
  148. Malware gets more malicious, boots small country offline
  149. Head lice: What works best for detection
  150. Most hospitals still not using electronic health records, study shows
  151. Photo-sharing sites: No place to back-up your photos
  152. Malware gets more malicious, boots small country offline
  153. Head lice: What works best for detection
  154. Maggots: Much-maligned, but medically helpful
  155. Most hospitals still not using electronic health records, study shows
  156. Photo-sharing sites: No place to back-up your photos
  157. 13-inch Dell Inspiron laptop for the price of a netbook?
  158. Diabetes Alert Day: 8 ways to live longer
  159. Where to turn when debt gets too deep
  160. Deaths in Charlotte a reminder of the dangers of kitchen fires
  161. Problems with Chinese-made drywall include health issues
  162. Dos and don'ts: Avoid remodeling mistakes in your kitchen or bath
  163. Tip of the day: Soak up 10 minutes of sun for vitamin D
  164. DTV converter boxes: More rated, some scarce?at least for now
  165. The Top Picks for 2009 - from Consumer Reports
  166. Rollover poses real risks; IIHS announces new roof crush test
  167. Q&A: How can I get auto financing?
  168. How used cars are holding up
  169. Tip of the day: Get some sleep, prevent disease
  170. 3 ways to save money on high-end baby gear
  171. Minnesota bill would require manufacturers to set up paint-recycling program
  172. By the Numbers: Getting back to the garden at the White House
  173. Inside Consumer Reports Test Labs: Spring?s here, but we?re knee deep in summer alrea
  174. Hit by cybercrime? Tell us your story
  175. By the Numbers: How long will your appliances last? It depends
  176. Warning labels on glass cleaners are hard to see
  177. Prepaid cell phone service: A growing way to save money
  178. More weight-loss supplements added to FDA warning list
  179. Consumer Electronics and Tech news briefs
  180. 3000 steps in 30 minutes: How to get fit
  181. Q&A: Is it safe to buy meat when the "sell by" date is about to expire?
  182. Get free face-to-face tax help tomorrow
  183. User forums: Readers seek help with dealers and GPS
  184. Consumer Electronics and Tech news briefs
  185. 3000 steps in 30 minutes: How to get fit
  186. Q&A: Is it safe to buy meat when the "sell by" date is about to expire?
  187. Get free face-to-face tax help tomorrow
  188. User forums: Readers seek help with dealers and GPS
  189. Tip of the day: Be aware of risk factors for prostate cancer
  190. Economic slowdown eases traffic
  191. By the Numbers: In down economy, electricity thefts rise
  192. Digital Cameras -- an Update - from Consumer Reports
  193. Tip of the Day: How to fix a jammed garbage disposer
  194. Chevrolet Camaro--The muscle car still has it
  195. Car and truck recalls
  196. Prostate-cancer screening: New research, but still no easy answers
  197. Tip of the day: TV drug ads don't tell you everything
  198. Panasonic?s 2009 LCD HDTVs add 120Hz technology, iPod docks
  199. Glass topped tables and child injuries
  200. Tip of the day: Shopping tool for COOL
  201. News Briefs
  202. Getting the best drugs for less
  203. Consumer Reports Poll: 66% of Americans Blindsided by Cost of Drugs; Many Not Taking
  204. Glass topped tables and child injuries
  205. Tip of the day: Shopping tool for COOL
  206. News Briefs
  207. Getting the best drugs for less
  208. Consumer Reports Poll: 66% of Americans Blindsided by Cost of Drugs; Many Not Taking
  209. Tip of the day: 5 questions to ask before you test at home
  210. Why does diesel fuel cost so much?
  211. Study: Web sites market junk food to kids
  212. Buzzword: Big-Box Binge
  213. By the Numbers: Department of Energy doles out money to states for weatherization, en
  214. Changing your cell phone plan: Why, and what can go wrong
  215. By the Numbers: Shipments of all major appliances slumped in January '09
  216. Q&A: How do I determine the flood risk of a property I'm considering buying?
  217. Panasonic's plasma TV plans for 2009
  218. By the Numbers: 2008 Cost vs. Value Report results a (bad) sign of the times
  219. Tip of the Day: Fix common mower and tractor problems
  220. Keeping up with changing credit card terms
  221. Target?s awarding-winning customer dis-service
  222. Q&A: Ibuprofen risky for broken bones?
  223. How green is that gadget?
  224. By the Numbers: Wood pellets purloined in upstate New York
  225. Tip of the day: Watch portions, lower your BMI
  226. Can diesels save money and oil?
  227. Finasteride revisited: Does it lower prostate cancer risk?
  228. By the Numbers: More Americans to dig into food gardening in 2009
  229. Tip of the day: Pill splitting cuts costs, but check with your doctor first
  230. Greenpeace flushes toilet papers that don't meet its green criteria
  231. Pet Food - from Consumer Reports
  232. Tip of the day: Prevent OTC overload
  233. By the Numbers: Senate considers Helping Families Save Their Homes Act of 2009
  234. Acura TL controls frustrate - Keep it simple, Honda
  235. Consumer Reports Morning Update
  236. Newspaper story wrings a controversy out of washing machines and women
  237. FDA issues contaminated cheese warning
  238. Obama defends his wide-ranging reform agenda amid recession
  239. Tots' TV time tied to asthma risk
  240. 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class coupe
  241. Tip of the day: Add an extra 14 years to your life
  242. One investment bright spot: target-date funds
  243. Behind the Scenes: Top Picks 2009 ? Toyota RAV4 vs. Subaru Forester
  244. 2010 Toyota Prius fuel economy vs. competition
  245. Baby bottle manufacturers to stop using BPA
  246. By the Numbers: 18 million
  247. By the Numbers: Preserve recycles plastic, sells you inexpensive housewares
  248. Free movie rentals from the library
  249. House Subcommittee Looks To Make Used Car Buying Safer For Consumers
  250. President Focuses On The Economy While Republicans Look To Health Care