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Is the Rift Between Rich and Poor Growing in America? — Survey of the Day

Spurred on by the recent “Occupy” protests, class conflict has become an increasing part of the public discourse.

This is reflected in a new poll from the Pew Research Center, which finds the percentage of Americans who see conflict between the rich and poor as a problem has jumped significantly over the last two years.

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Web Addicts and Substance Abusers Have Similar Brain Changes

Researchers in China find internet addicts have brain changes similar to those with drug or alcohol problems.

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Study: Increase Dietary Fiber to Decrease Disease

Scientists in India suggest for improved health people should eat more dietary fibers.

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Pennies, Nickels and Dimes, Oh My! Coins on the Rise in the US — Dollars and Sense

Officials at the US Mint have spotted a sign they say is indicative of an improving economy — coin shipments are increasing.

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NFL Playoff Preview – Divisional Round

The NFL playoffs enter the divisional round this weekend. Just eight teams remain with a chance of playing in the Super Bowl in Indianapolis on February 5. Green Bay, San Francisco, New England and Baltimore will all host games after enjoying a bye during wild card weekend.

Here’s a preview of this weekend’s contests:

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New Movie Releases — ‘Beauty and the Beast 3D,’ ‘Contraband,’ and ‘Joyful Noise’

Animation, action, or comedy? Take your pick — there’s one of each opening in wide-release this weekend.

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Which States Charge the Most to Insure a New Car?

The cost of new cars doesn’t vary much from state-to-state, but the cost of insuring one absolutely does. In fact, auto insurance can cost as much as three times the national average in some states.

A new survey finds various state laws, weather, theft rates, and the overall percentage of uninsured drivers are just some of the factors leading to such drastic price disparities. So where will your wallet take the biggest hit?

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Paleontologist Who Worked on ‘Jurassic Park’ Wants to Hatch a Real Dinosaur

Extracting DNA from fossilized amber to create a living breathing dinosaur might sound like the work of science fiction, but one paleontologist wants to do it.

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What Were 2011′s Stupidest Consumer Fees?

As consumers, we’re all used to being nickel-and-dimed to death with fees — from charges for checking a bag when we fly to charges to pay a bill online, we see them every day. They may be small, but they add up. And some were even more egregious than others in 2011.

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Why Are More and More Americans Deciding Against Owning a TV Set?

For pretty much an entire generation, televisions have been as ubiquitous as living room sofas — but that could be changing.

For the first time in 40 years, the number of households with TV sets has actually dropped, despite the fact that the number of US households in general has continued to grow.

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