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NHTSA warns Chrysler over slow reaction to Jeep recalls 

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is telling Chrysler to speed up repairs of 1.5 million Jeep SUV's recalled last year.

Dow, S&P 500 push further into record territory

Updated: 11/21/2014 1:20:08 PM

Traders work on the floor of The New York Stock Exchange on March 6, 2013 in New York City. One day after the Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied to a record high to close at 14,253.77, stocks were up over 40 points in morning trading.   (Spencer Platt, Getty Images)
Hawaii and Alaska pay more for Thanksgiving feasts

Updated: 11/21/2014 12:57:49 PM

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Unemployment falls in 34 states

Updated: 11/21/2014 11:29:42 AM

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Ford's new F-150 to get 26 mpg, tops among pickups

Updated: 11/21/2014 10:06:16 AM

Ford Motor Company shows off the 2009 Ford F-150 to the world automotive media during the press preview days at the North American International Auto show January 13, 2008 in Detroit, Michigan. (Bryan Mitchell, Getty Images)
Colorado pot credit union could open next year

Updated: 11/21/2014 10:03:13 AM

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