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Today’s Headlines

7:48 AM EDT on July 31, 2009

    • D'oh! "Cash for clunkers" is headed for the scrap bin, four days after it began (NYT)
    • Verizon, the nation's largest wireless carrier, supports congressional ban on texting while driving (InfoWeek)
    • Two years after Minnesota's fatal bridge collapse, the state's riskiest bridges are missing out on stimulus money (AP)
    • Government investigators find 20 "living dead" ... and they're bus companies (Reuters)
    • Researchers working on a super-sensitive yawn detector for over-tired drivers (Wired)

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