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In this issue:  Brain research, buying a foreclosure, and
the stimulus bill's impact on your taxes.

Slammed by the economic crisis, IEEE Spectrum says most
carmakers showed hybrid or electric vehicles at the North
American International Auto Show.

Fresh neurons arise in the adult brain every day. 
Scientific American reports on new research that suggests
the cells ultimately help with learning complex tasks -- and
the more they are challenged, the more they flourish

What happens when beauty turns to terror?  Time Europe says
Australia found out last weekend when wildfires swept
through the southeastern state of Victoria.

In this market, buying a foreclosure can mean helping a
neighborhood to survive.  This Old House provides nine tips
to keep in mind if you're considering it.

The Motley Fool reports on yet another reason to be outraged
at the Madoffs.

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Food Processing says Peanut Corp.'s food safety violations
look inexcusable.

Sports Central ponders whether Michael Phelps can repair his
image and reclaim his status as a respected Olympic hero.

The House Financial Services Committee is giving Wall Street
CEOs a chance to explain to U.S. taxpayers what they are
doing with TARP funds.  Registered Rep. provides a link to
the video.

Motley Fool looks at some parts of the stimulus bill that
impact the average taxpayer.

In the latest twist, the Federal Communications Commission
is rattling its regulatory saber at some of the stations
that are planning to cut off analog television broadcasts
next week, according to Home Theater.

AskMen tells you what signs to watch for if you are
concerned about being laid off.