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Wednesday's Top News: Domestic Terror Incidents Hit a Peak in 2009

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Domestic Terror Incidents Hit a Peak in 2009

By BOBBY GHOSH / WASHINGTON

The uptick in cases where alleged extremists were recruited on American soil via the Internet poses new challenges for law enforcement

Lindsey Graham: The Senate's New Republican Maverick

By JAY NEWTON-SMALL / WASHINGTON

Holland's Plan to Cut Traffic: A Tax on Every Kilometer Driven

By LEO CENDROWICZ

In a bid to ease congestion in one of the world's most crowded countries, the Dutch will soon start levying a charge on motorists based on the distance of their trips and the types of cars they drive

In Germany, a Disturbing Rise of Right-Wing Violence

By TRISTANA MOORE / BERLIN

Crimes by far-right extremists — including brazen, violent attacks —have hit a record high in Germany, prompting alarmed law enforcement officials to vow action

How Panera Bread Defies the Recession

By SEAN GREGORY

The $1.3 billion soup and sandwich joint has thrived during down times

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Person of the Year: Ben Bernanke

The story of the year was a weak economy that could have been much, much weaker. Thank the man who runs the Federal Reserve, our mild-mannered economic overlord

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America's Most Wanted Teenage Bandit

By Tim McGirk / Camano Island

A teenage bandit accused of stealing planes and speedboats has become a legend in the Pacific Northwest. The chase is on for the artful dodger

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