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Craft Beer Sales Climbing

spy camera for iphonep>Craft beer is a booming business and the Brooklyn Brewery is a thriving example. Based in an old brick warehouse in Williamsburg, just across the East River from Manhattan, Brooklyn Brewery is cooking, fermenting and selling more than 110,000 barrels of lager, ale and other craft beers every year (this includes beer the company brews at another facility upstate in Utica, New York).? The ... read more

Rick Leventhal

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March 4, 2011

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Elizabeth Prann

February 20, 2011 2:59 PM

A Soldier’s Dog Finds a Home

Like most 12-year old boys, Rapheal Pennell has always wanted a puppy. And like the parents of many 12-year old boys, his parents resisted until they found Guardian Angels for Soldier?s Pets.??? "My son really came forward and said, I want to be ... read more



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Serafin Gomez

February 16, 2011 7:19 PM

Who was Jaime Zapata? Hero Remembered

U.S. Special Agent Jaime Jorge Zapata was shot and killed in the line of duty Tuesday afternoon, reportedly by members of the notorious drug cartel, Los Zetas, while driving between ... read more



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Eric Shawn

February 14, 2011 11:51 AM

Prince Reza: Iran will be Free

"Our time as a region has finally come," says Prince Reza Pahlavi, the son of the Shah of Iran. "The people (in Tehran) are now fighting tooth and nail to defend their freedom, totally unarmed, totally underequipped, under a regime that is criminally repressive. The least we could do, from the point of view of the free world, is to stand by them, tell them that they are ... read more



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Phil Keating

February 11, 2011 10:28 AM

Cuba Capitalism? Baby Steps.

Up and down Havana's narrow streets, signs of free-market capitalism are blossoming. And it's all entirely legal, in a country which for 50 years has condemned the evils of capitalism. Since September, 75,000 Cubans have become entrepreneurs. Some turn their homes into "paladares," restaurants that cater to locals and tourists. Barber shops, food venders and scooter ... read more



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David Piper

February 1, 2011 9:33 AM

Egyptian Crisis Tests China’s Censors

China and Egypt are two of the oldest civilizations in the world. And both face challenges in a modern world due to the Internet. Egypt is currently ruled by President Hosni Mubarak, described by his opponents as a modern Pharaoh. China has a communist party leadership which holds sway over its people that only an Emperor could dream of. The power of the ... read more



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Greg Palkot

January 31, 2011 10:45 AM

Egyptian Rioters Wary of U.S. Journalists

CAIRO, Egypt--  We have now been in Cairo for 4 days. In that time we have seen and heard a subtle but real shift in the mood of protestors here. On Friday, rioters had a clear-cut enemy: the hated police.  We as Americans were seen as allies in the cause.  They also begged us to relay to Washington and President Obama their wishes that Egyptian President Hosni ... read more



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Amy Kellogg

January 29, 2011 1:18 PM

Green for Profit

Fox News sat down with the President of the Environmental Defense Fund, Fred Krupp,  on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos.  You think Davos, you think green, as in money.  But another green agenda is alive and well at this summit of the rich and powerful,  despite the global economic downturn.  But money and environment are increasingly closely ... read more



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David Piper

January 28, 2011 8:42 AM

China’s Dollar Concerns

The US dollar has been the dominant currency in Asia for decades. Its strength has underpinned trade and given certainty as Asian economies grew. The Hong Kong dollar has, for instance been pegged to the Greenback since 1983 despite pressures for it to float. China has been accumulating the Greenback at an unprecedented rate over the past two decades since its ... read more



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David Piper

January 27, 2011 9:40 AM

Birth of Rare Tiger Cubs in Asia

There is at last some hope for the Sumatran tiger. Breeding them in captivity has proven to be difficult but the birth of three cubs at a zoo in western Indonesia today has shown it is ... read more



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Amy Kellogg

January 26, 2011 10:26 AM

Day One: Davos

It’s full of formal meetings, press conferences and organized brainstorming sessions, but the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland is as much a venue for movers and shakers to just catch up with each other, tete a tete, as it is anything else.  One guest here called it a “candy store”, another said he could buy 60 plane tickets to visit all those people he ... read more