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Last-minute shoppers take part in "Super Saturday"

As the holiday shopping season comes down to the wire, retailers are making a final push to entice shoppers into spending money on last-minute deals.

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Procrastinators participate in "Super Saturday"

Dec. 20, 2014: As the holiday shopping season comes down to the wire, retailers are making a final push to entice shoppers into spending money on last-minute deals. Anoushah Rasta reports.

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Last-minute Christmas shopping guide

Still haven't ordered those stocking stuffers? You've got to hurry, or your gift won't arrive by Christmas.

You've already missed the deadline for free shipping from Amazon, for example. (It was Friday.)

But the online store says gifts ordered as…

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Retailers expect huge weekend as Christmas nears

'Tis the season for shopping and this weekend is expected to be the grandaddy of them all.

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'Colbert Report' says goodbye with record ratings

The Colbert Nation tuned in big time to say goodbye to "The Colbert Report."

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U.S. ends TARP with $15.3 billion profit

The U.S. government essentially closed the books on TARP with a $15.3 billion profit.

Treasury sold its remaining shares Friday in Ally Financial, its last remaining major stake from the $426 billion bailout of banks and the U.S. auto industry.

The…

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Toyota's futuristic, freaky fuel-cell car

Toyota's new Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle is worth a good, serious look. It won't be easy, though. While hydrogen fuel cell cars are mired in controversy, there's one thing everyone seems to agree on about this one.

It is kind of ugly.

Toyota's…

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Chrysler expands recall to 3.3 million vehicles

Under pressure from federal regulators, Chrysler will expand a recall of cars and trucks equipped with Takata airbags.

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Secret Cinema to hold protest screening

Events company Secret Cinema has said it will hold a simultaneous screening of an as-yet unannounced film in London, Rome and San Francisco on Sunday to "protest against censorship."

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Sony exec fires back at President Obama

Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton responded Friday after President Obama said the studio had "made a mistake" by pulling "The Interview."

"The President, the press, and the public are mistaken as to what actually happened," Lynton said in an…

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