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What we're reading: 75 worst commutes

What we're reading: 75 worst commutes

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America's 75 worst commutes; women grow wealthier; LORAN dies, GPS survives; Canada's World Expo embarrassment; U.S. wind power.

1.) The U.S. government is pulling the plug on the LORAN maritime navigation system in favor of GPS.

2.) Could wind power 20 percent of the eastern United States? Quite possibly.

3.) Is your morning drive on the list of America's 75 worst commutes?

4.) Women are growing wealthier, according to a Pew study.

5.) Canada's $28 million pavilion at the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai is a "bowl of architectural gruel," a critic writes.

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