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65-Year-Old N.J. Airport Building Is Being Moved — Inch by Inch

<TAB>New Jersey’s Newark International Airport has seen its share of delays, but none quite like this.<@SM><@SM><TAB>Sixty-five years after famed aviator Amelia Earhart dedicated it, the airport’s original terminal building is on the move — inch by inch. The art deco structure, one of the nation’s first airport passenger terminals and home to the world’s first air traffic control tower, is being moved 3,700 feet to a new spot.

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Wake-Up Happier, Evenings Depressing With End of Daylight Savings Time

<TAB>Not only did Marylanders get an extra hour of sleep this past weekend, but, at least for a little while, they should be happier morning risers.<@SM><@SM><TAB>That's because when daylight-saving time ended at 2 a.m. Sunday, Marylanders started to have more exposure to bright sunlight when they first woke up, a key component to a happy outlook, one expert says.

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Strike Over

<TAB>The 15-week old strike at the Dresser Industries plant in Salisbury has ended, a spokeswoman from Halliburton, the company that owns Dresser-Wayne, announced yesterday.<@SM><@SM><TAB>A Halliburton spokeswoman told WBOC-TV in Salisbury the company received a letter from the union last week saying members were ready to go back to work. Union workers are expected to return to work Monday, Nov. 6.

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Smokers Lose Settlement Challenge

The Supreme Court yesterday turned aside a challenge to the 2-year-old national tobacco settlement.<@SM><@SM><TAB>The court refused to consider whether smokers wound up paying illegally higher prices for their cigarettes as a result of the landmark $246 billion deal.

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