These Are the Most Contaminated Foods on the Market

You may want to reconsider eating those fiber-rich strawberries. And maybe think twice before adding two of the always so popular vegetables to make a smoothie “green.” Yes, we are ...
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The 5 Cities with the Best High School Graduation Rates Are All in One State

Almost 85% of public high school students in the United States now graduate with a regular diploma within four years of starting ninth grade -- a record high -- according ...
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Free Sushi Dinner? All You Have to Do Is Post It on Instagram

Free food for something you already do anyway? Yes, please! Long gone are the days when you just spammed your friends’ Instagram feeds with photos of your boring juice and ...
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In New Pew Study, 11 Countries Report Negative Views of United States

Pew Research has released a new study of how people in other countries view the United States. The figures are shockingly low in some nations and moderately high in others. ...
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Is Tropical Storm Nate or Hurricane Nate the Next Big U.S. Weather Threat?

It was just on Monday that the National Hurricane Center's (NHC) constantly updated image map showed little to no real activity in the tropics. Within a period of roughly 48 hours ...
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Fears in Caribbean Grow as Maria Becomes a Category 5 Hurricane

Hurricane Maria, called "potentially catastrophic" by the National Hurricane Center, has been raised to Category 5 as it heads for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. On Tuesday, Maria was ...
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North Korea Thumbs Nose at World, Launches Another Missile Over Japan

North Korea is not backing down. Flouting international condemnation, the isolated rogue nation fired a ballistic missile over the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido Friday. The launch is the second ...
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FBI Firearm Background Checks Down Sharply From a 2016 Pace

The pace of FBI firearm background checks so far this year is down drastically, by about 9%, from 2016. Through June 30, the FBI has performed 1.2 million fewer firearm ...
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Will Mayweather-McGregor Be the Highest Valued Fight of All-Time?

Floyd “Money” Mayweather and Connor McGregor, both highly esteemed fighters in their own right, have been dancing around and toward each other over the past year, working to what is ...
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Best States for Immigrants

The California Senate passed a bill this month that provides a number of protections to immigrants in the state in light of recent crackdowns by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ...
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Divorce Rate Lowest Since 1980, Still High in Washington, DC

Divorce rates dropped 25% from 1980 to 2015. However, in several areas, led by Washington, D.C., the rates are still high. According to The Bowling Green State University National Center ...
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The Richest President in US History

Americans will go to the polls next week to elect the 45th President of the United States. While this year’s election is in many ways highly unusual, the two major ...
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Des Moines Murder Rate Almost Double the Nation's

Two Des Moines police officers were gunned down early this morning in what was described as an ambush killing. This follows a deadly weekend in Chicago, the most recent indication ...
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Google Is World's Most Valuable Brand

BrandZ has released its 2016 list of the 100 most valuable brands. Alphabet Inc.'s (NASDAQ: GOOGL) Google ranked in first place at $229 billion. The balance of the top 10 were Apple ...
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Glassdoor Announces Bain Leader as Highest Rated CEO

Glassdoor has released its list of the 50 highest rated CEOs based on employee votes from workers at the companies. Bob Bechek, the chief executive officer of consultancy Bain, ranked first. Three ...
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