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Zero Hedge
S&P Set For New Record Highs As Futures, Dollar Rise; Oil SlidesIn a rerun of yesterday's overnight session, European indexes trade higher whil
S&P Set For New Record Highs As Futures, Dollar Rise; Oil Slides
Zero Hedge / Posted 12 hours ago
In a rerun of yesterday's overnight session, European indexes trade higher while US index futures were modestly in the green, set to propel the S&P 500 to new all time highs. Emerging Market dropped the most in three weeks alongside commodities, as... Read more
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Island Packet
If the NSA can be hacked, is anything safe?Slowly but surely, the internet is becoming a hostile place. As wondrous as th
If the NSA can be hacked, is anything safe?
Island Packet / Posted 6 days ago
Slowly but surely, the internet is becoming a hostile place. As wondrous as the internet is – with its three billion global users – increasingly, danger lurks. Armies of hackers maraud for personal data. Unknown forces invade privacy, installing... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
If the NSA can be hacked, is anything safe?Slowly but surely, the internet is becoming a hostile place. As wondrous as th
If the NSA can be hacked, is anything safe?
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 6 days ago
Slowly but surely, the internet is becoming a hostile place. As wondrous as the internet is – with its three billion global users – increasingly, danger lurks. Armies of hackers maraud for personal data. Unknown forces invade privacy, installing... Read more
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The Source Weekly
Bend's Growth Rate: Scary or Sustainable?Bend feels like it is bursting at the seams this summer with crowds filling the
Bend's Growth Rate: Scary or Sustainable?
The Source Weekly / Posted 14 days ago
Bend feels like it is bursting at the seams this summer with crowds filling the streets, trails, restaurants and shops. A record-breaking summer tourism season is partly the cause, but the fact is that more people move here every day to make our fair... Read more
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USA Today
Why Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey will be Heisman-worthy againLast season’s Heisman Trophy race had an unusual scene beyond the finish line.
Why Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey will be Heisman-worthy again
USA Today / Posted 16 days ago
Last season’s Heisman Trophy race had an unusual scene beyond the finish line. In the weeks and months after Alabama running back Derrick Henry won the award, many voters and non-voters questioned whether the right player won. Some suggested Heisman... Read more
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Daily Record
Why take your kids to National Parks this year?Michiganders travel southwest to see the canyon ... and compare it to their bel
Why take your kids to National Parks this year?
Daily Record / Posted 19 days ago
Michiganders travel southwest to see the canyon ... and compare it to their beloved lake. Kathleen Lavey/Lansing State Journal My daughter sent a postcard from the Grand Canyon to her Nana. "I expected the Grand Canyon to be just a big hole in the... Read more
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The Lovell Chronicle
County voters meet GOP candidatesWhile offering differing views of the challenges that lie ahead, the five GOP c
County voters meet GOP candidates
The Lovell Chronicle / Posted 20 days ago
While offering differing views of the challenges that lie ahead, the five GOP candidates for the Big Horn County Commission all touted their deep ties to the county during a July 26 forum hosted by the Big Horn County Republican Party. The forum was... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
California Editorial RoundupJuly 28 Ventura County Star on health insurance rate hikes: The two largest i
California Editorial Roundup
The Record Searchlight / Posted 21 days ago
July 28 Ventura County Star on health insurance rate hikes: The two largest insurers in the Covered California health insurance exchange are jacking up their monthly premiums by 17 and 20 percent next year. The news was appalling, but it should... Read more
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The Hill
Left turns to ballot measures to enact political changeRepublicans control a record number of state legislative chambers across the co
Left turns to ballot measures to enact political change
The Hill / Posted 22 days ago
Republicans control a record number of state legislative chambers across the country, effectively sidelining any hopes progressives have of advancing an agenda. In response, liberals are turning to ballot measures to raise the minimum wage, enact... Read more
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Roll Call
After the Revolution, a Single New Spot of Influence for the Freedom Caucusa member of the House Freedom Caucus, are you better off now than you were a do
After the Revolution, a Single New Spot of Influence for the Freedom Caucus
Roll Call / Posted 23 days ago
a member of the House Freedom Caucus, are you better off now than you were a dozen weeks ago? That question is worth asking in light of last week’s down-ballot House Republican leadership election. It was a sort of insiders-only coda to all... Read more
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Business Wire
Genesee & Wyoming Reports Results for the Second Quarter of 2016Quarter Consolidated Highlights Second Quarter Segment Highlights North Ameri
Genesee & Wyoming Reports Results for the Second Quarter of 2016
Business Wire / Posted 23 days ago
Quarter Consolidated Highlights Second Quarter Segment Highlights North America (approximately 80% of G&W's annual operating income): Operating revenues from G&W's North American Operations decreased 2.1% to $304.6 million from $311.0 million.... Read more
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KFDA-TV Amarillo
Correction: Divided America-Women-Oklahoma storyOKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - In a story July 24 about the number of women in political
Correction: Divided America-Women-Oklahoma story
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted 30 days ago
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - In a story July 24 about the number of women in political office in Oklahoma, The Associated Press erroneously reported the year that Oklahoma became a state. It happened in 1907, not 2007. A corrected version of the story is... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
Correction: Divided America-Women-Oklahoma storyOKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - In a story July 24 about the number of women in political
Correction: Divided America-Women-Oklahoma story
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 30 days ago
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - In a story July 24 about the number of women in political office in Oklahoma, The Associated Press erroneously reported the year that Oklahoma became a state. It happened in 1907, not 2007. A corrected version of the story is... Read more

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