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    Yes, you can use beer, coffee and hemp for 3D printing

    NEW YORK — Sure, 3D printing is cool, but a startup in Fargo, North Dakota, is taking it to the next level. 3DomFuel is recycling a collection of unusual products and turning them into material called filament that can be used for 3D printing. “You can 3D print products made from beer, coffee and hemp,” […]

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    7 wealth-building tips from multimillionaires

    MoneyTips Contrary to popular belief, many of today’s multi-millionaires were not born into wealth. The recent U.S. Trust Insights on Wealth and Worth® survey discovered that 77% of those with investable assets of $3 million or greater grew up with average wealth at best (middle-class or below). A surprising 19% grew up in poor households. […]

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    Sarah Silverman to Bernie or Bust: ‘You’re being ridiculous’

    PHILADELPHIA — Democrats spent the first day of their convention struggling to find unity. The challenge for the party was made clear in the evening when comedienne Sarah Silverman, a supporter of Bernie Sanders, sought to bring the Vermont senator’s supporters to Hillary Clinton’s side. “Hillary is our Democratic nominee and I will proudly vote […]

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    Deceased Mississippi man’s heart goes to family member

    HATTIESBURG, Miss. — After discovering her deceased son was an organ donor, a Mississippi mother wanted to know who received his heart. Adrian Murry lost her son, Kendrick, in September 2015, according to WDAM. After his death, she found out that he was an organ donor, and was able to arrange his kidney to be […]

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    Donald Trump bounces into the lead

    The bounce is back. Donald Trump comes out of his convention ahead of Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House, topping her 44% to 39% in a four-way matchup including Gary Johnson (9%) and Jill Stein (3%) and by three points in a two-way head-to-head, 48% to 45%. That latter finding represents a […]

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    Deadly heat wave scorches central and eastern U.S.

    Dangerously high temperatures will keep scorching the Northeast in the wake of a deadly wave of heat and humidity that has plagued the Midwest. Heat indexes well over 100 degrees are expected across dozens of states in the nation’s central and eastern portions, the National Weather Service forecasts. A heat index combines the effects of […]

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    Strange green foam bubbles out of storm drain, alarming residents

    BLUFFDALE, Utah — A strange green foam bubbling out of a sewer may seem like a scene out of “Ghostbusters,” but it really happened Thursday in the Utah city of Bluffdale. “So we got a report that there was a green foam bubbling up out of a storm drain here in Bluffdale, we sent some […]

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    This is how much loss of NBA All-Star Game will cost Charlotte

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The NBA’s decision to yank next year’s All-Star Game out of Charlotte because of the state’s so-called bathroom law will mean the loss of $100 million to the city’s economy. That figure from the city’s visitors authority is based upon an estimate of 27,000 nights of hotel rooms being booked, and tourists […]

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    ‘He missed’: Fla. officer who shot therapist was aiming for man with autism, police say

    NORTH MIAMI, Fla. — New details are emerging in the investigation of a police-involved shooting in North Miami that wounded an unarmed therapist trying to care for a man with autism. Cellphone video taken moments before the shooting shows Charles Kinsey, who is black, holding both hands high in the air as another man sits […]

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    Former ZeekRewards CEO convicted of federal charges for operating $900 million internet Ponzi scheme

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. – U.S. Attorney Jill Westmoreland Rose announced that a federal jury sitting in Charlotte returned a guilty verdict today against the former CEO of ZeekRewards for operating a $900 million internet Ponzi scheme. Following a three-week trial, the jury convicted Paul Burks, 69, of Lexington, N.C., of wire and mail fraud conspiracy, wire […]

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    Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan, Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines endorse Hillary Clinton

    Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan and Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines, along with numerous other North Carolina mayors, are officially endorsing Hillary Clinton for president today. “Throughout her career, Hillary Clinton has focused on putting families first and ensuring that all hardworking Americans have a fair shot at success regardless of their circumstances,” Vaughan said in a […]

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    Russia Olympics: Russian athletes loses doping appeal

    Russia has reacted with fury after its quest to have a ban on its track and field athletes at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games overturned ended in dramatic failure. The Court for the Arbitration of Sport rejected the appeal made by the Russian Olympic Committee and 68 athletes Thursday, a decision that has led to […]