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Obama Wants 4 More Years To Fix Nation's Problems

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President Obama has accepted his party's nomination for a second term. In his speech at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., Thursday night, he said the path he suggests is "harder, but it leads to a better place." He said the progress he'd made so far would be reversed if Mitt Romney won the White House.
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Self-Help Author And Speaker Wayne Dyer Dies At 75

Many of his fans saw Dyer's own life story — he grew up an orphan in Detroit — as proof of the power of his ideas.
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Virginia Man Turning Waste Heat Into Rooftop Greenhouses

How can the U.S. improve food security? One Charlottesville native is pioneering the construction of greenhouses on buildings to take advantage of their waste heat.

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Supreme Court Gives McDonnell Freedom — For Now

Embattled former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell does not have to trade his business suit for prison stripes, at least not yet.
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China Arrests Nearly 200 Over 'Online Rumors'

The rumors ranged from a man leaping to his death in Beijing over stock losses to highly inflated death tolls in the Tianjin industrial blasts.

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