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Uber Makes Strong Gains In Corporate Expense Reports

In the first quarter of 2015, the ride-sharing service accounted for 46 percent of rides expensed by workers, according to a report. Its market share in the same period last year was 15 percent.
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ESPN Bracket Challenge Winner Is Too Young To Collect Grand Prize

Twelve-year-old Sam Holtz beat out 11.57 million other brackets to win the ESPN Tournament Challenge, which means he now enters a random raffle to win the grand prize.
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NFL Holds First-Ever Scouting Combine For Veteran Players

The NFL recently hosted its first-ever scouting combine for players with NFL experience. Just 107 players made the cut out of 2,000 applicants.
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Rand Paul Vows To 'Take Our Country Back' In Presidential Candidacy Speech

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul announced his candidacy for president Tuesday in Louisville, Ky. In a speech to supporters, Sen. Paul vowed to "take our country back."
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Medical Students Jump In To Help The Uninsured

Nearly 1 million New York City residents are still uninsured. Rather than go to emergency rooms or city hospitals, some get free care from students in medical school.
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Amid Seattle's Affluence, Homelessness Also Flourishes

In Seattle — one of the nation's wealthiest cities — homelessness has surged over the past decade. More people are now homeless in Seattle than anywhere except New York City, Los Angeles or Las Vegas.
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Iowa Water Lawsuit Calls Some Farming Practices Into Question

The state's largest water utility is suing county boards for polluting rivers the city uses for drinking water.
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Mexican-American Toddlers: Understanding The Achievement Gap

A new study finds Mexican-American toddlers are lagging behind their white counterparts.
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Three-Peat Or Upset? UConn And Notre Dame Play For Women's NCAA Title

For Notre Dame, tonight brings a chance to overcome years of frustration. In three of the past four years, the team has lost in the championship game.
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Power Outages Hit Parts Of Washington, D.C., Including The White House

Several government buildings, including the Capitol and the State Department were affected. The problem was traced back to a transmission line in southern Maryland.

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