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Space Sharing Businesses Save Money, Create Hassle For Customers

A growing number of small business owners are holding down costs by trying out a concept called "retail space sharing," where one retailer partners up with another to share space and customers.
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Chicago Race Exposes Progressive, Wall Street Wings Of Democratic Party

The strength of Hillary Clinton's standing in the presidential contest is clouding a left-right divide within the national Democratic Party.
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Penn State Suspends Fraternity After Nude Photos Posted Online

Penn State University suspended one of its fraternities this week after learning that some members of the fraternity posted nude photos of women online that were taken without their consent.
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Starbucks Campaign Already Inspiring Awkward Conversations About Race

Video blogger and DJ Jay Smooth was on MSNBC Tuesday night to talk about Starbucks' "Race Together" campaign, which has already birthed a very public, cringeworthy conversation about race.
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Pain From The Grain: Corn Belt Towns Languish As Prices Drop

Some farmers won't break even this planting season, and may have to tap into their savings. Many Corn Belt towns depend largely on these farmers and businesses linked to farming.
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How Much Can Women Trust That Breast Cancer Biopsy?

Pathologists are great at spotting cancer, but less so at identifying atypical cells or DCIS, a study finds. That could lead to women getting too much treatment — or not enough.
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Teens Say They Change Clothes And Do Homework While Driving

So they do seem to get that texting is dangerous. But putting on makeup and contact lenses at 65 mph? No problem. Researchers in Oregon are trying to train teenagers on the risks of multitasking.
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No Charges For Operator Of Drone That Crashed At White House

The U.S. Attorney's Office said the decision followed a Secret Service investigation into the Jan. 26 incident. The FAA is conducting its own review of the quadcopter crash.

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Released From Prison, 'Apologetic Bandit' Writes About Life Inside

Daniel Genis, son of Soviet emigre writer Alexander Genis, served 10 years for armed robbery. The crimes fueled his heroin addiction. "It was so obvious I didn't fit in," he says.
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Reports: Police Capture Mesa, Ariz., Shooter; 1 Dead, 5 Hurt

A police spokesman said one of those shot was in critical condition. He described the suspect as a bald white male in his 40s, wearing a gray shirt, black pants or shorts and with a neck tattoo.

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