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Ferguson Mo demonstration Tuesday night

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Talking to kids about race and class

Talking about race and class makes people uncomfortable.

If that were not the case, we'd have more open conversations about these issues with our friends, families and co-workers, and would no doubt be a more understanding and loving society across…

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California patient tests negative for Ebola

A patient isolated in a California hospital after possible Ebola exposure does not have the virus, testing revealed.

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Janet Yellen: Job market not recovered

The U.S. job market has improved over the past year, but it is still not fully recovered.

That was Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's main message Friday in a much anticipated speech.

"It speaks to the depth of the damage that, five years after the…

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From Qmee

Get paid to click on ads

If you've ever searched online (so, pretty much everyone) this applies to you. A London-based startup called Qmee will pay you to click on links that surface in search queries.

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Man allegedly pelted to death with oranges

Police say two South African men are suspected of pelting a farmworker to death with oranges.

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Emmy Awards 2014: 5 things to watch for

The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards will be handed out Monday night, and what was expected to be a coronation honoring the final season of AMC's "Breaking Bad" has emerged as something a little more competitive, thanks to HBO's "True Detective," the…

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World's most fun theme parks

What makes a truly fun theme park?

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Bank of America to pay $16.65 billion over mortgages

Bank of America's tab for the financial crisis is now nearly $74 billion.

On Thursday, the bank reached a $16.65 billion agreement to pay the biggest settlement in history, adding to what was already a hefty bill for the bank.

The latest agreement…

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Honda changes Fit bumpers after crash tests

Honda is going to change the front bumpers on 12,000 Honda Fit subcompact cars so that they match those on a car that just earned a "Top Safety Pick" rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

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Apple on top of school books

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10 areas with the highest private school enrollment

Wealthy, educated Catholics are more likely to send their kids to private schools. This is according to a new study conducted by real estate site Trulia, which came up with a list of the top 10 metro areas with the highest private school enrollment.

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