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Obama to appear on NBC survival show

While on his three-day trip to Alaska -- aimed at promoting climate change action -- President Barack Obama will tape an episode of "Running Wild with Bear Grylls," NBC and the White House announced Monday.

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Denny's offers 'peace burger' to Burger King

There's a new offer on the table for a Burger King "peace burger."

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Hurricane Fred prompts warning for Cape Verde

Hurricane Fred has formed off the coast of West Africa, prompting a hurricane warning for Cape Verde, which is bracing for heavy rains and high winds, the National Weather Service said Monday.

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Study: computer science not offered in schools because...

A new Gallup study reveals that many schools don't offer computer science courses because of the cost of the programs.

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airbnb.com

Can AirBnB take on the Hilton?

With over a million listings in 190 countries, Airbnb already offers up more rooms than Hilton. The home rental service isn't done expanding, however.

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Life on Mars? Depends how you see these pics

For most of us Earthlings, the photos of Mars taken by the Curiosity rover reveal little more than a desolate red landscape inhabited mostly by rocks. Lots and lots of rocks.

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Ford Motor Company

$400k 2017 Ford GT purchase requires applications

Consumers who would like to buy a $400k 2017 Ford GT must fill out an application first.

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Everything you want to know about Donald Trump's...

Donald Trump brags about how well his businesses have fared in bankruptcy. And in fact, no major U.S. company has filed for Chapter 11 more than Trump's casino empire in the last 30 years.

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Vine of wailing rubber ducks storms Internet

Every moment not watching the duck Vine is a moment wasted, or so some might tell you.

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Ashley Madison says 87,596 women joined last week

Ashley Madison wants cheaters to know that everything is fine, despite the recent hack that revealed the identities of 32 million users and the claim that women hardly ever use it.

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