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What Trump's threat to close U.S.-Mexico border would cost

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The solution was a wooden platform that could be easily maneuvered by the newly invented forklift. The simple wooden pallet is now indispensible to global commerce. Binley's business also happens

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WHO: 9 out of 10 people breathing excessive air pollution

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How Oregon's second-largest city disappeared in less than

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UAW Ratifies Concessions To Help GM

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What Would Reagan Do?

New Zealand shooting highlights rise in white supremacist violence in U.S. Beto O'Rourke says comments about wife were "ham-handed" Suspected mosque shooter appears in New Zealand courtroom

Defending the U.S. from North Korea's nuclear threat

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Will low oil prices hurt railroads much?

"Rail is definitely required to get all of the Bakken's production out to market," said Jonathan Garrett, a senior analyst at Wood Mackenzie senior, even if falling prices cut into the margins for

UBS Whistleblower: Secret Swiss Banking's End

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China Officially World's Second-Biggest Economy

A Chinese football fan attends the 2011 Asian Cup group A football match between China and Qatar at Khalifa Stadium in the Qatari capital Doha on Jan. 12, 2011.