The Greatest Pro Sports Teams That Disappeared

Rumors are swirling about the Tampa Bays Rays moving, for at least part of the season, to Montreal. This serves as a reminder that, though the franchises in the four ...
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States Profiting the Most From Sin

U.S. law allows Americans to engage in certain activities that are known to be risky and unhealthy. Every day, Americans enjoy vices like smoking cigarettes, drinking alcohol, and gambling. ...
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Hottest and Coolest States in the Summer

Much like every summer, temperatures across the United States are expected to vary, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The eastern and western portions of the country should ...
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Why All the Good News Is Priced Into Roku’s Stock

Roku, Inc. (NASDAQ: ROKU) shares have absolutely exploded this year, more than tripling in 2019 alone. This company has built an exceptional platform on the back of its players, and ...
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Why the Cuba Ban Impact Looks Overdone in Cruise Line Stocks

Back in 2015, the Obama administration opened up travel to Cuba, although there were some stipulations that came along with it. Americans had to declare one of a dozen or ...
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Lose a Wallet? If It’s Full of Cash You’ll Probably Get It Back

That’s the surprising conclusion of a study called “Civic Honesty Around the Globe,” just published in the journal Science. Working in stages, teams of economists from the universities of Michigan, ...
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Falling Gas Prices Could End With a 7-Week Streak

U.S. retail gasoline pump prices fell by about 2.5 cents last week to a national average of $2.65 for a gallon of regular. The price of crude oil jumped by ...
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This is America’s Favorite Vegetable? Really?

A survey of more than 5,000 Americans aged 13 to 73 conducted by the canned- and frozen-vegetable brand Green Giant has revealed that the nation’s favorite vegetable is...broccoli. Happily for ...
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Always Do This One Thing Before Using Your Backyard Barbecue

Summer means grilling -- lighting the hardwood charcoal or briquets or igniting the propane to impart that inimitable outdoor culinary magic on hot dogs and burgers, chicken and shrimp, maybe ...
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States Where Students Graduate With the Most Debt

Vermont senator and presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders unveiled today a plan to eliminate all outstanding student loan debt in the United States. Student loan debt is a growing crisis, hitting ...
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Slick Dorm Rooms May Lower Your GPA

Among the perks of student life on modern college campuses are the cool apartment-style school housing facilities that sometimes supplant or supplement traditional corridor-style dorms — and not just at ...
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What to Expect When FedEx Reports Tuesday

FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) is scheduled to release its fiscal fourth-quarter financial results after the markets close on Tuesday. The consensus forecast calls for $4.93 per share in earnings and ...
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Many Pregnant Women Get Too Much Folic Acid, New Study Finds

One piece of nutritional advice unfailingly drummed into the heads of women who are pregnant or trying to become pregnant is: Take plenty of folic acid. In a new study ...
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Philadelphia Refinery Explosion Takes 350,000 Barrels a Day Out of Production

Three explosions early Friday morning rocked the Philadelphia Energy Solutions (PES) refinery and continued to burn in the noon hour, although the fire department has declared the fire contained. Four ...
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Cannabis Could Be a $15 Billion Business This Year — And That’s Just the Legal Stuff

Global legal cannabis sales are predicted to reach $14.9 billion in 2019, a 36% increase over last year, according to the 2019 edition of the annual “State of Legal Cannabis ...
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