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I've just endured the world's newest longest flight, a 16,200 kilometer (10,100 mile), nonstop ultra-marathon from New York to Sydney. It took about 19 and a half hours, and was almost as demanding as that sounds.

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Cleantechnica.com

The top 20 CleanTechnica stories of the week were led by a Tesla Model Y production plan an insider leaked to us, which is both super exciting and something to be cautious about. The second most popular piece was a story about Tesla Model 3 range after 50,000…

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CNBC

The one- and five-year Loan Prime Rates for October remained at 4.20% and 4.85%, respectively — unchanged from September.

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Fox8.com

GREEN BROOK, N.J. -- A couple from New Jersey is suing Taco Bell for what they consider deceptive advertising. According to FOX, they said the restaurant overcharged them for two Chalupa Cravings Boxes. Instead of paying $5 each as advertised on TV, they …

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Marketwatch.com

Christine Lagarde, former head of the International Monetary Fund, says President Donald Trump is responsible for many of the risks facing the global...

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Ajc.com

The legislation, House Bill 324, gave the seven-member commission vast oversight over the state’s medical marijuana operation, including picking which businesses can grow the plant and developing the licensing requirements that retailers must meet to sell it.

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Koin.com

A sewer pipe in Northeast Portland leaked an estimated 1,000 gallons (3785 liters) of untreated sewer water into an embankment.

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Ky3.com

The general manager at Perkins Restaurant & Bakery said the store opened in 1994, and is now closing because of a rental dispute.

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Scmp.com

The Chinese government has doubled the value of large-scale infrastructure projects it has approved so far this year compared to last year, as it steps up efforts to steady the flagging economy amid a bruising trade war with the United States.

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Kswo.com

Protestors couldn’t stop the United Kingdom from opening its first Chick-fil-A on Oct. 10, but they have already made sure its days are numbered.

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Cosmic Crisp is the first apple ever bred in Washington. It’s called Cosmic Crisp because of the bright yellowish dots on its skin, which look like distant stars.

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Forbes.com

For nearly three decades, City Bakery in New York City enjoyed cult status. Now, it's gone.

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CNBC

Yale economist Robert Shiller suggests the longer President Donald Trump stays in office, the better it is for the economy.

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Ktla.com

For almost three years, "Welcome To Video" was a covert den for people who traded in clips of children being sexually assaulted. There, on the darknet's largest-known site of child exploitation videos, hundreds of users from around the world accessed materi…

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Baltimoresun.com

Set to break ground this fall, the Salisbury-Ocean City Wicomico Regional Airport is bringing a Drone Center for Innovation to its campus. With potential for a foothold in the growing industry of unmanned vehicles, the excitement is palpable.

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Statesman.com

An Austin presence since 1939, Hut’s originally operated on South Congress Avenue. It relocated to West Sixth Street in 1969.

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Dw.com

Flight attendants working for smaller divisions of airline group Lufthansa are striking over pay and pensions. The UFO union's extended strike has led to cancellations at airports in Germany.

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The New York Times

The national governing body for triathlon will become the first organization of its type to sign a deal with a company that sells products containing cannabidiol.

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Inforum.com

news, sports, opinion, entertainment, business, lifestyle, milestones, obituaries and weather for Fargo, ND

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Koco.com

Check your freezers and fridges! Thousands of pounds of sausage patty products have been recalled.

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