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What's Really The Biggest Threat To The Coal Industry

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Accusations Of 'Frat House' Behavior Trail 'LA Times' Publisher's Career

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Bottles of Moutai baijiu liquor, seen here in a 2012 photo, have become scarce in many Chinese stores, even as spirits maker Kweichow Moutai has seen its stock soar in the past year. Sheng Li/Reuters hide caption

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China's manufacturing sector helped boost the country's GDP, in statistics released on Thursday. Here, a worker at a Ford manufacturing plant uses a laptop next to a car body on an assembly line in Chongqing. Shi Tou/Reuters hide caption

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Apple Says It Will Create 20,000 Jobs In The U.S.

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News Brief: HHS To Protect Religious Objectors, Trump's First Year Poll, Apple Jobs

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A grande Cafe Nero, large Costa Coffee and venti-sized Starbucks to-go cups sold in London. The U.K. Parliament is considering a tax on disposable cups in an effort to cut down on waste. Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images hide caption

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Like Florida, Maryland Wants To Be Exempt From Offshore Drilling

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