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States sue feds over transgender measure

Eleven states are suing the Obama administration over a directive about transgender students in public schools, The Associated Press and Reuters reported.

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Twitter will stretch its 140-character limit

Twitter says it's stretching the iconic 140-character limit on tweets, taking @names and images out of the count.

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Snapchat could soon be worth more than $20 billion

Snapchat could be soon be valued at north of $20 billion. That is, if investors bite.

Snapchat looks to be seeking at least $200 million in new funding,…

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World's oldest people meet modern world

Caught between modernity and 20,000 years as hunter-gatherers, the San people sit at a crossroads.

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Marissa Mayer's security cost Yahoo $500,000

Yahoo dramatically beefed up Marissa Mayer's security detail after she and her family have faced a "credible" threat to their safety.

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Are you ready for experimental TSA screening?

With all the national anger about long wait times for airline passenger screening, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration is launching an experiment…

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Nasdaq rejects pot startup MassRoots

MassRoots, a social networking platform for cannabis users, said Tuesday that Nasdaq has rejected its request to trade shares on the exchange.

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Millionaires: Success due to hard work, family values

Most high net worth Americans say they worked their way up from a lower class.

That's according to a report released by U.S. Trust on Monday, based on a survey…

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Best new U.S. coastal hotels

With summer just around the corner, there might not be a more iconic vacation than a stay at the beach.

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World's top insurer ditches $2 billion tobacco investment

The world's largest insurer is ditching tobacco assets worth $2 billion, saying it can't continue to invest in an industry that kills six million people per…

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Memorial Day, by the numbers

Memorial Day is widely considered the unofficial start to summer for many Americans, with travel, gatherings and food a big part of the national holiday. Memorial Day is also a time to reflect on those who've died in service to the country. With the fun ahead, and the true meaning not lost, here's a look at Memorial Day by the numbers, as developed by Wallet Hub:

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10 highest paid CEOs

Nice work if you can get it: Here are the 10 highest-paid CEOs of 2015, as reported by The Associated Press and executive data firm Equilar.

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Best new coastal hotels in U.S.

With the Memorial Day holiday weekend quickly approaching, take a peek at what CNN is calling the best new coastal hotels in the United States.

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10 coolest 2016 cars under $18,000

Proving that cool and affordable really can continue to coexist, Kelley Blue Book has named its annual list of the 10 Coolest Cars Under $18,000.

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America's 10 fastest-growing cities

Texas is big in size, and the population is growing to match. Five of the top-eight, fastest-growing big cities in the U.S. are in Texas, according to new U.S. Census Bureau data from 2014 to 2015. Among cities with a population of at least 50,000 people as of July 1, 2014, here are the top-10 fastest-growing cities in terms of total population:

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18 things we love on vacation but hate at home

Patience has a way of growing when you're on vacation. Here are 18 things we love on vacation, but hate at home, as suggested by CNN.

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Top US, world landmarks

TripAdvisor has released its 2016 list of the top landmarks as part of its Travelers' Choice Awards. See what made the top 10 for the United States and for the world.

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Same-sex marriage around the world

With Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto signing an initiative to legalize same-sex marriages on Tuesday, another country is close to joining the growing list of countries where same-sex marriages have become legal. Peña Nieto will need congressional approval for the initiative to take effect. There are 23 countries around the world where same-sex marriages have become legal. Here's a look at the countries, with some information from the Pew Research Center:

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Tips to prevent bike theft

May is National Bicycle Month, and May 16-20 is National Bike to Work Week. Here are some tips to keep your wheels safe and secure.

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Best summer travel destinations of 2016

If you're yearning for a summer vacation this year but aren't sure where to go, take a look at which cities give you the most bang for your buck.

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World's hottest street foods

Some of the best and most memorable eating is also some of the most humble: street food. Stewed pig offal, white radish cake, crispy seafood pancakes and chicken satay skewers -- these were just some of the dishes on offer at the third World Street Food Congress exhibiting "the comforting flavors of home."

Here are some of the most popular dishes, according to CNN:

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25 best cities for summer jobs

While summer is a time for leisure and relaxation for some, others will be hoping the summer job market comes through for them this year. Take a look at the best U.S. cities for summer jobs, as ranked by WalletHub.

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