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    Chinese in United States high as $15 billion investment in 2015. Just 12 major metropolitan areas attracted nearly half of all Chinese investment in the country since 2000. To determine the U.S…

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  • A familiar spell, perhaps by the seaside in Cornwall, is the best way to holiday with children, according to a child psychologist

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    As a parent you may want every holiday to be a new adventure – but your kids almost certainly do not, according a one of Britain’s leading child psychologists. “Consistency is all when they’re small," says Oliver James. “In holidays as in every other respect.”

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    If Pizza Hut has long been a staple in your diet (no shame), you'll want to read on to discover company secrets straight from the source. I chatted with a Pizza Hut spokesperson about little-known toppings, how to score the best deals, what happens to leftover food, and more insider information that will…

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    Army Whistleblower Chelsea Manning Released From Prison

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  • Police officer escorts two men accused of having gay sex into a holding cell to wait for the start of their trial at Shariah court in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, Wednesday, May 17, 2017. A Shariah court in Indonesia's conservative Aceh province has sentenced two gay men to public caning for the first time, further tarnishing the country's moderate image after a top Christian politician was imprisoned for blasphemy. (AP Photo/Heri Juanda)

    Shariah court in Indonesia sentences gay couple to caning

    An Islamic Shariah court in Indonesia's conservative Aceh province has sentenced two gay men to public caning for the first time, further undermining the country's moderate image after a top Christian politician was imprisoned for blasphemy.

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  • Google Assistant will soon search by sight with your phone camera

    Google Assistant’s smarts are coming to the camera. Today at I/O 2017, CEO Sundar Pichai announced that Assistant will soon be able to analyze what a smartphone camera is pointed at and provide relevant content. Point it at a flower, and Google will identify the type. If you point it at a concert poster…

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  • With an estimated net worth of over $16 billion, Red Bull cofounder and CEO Dietrich Mateschitz is the wealthiest person in Austria.

    After essentially creating the market for energy drinks with the invention of Red Bull in 1987, Mateschitz and cofounder Thai businessman Chaleo Yoovidhya came up with unique ways to promote the brand, like buying a Formula One racing team and partnering with Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner to do a 120,000-foot jump in 2012. According to Forbes, more than six billion cans of Red Bull were sold in 2016.

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    Mateschitz also revealed his plan to launch a German-language news site called "Nä her an die Wahrheit," which translates to "Closer to the Truth." An article in the German newspaper Handelsblatt compared the venture to Breitbart.

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  • This image provided by EA Sports shows New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on the the cover of the Madden 18 video game. Brady truly has reached the pinnacle. The five-time Super Bowl champion will be the cover athlete for Madden 18, following his Patriots teammate and buddy Rob Gronkowski. (Jamie O'Connell/EA Sports via AP)

    Tom Brady the latest star on Madden game cover

    Now, Tom Brady truly has reached the pinnacle. At least in the eyes of his video game-loving son. To the joy of 9-year-old Jack Brady, the five-time Super Bowl champion will be the cover athlete for Madden 18 , following his Patriots teammate and buddy Rob Gronkowski. "I think it is very cool," Brady said. "I grew up not far from the headquarters…

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    Kirk Douglas says wife saved his life twice, despite his infidelity

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    20 Cheapest Cities in the U.S. for Air Travel This Summer

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    Showing and spreading kindness is something you can learn at a very young age. Recently, two students from Visitation School in Mendota Heights were recognized by the Star Tribune for improving the lives of others. The news team discusses. (2:57) WCCO Mid-Morning – May 16, 2017

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    Trump Said to Rule Out Moving Israel Embassy to Jerusalem

    President Donald Trump has decided not to immediately move the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, a senior White House official said, violating a campaign promise but avoiding a provocation that could drive Palestinians away from peace talks.

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  • President Trump receives a gift from newly-commissioned U.S. Coast Guard Ensign Frederick Scott during the U.S. Coast Guard Academy commencement ceremony in New London, Conn. on Wednesday.

    Cabinet member tells Trump to use sword 'on the press'

    As President Trump delivered another public tongue-lashing to the media Wednesday, one of his cabinet members suggested he take a different tactic. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly's mic was hot when he joked the president should use a sword "on the press" after the ceremonial…

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    Eight places where tourists really aren't welcome

    In the wake of Venice announcing it will no longer tolerate any new kebab shops or fast food outlets in order to “preserve decorum and traditions,” here are six destinations where tourists won’t always find a warm welcome.

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