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How America's foreclosure capital came back from the dead

Whenever he wants to see his old house, Nezam Juman walks to the edge of his waterfront property and peers around the river's bend. He can just see the roof behind some trees. It was his dream home, paid for with a cash-out refinance just as housing prices were peaking in Fort Myers, Florida.

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CNN poll: Most say Mueller should try to end investigation before Election Day

Two-thirds of Americans, including majorities across party lines, would like to see special counsel Robert Mueller try to finish the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election before voters go to the polls to elect a new Congress this November.

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Selfie violence and illegal bathing at Rome's Trevi Fountain

The quest for the perfect Instagram is a pursuit many of us are familiar with -- but hopefully you wouldn't take it as far as these selfie-takers.

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The world's first professional fantasy football league uses blockchain technology

A serial entrepreneur wants to create the world's first professional fantasy football league, and he thinks the blockchain -- yes, the blockchain -- is the best way to keep everyone honest as they compete for real money.

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Florida governor declares emergency over red tide for 7 counties

Florida Gov. Rick Scott issued an executive order Monday declaring a state of emergency for seven counties dealing with an unusually lengthy red tide algae bloom that has killed thousands of marine animals, his office said.

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Trump tweets on London 'terrorist attack' as investigation gets underway

President Donald Trump on Tuesday again seized on what he called a "terrorist attack" in London to call for tougher anti-terror measures, even though the incident was still in the early stages of investigation.

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Coca Cola is fighting Gatorade by investing in BodyArmor

Coca-Cola is doubling its efforts to compete with Pepsi's Gatorade. Coke said it will take a big stake in red-hot sports drink maker BodyArmor, becoming the company's second-largest shareholder. Body Armor is an attractive competitor to both Gatorade and Coke's own Powerade, the biggest players in the sports drink sector.

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Fans rally around Aretha Franklin

Many fans are giving Aretha Franklin her flowers now. In the wake of news that the legendary singer is gravely ill, social media has been flooded with tributes.

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Defense requests dismissal ahead of day 11 in Manafort trial

Paul Manafort's trial continues on Tuesday, as the 11th day in court marks the defense's turn to make its case. Manafort faces 18 charges of tax and banking crimes and has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges. The case stands as the first major test for special counsel Robert Mueller's team, who is currently leading the probe into allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election -- including whether there was any collusion between President Donald Trump campaign associates and the Kremlin.

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Facebook to broadcast La Liga games for free in India

Facebook has struck a landmark deal with Spain's top soccer league to broadcast its matches in India. Under the agreement announced Tuesday, the social network will broadcast 380 first division La Liga matches a year. The games, which will feature teams including FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, will be shown live and for free.

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