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U.S. Gov't Ends Seizure Of Nevada Rancher's Cattle

April 12, 2014
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After a week of occupation and clashes with armed protesters, the Bureau of Land Management will drop its issue with Cliven Bundy using federal land. Video provided by Newsy

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Medical Marijuana Bill Stays Alive in NY Assembly

Medical Marijuana Bill Stays Alive in NY Assembly

TheStreet (May 28, 2014) — The New York Assembly voted yesterday to pass the Compassionate Care Act that would legalize medicinal marijuana. The Democratic led group has passed such a bill before, only to see it get voted down by the Senate. The Senate has a competing bill that is waiting review by the Finance Committee. If both bills pass, they will need to be combined and the differences between the two resolved. The legislative session ends June 19th, so time is running out for the bill to be voted on. The finance committee will not confirm if they will add it to their agenda before the session ends. Video provided by TheStreet
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Hong Kong Seizes Huge Haul of Smuggled Ivory

Hong Kong Seizes Huge Haul of Smuggled Ivory

AFP (Jan. 4, 2013) — Hong Kong says it has seized more than a tonne of ivory worth about $1.4 million in a shipment from Kenya, the city's third big seizure in less than three months.
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Iraq and Libya: New Oil Concerns?

Iraq and Libya: New Oil Concerns?

Reuters - Business Video Online (Aug. 4, 2014) — Islamic State fighters' seizure of the Mosul dam, three towns and an oilfield is their first major victory over Kurdish forces in Iraq - while in Libya, an eruption of fighting between militias has forced newly-elected legislators to abandon Tripoli for their first session. Both conflicts have investors wondering whether energy markets should brace for a new round of supply concerns. Sara Hemrajani reports. Video provided by Reuters
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Top 10 Dumbest States in America, From Tennessee to West Virginia

Top 10 Dumbest States in America, From Tennessee to West Virginia

TheStreet (May 29, 2014) — As the income gap widens between college and high school graduates, we're ranking the ten dumbest states in America, determined by the percentage of the population with Bachelor's degrees. Number ten of the group is Tennessee, where 23% of the population has Bachelor's degrees. While Fortune 500 companies like FedEx and Autozone are in Memphis, most of the state's jobs don't require advanced educational degrees. Tennessee has over 82,000 farms, 60% of which are used to raise cattle. The state has a median household income of about $42,000, making it 44th in the country, and has an average SAT score of 1709. Video provided by TheStreet
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