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Teen crews linked to 40 percent of NYC shootings

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There are more than 300 of them in New York _ violent crews of dozens of 12- to 20-year-olds linked to 40 percent of the shootings in the city. Police say most of that violence stems from the smallest of slights, including disses on social media. (May 1) Video provided by AP


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5 Things You Didn't Know About Student Debt

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Odyssey Networks (July 3, 2014) — The beginning of July saw a rise in the interest rate for federal student student loans from 3.86 percent in 2013/2014 to 4.66 percent for the 2014/1015 school year. Some projections estimate that rates could be as high as 6.8 percent by 2017. Student loan debt in the US is now over $1 trillion and has an enormous impact on families across economic lines throughout America. Video provided by Odyssey
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Is Danger Zone Inflation a Danger?

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Reuters - Business Video Online (June 30, 2014) — Euro zone inflation stayed at 0.5 percent in June, marking the 9th consecutive month of below-target growth. Despite previously marking a 'danger zone' of below 1 percent, ECB chief Mario Draghi is not expected to act just yet. Ivor Bennett reports. Video provided by Reuters
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California Teen Invents Quick Charging Device

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AP (June 3, 2013) — A California high school student has created a new type of "supercapacitor." The San Jose teen's invention could help pave the way for cell phones that can be charged in 30 seconds.
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