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At the same time, a group of doctors warned Utahns about Salt Lake City's poor air quality.
Our congratulations go out to the company for its impressive victory.
And will double that amount getting home.
At the same time, we're consuming more sugar -- but not that much more. Overall, production and consumption of sweeteners is going down in the U.S.
Remember when Susan Rice had those investments in companies linked to Keystone XL? Turns out John Kerry has some too.
New York is moving ahead with its first micro apartment building. But the majority of the units will rent for a premium. Is that what the city needs?
For the first time in its 120-year history, the buttoned-up Sierra Club is sanctioning an act of civil disobedience.
Now we're getting somewhere!
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