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Seattle couple leave $850,000 estate to U.S. government

A Seattle couple left nearly $850,000 to the U.S. government as a gesture of thanks to their adopted country.

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Monaco car collector profits from 'flipping' Ferraris

Pieter van Naeltwijck is no ordinary car collector. The Monaco millionaire makes his money in real estate, but brings in a little extra by buying and selling some of the newest, most exclusive cars on the planet.

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Google files patent for creepy teddy bear

Remember Teddy, the super-computer toy, from the film "Artificial Intelligence?" Well, Google might be making one. This week the company filed a patent for a toy that can control other Wi-Fi-connected devices.

Li Hejun's strategy has clouded the future of Hanergy Thin Film Solar

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China's richest man bet his company's shares would fall

Turns out China's richest man upped his bet that his solar company's shares would fall -- just before a massive crash. Li Hejun raised his short position by 796 million shares in Hanergy Thin Film Solar May 18.

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Yellen: Fed can't risk 'overheating the economy'

The Federal Reserve won't wait too long to raise rates.

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Hailstorm's impact still being felt year later

Repairs are still underway exactly one year after a devastating hailstorm ripped through the region.

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Tom Masano Auto Park to be 'like no other in the world'

After standing vacant for several years, the former Baldwin Hardware manufacturing facility in southwest Reading is about to be revived.

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Penn Street to close for removal of hotel scaffolding

Drivers who normally make Penn Street in downtown Reading part of their normal commute may have to plan a different course next Wednesday.

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Pennsylvania unemployment rate at 5.3 percent in April

Pennsylvania’s rate was one-tenth of a percentage point below the U.S. rate of 5.4 percent

Lower Macungie re-approves its portion of 269 home subdivision

Ten years after the project was approved, construction of a 269-home development should finally begin this summer in western Lehigh County.

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