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Bay Area School Gets Rich Quick On Snapchat Investment

Bay Area School Gets Rich Quick On Snapchat Investment

Saint Francis High School just taught us all a lesson in finance. The Mountain View, California, private school parlayed a $15,000 Snapchat investment it made years ago into more than $20 million after the social-sharing company went public in a big way on Thursday, CBS in San Francisco reported.

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Bus Driver On His Daily Route Spotted A Woman In Need — What He Said Saved Her Life

Bus Driver On His Daily Route Spotted A Woman In Need -- What He Said Saved Her Life

Bus drivers run on tight deadlines, so they don't often stop for anything when they're en route. But while this driver was out on his route crossing the Main Street Bridge in Dayton, Ohio, Damone Hudson saw something that he knew was worth losing a few minutes over between point A and point B.

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WATCH: LeBron James Enters TD Garden, Casually Reads ‘The Godfather’ Before Celtics-Cavs

WATCH: LeBron James Enters TD Garden, Casually Reads ‘The Godfather’ Before Celtics-Cavs

BOSTON — LeBron James is a basketball player by trade. But he’d also like you to know he’s a scholarly fellow who enjoys a good book now and then. The Cleveland Cavaliers forward made that quite clear Wednesday night before his team’s matchup with the Celtics in Boston.

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It Didn’t Take Long: Trump’s First Environmental Assault Endangers Drinking Water of 100 Million Americans

It Didn't Take Long: Trump’s First Environmental Assault Endangers Drinking Water of 100 Million Americans

WASHINGTON – With Scott Pruitt now installed as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, President Trump has moved quickly to strike a vital safeguard aimed at protecting the drinking water of 100 million Americans.

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