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Leslie Jones officially joins NBC's Rio Olympic team

The move comes after Jones went viral over the weekend for cheering on the games quite enthusiastically from her couch.This was followed by another video of Jones waving an American flag and in a "Slay All Day" red, white, and blue t-shirt.

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Trump's economic plan: A reality check

That would mean a more modest economic benefit since high income households tend to save, rather than spend, their increased income.The corporate tax rate would plummet from 35% to 15%, instantly making the U.

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Oldest family newspaper struggling to pay bills, staff

— The Rutland Herald, the oldest continuously family-owned newspaper in the U.8, 1794 — and sister newspaper Times Argus met Monday morning following news that the media company failed to pay employees and delivery crews.

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Medicaid Expansion Is Working for Low-Income Adults, but Can It Last?

There is little doubt that the expanded Medicaid program for low-income adults under the Affordable Care Act is proving to be far more costly than originally billed by the administration.The latest Medicaid actuarial report issued late last month pegged the per enrollee cost for adults at $6,366 in 2015, up 49 percent from previous estimates.

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Toyota Sienna gets more power, higher price for 2017

Don't expect any big changes in the looks of the Toyota Sienna minivan for 2017, but there will be some changes under the hood and on the window sticker.5-liter V-6 engine gets direct injection and 30 more horsepower, and a new eight-speed automatic transmission replaces the six-speed as standard on all models.

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Twitter to sublease four floors of SF office space

Offices on four separate floors of the company's headquarters at the corner of 10th and Market Street is available now, the prospectus shows.The subleasing offer was first reported by the San Francisco Business Times.

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Are Gawker and Hulk Hogan about to settle?

According to the Wall Street Journal, the company is "engaged in preliminary talks" with Hulk Hogan regarding a settlement over the $140.Since then, the company's properties -- Deadspin, Jezebel and Gawker.