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Woman Dupes Dozens Of Men On Tinder

A bunch of guys showed up to a New York City park thinking they had a private date with a woman named Natasha — not realizing she'd used the dating app to draw them there for her own Hunger Games.

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Morning News Brief

A group with ties to the Russian government has been linked to a hacking attempt. The White House is expected to reverse the Clean Power Plan. Many inmates in U.S. prisons plan to protest conditions.

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Environmentalists Push For Ban On Balloons

First it was plastic bags, then plastic straws. Now environmental groups are urging a ban on balloons. The anti-balloon campaign is happening at Clemson University football games, and in a small Rhode Island community.

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Vermont Looks To Booming Hemp Business

Maple syrup, cheese and craft beer. To these Vermont products, now add hemp. Farmers in the state are increasingly growing it to extract a compound called CBD for its purported medicinal benefits.

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A Summer Camp For Sikh Youth

For two decades, Sikh children from all around the country have gathered in Rockville, Md., for an overnight summer camp. They learn about the history of their religion, and how to deal with bullying.

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