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A close look at the Donald J. Trump Foundation's activities over the past decade raises more questions than it answers about what the GOP frontrunner actually believes. Last month, aides for Donald Trump
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The latest thing to be rendered obsolete (potentially) by the advent of self-driving technology are those pesky stop lights that seem to be the bane of every human driver's existence. Thanks to a new from