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#10 - Employees buy Tesla for CEO who raised minimum wage to $70,000
#9 - "Only 9% of America Chose Trump and Clinton as the Nominees"
#8 - Kremlin: The US is covering up its own 'pre-election shenanigans' by demonizing Russia
#7 - TIL chocolate magnate Milton Hershey launched a 'Great Building Campaign' during the Great Depression with the aim of employing more people. When he was told that a steam shovel being used on a project did the work of 40 men, he instructed his foreman: "Take them off. Hire 40 men."
#6 - Texas allows guns in college classrooms under new law
#5 - Boy, 14, who got lost in mountains during Mexican summer camp and fell down a ravine is kept alive for 44 hours with the help of a Labrador who wouldn't leave his side
#4 - Chernobyl nuclear exclusion zone could become the world’s largest solar farm
#3 - TIL Wounded Viking warriors were given strong onion soup. After a few minutes someone would smell the wounds and if onions could be detected it meant that there were serious abdominal injuries and that death was inevitable.
#2 - Rio 2016: Swimmers need to ingest only three teaspoons of water to be almost certain of contracting a virus
#1 - Washington state to sue Comcast for $100M.
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