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Exubrancy connects business with health programs

NEA’s Dayna Grayson, Agent99’s Jack Hidary and Newscred’s Brian Rich grade startup Exubrancy.

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    Consumer Reports Deputy Content Editor Lisa Gill on the potential health risks of pain medication.

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    WSJ entertainment reporter Lee Hawkins on the legacy of Robin Williams.

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  6. Embattled Rep. Grimm responds to Dems’ ‘fraud’ attack ads

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  12. College athletes take a step closer to getting paid? Senior National Writer Peter Schrager on potential pay for college athletes.

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    The Lifeline Program’s Scott Page on retirement in America.

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    Dellwood Market co-owner Jan Lalani on the damage to the store from looters.

  3. George Soros’ bearish bet

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    Chief Economist Steve Moore and FBN’s Tom Sullivan explain how protests are hurting the Ferguson economy and store owners.

  6. U.S. hospital network hacked, millions of patient records stolen

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  7. Drones can create more than 100k jobs?

    Colin Guinn, senior vice president of 3D Robotics, on the future of drones.

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