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“We’re likely to see more good news at the pump than bad for the foreseeable future.”

Senior petroleum analyst at GasBuddy.com, Patrick DeHaan, who says the average price of gasoline has dropped over the last 5 weeks -- decreasing in nearly every U.S. state. The reason: Lower oil prices due to lower demand and worries about economic growth. The takeaway: Lower gas prices for summer driving.
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“If you have ten people in a room who have not been vaccinated and someone with measles walk in, nine out of 10 will walk out with measles.”

Health & Human Services Sec. Alex Azar speaking about the highly contagious nature of measles, which has spread to 28 U.S. states. America has more than 1,000 cases of the disease – a 27-year high – after nearly eliminating transmission of the virus in 2000 with the use of vaccines.
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“Did you feel that rumble this morning Cleveland?”

Ohio Dept. of Transportation tweeting a video of an unusual earthquake that struck Ohio Monday morning. The 4.0 temblor’s epicenter was in Lake Erie, north of Cleveland. Earthquakes in Ohio are not unheard of, but this would reportedly be only the sixth 4.0 magnitude earthquake since the 1950s.
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“Less than 10 per cent of plastic used in Canada gets recycled.”

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announcing the country will ban some single-use plastic products by 2021. Canada has yet to decide which products (ex: plastic straws) will be covered by the ban. Trudeau said Canada's plan was inspired by the EU's Parliament that voted for a similar proposal. Conservation isn't the only motivation behind this trend; China has stopped buying much of the world's trash.
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“He was very gracious.”

Former President Jimmy Carter speaking about President Trump, who called him after he sent him a letter sharing how the Carter administration dealt with Japan during trade tensions; the U.S. is currently engaged in trade talks with China. President Carter just returned to teaching Sunday school after breaking his hip. At 94, he’s the nation’s longest-living president.
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