North Korea’s stockpile of chemical weapons could wreak devastation in retaliatory strike
A South Korean firefighter in chemical suits participates in a training for chemical accidents in a thermal power plant, on April 16, 2013, in Seoul, South Korea. (Park Jin-Hee/Xinhua/ZUMA24.com/TNS)
Amazon’s robots: Job destroyers or dance partners?
Barry Tormoehlen, a maintenance technician at Amazon's fulfillment center in DuPont, vacuums the inside of a KIVA, one of Amazon's robots that are used to move items around the center, Monday, July 3, 2017. The KIVAs weigh 800 pounds each and can carry up to 3,000 pounds of merchandise. (Ellen M. Banner/Seattle Times/TNS)
Struggling cities are hoping to cash in on California’s relaxed marijuana laws — and facing push back
Roberto Perez, owner of The Righteous Glass Gallery in Maywood, CA July 19, 2017. Maywood recently issued its first two marijuana business licenses amidst strong pushback from residents and concerns about the transparency of the licensing process. Robert Perez own The Righteous Glass Gallery, which sells smoking products. He said that he's in favor of having marijuana businesses in Maywood. (Francine Orr/ Los Angeles Times/TNS)
George Diaz: Kevin Harvick disrespects Earnhardt legacy, NASCAR history with shots at Junior
NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick reaches out to slap hands with fans during driver introductions prior to the NASCAR Monster Energy All-Star Race on May 20, 2017, at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C. (Jeff Siner/Charlotte Observer/TNS)
Horse breeding in Minnesota is a high-risk, high-reward business
Hot Shot Kid, ridden by Alex Canchari, runs for first in the $50,000 Victor S. Myers Stakes on Tuesday, July 4, 2017. The race was for 3-year old Minnesota-bred colts and geldings. (Aaron Lavinsky/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS)
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