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Interactive Achievement in Roanoke has been sold

The company was bought out on Wednesday by Power School Group.

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Man sues over alleged winning lottery ticket

A man who claims he bought a $63 million winning ticket in the California lottery is suing, saying he was told the ticket was "too damaged" and disallowed for the jackpot.

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Why doesn't 4.9% unemployment feel great?

The U.S. unemployment rate just fell below 5% for the first time since 2008. Normally, this would merit a celebration. But these aren't normal times.

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Genworth Financial laying off 200 employees in Lynchburg

Genworth Financial, which is based in Richmond, will still have 1,000 employees in Lynchburg.

Restaurant preps for Super Bowl Sunday

How much prep goes into Super Bowl Sunday?

It's one of the busiest days of the year for pizza delivery, restaurants and bars; Super Bowl Sunday!

George Washington University

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Applications soar after university drops SAT

George Washington University got rid of its SAT requirement, and applications soared 28%.

This kind of jump is unprecedented, the school said. About 6,000 more students applied compared to the year before.

It also saw a "significant" increase in appl...

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Twitter goes to war against ISIS

Twitter has significantly ramped up its anti-ISIS efforts by shutting down thousands of terrorists' accounts and adding staff to monitor terrorist activity on its network.

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LinkedIn stock plummets 43% on tepid outlook

LinkedIn had been teetering on the edge too long. Investors just knocked it off a cliff.

Shares of LinkedIn tanked on Friday, falling 43% after the company gave a somewhat conservative outlook for the current quarter.

LinkedIn said its sales for the c...

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Obama fights for credit as unemployment rate hits new low

The U.S. unemployment rate dropped Friday to its lowest rate since February 2008 -- and President Barack Obama wants you to know about it.

Making a last-minute appearance in the White House briefing room, Obama made another bid to tout the country's e...

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Citi: Fear the 'oilmageddon' recession

Financial markets are trapped in a "death spiral," according to analysts at Citigroup.

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