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Plus: The IMF projects an economy without the U.S.-China trade war, and Walmart's new direct-to-fridge delivery service.

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The two-decade legal battle with DuPont over a toxic chemical

by Molly Wood and Sean McHenry Oct 15, 2019
In 2017, DuPont settled more than 3,500 personal injury lawsuits for roughly $670 million. The story is being turned into a movie.
Bridges spanning across the Ohio River are seen between West Virginia and Ohio, seen from Parkersburg, West Virginia, where the chemical PFOA leeched into the water supply.
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One School, One Year

Cincinnati's Oyler School tries to rebuild its neighborhood

by Amy Scott Oct 14, 2019
A new plan aims to create housing and jobs.
Cincinnati's Oyler School is on a mission to uplift not just its students, but its neighborhood.
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IMF says U.S.-China tensions impede global growth

by Andy Uhler Oct 15, 2019
0.8% may not sound like a lot, but on a global scale, it's different.
The IMF released a report saying global growth would be larger if the U.S.-China trade war ended. Above, workers prepare a shipping container at a port in the Shandong province of China in January, 2019.
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Why pork prices are driving Chinese inflation

by Andie Corban and Molly Wood Oct 15, 2019
African swine fever has devastated the pig population in the country, where pork is a staple. It's not just food prices that are going up.
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Walmart will deliver groceries directly to some customers' fridges

by Marielle Segarra Oct 15, 2019
The retail will live stream the deliveries to you ... if you're comfortable letting a stranger into your home.
Walmart will deliver groceries directly to your fridge. Above, a Walmart store in Troy, Ohio.
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