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Soggy East Coast Communities Prepare For Even More Rain

Seven states are under flash flood watches as more rain is in the forecast in areas still recovering from weekend storms. The National Weather Service reports there could be an additional two to three inches of rain falling through tonight. The states in question? Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York.

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DEMI LOVATOOD LIKELY TRIGGERED BY OXY LACED WITH FENTANYL

Sources say Demi's the drug dealer had a bad habit of buying dirty drugs from Mexico ... and the batch in question appeared to be laced with fentanyl and that's the same drug that killed Prince. 

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Oreos for Lefties

In honor of International Left Handers Day Oreos has created a limited edition bag especially made for people that are left handed.  

Starting August 13 you can get a limited edition box of Oreo cookies designed for lefties. The packaging has a flap on the right side of the pack, rather than the left one, making it easier for southpaws to open.

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GOOGLE TRACKS YOU EVEN IF LOCATION HISTORY'S OFF

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"Sign in to your Google account on a browser on iOS or your desktop, or through the Android settings menu. In the browser, access your account settings by finding Google Account in the dropdown in the upper right-hand corner, then head to Personal Info & Privacy, choose Go to My Activity, then in the left-hand nav click Activity Controls. Once there you'll see the setting called Web & App Activity, which you can toggle off."

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Uber Moving Forward With Fleet Of Flying Cars

Uber is one step closer to getting its fleet of flying cars off the ground. Last year, Uber unveiled its future plan for flying taxis. Now, the ride-hailing company's aviation program Uber-Air is teaming up with the University of Texas and the U.S. Army Research Laboratory to make that a reality.

The team will design new rotor technology that's needed to help the vehicles take flight with cruising altitudes of one-thousand to two-thousand feet and speeds up to 200 miles-per-hour.

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