Argentina’s Lionel Messi celebrates scoring a goal against Bosnia during a World Cup match last month. Reuters
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A survey has found that many people find it difficult to leave their work behind, even while on vacation. Illustration by Troy Becker / The Forum
Step away from the phone ... Survey: Many find it hard to leave work behind even while they’re on vacation
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Jun 27, 2014; Independence, OH, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers first round pick Andrew Wiggins (21) is introduced by head coach David Blatt (left) and general manager David Griffin at Cleveland Clinic Courts. David Richard-USA TODAY Sports
LeBron deal leads to Love-for-Wiggins trade speculation
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Cleveland Cavaliers LeBron James pauses during play against the Boston Celtics during the second quarter in Game 3 of their NBA Eastern Conference playoff basketball series in Boston in this file photo taken May 7, 2010. James is going home by signing with the NBA
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July 11, 2014 - 11:55am
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Cy Keller, one of the inventors of the original three-wheeled loader, approves of the one-millionth Bobcat skid-steer loader, which rolled off the production line Saturday in Gwinner, N.D. Keller and his late brother, Louis, built the first loader in Minnesota in 1957 before partnering with Melroe Manufacturing a year later. The ceremony was held at the Gwinner production facility where 1,230 people are employed. Nick Wagner / The Forum
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