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Facing a public backlash, big builder D.R. Horton has decided not to hold on to mining or gas extraction rights under homes it builds and sells.
When a former munitions demonstration site and military training facility in Florida gets a new lease on life, complications arise for the area's residents.
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Another building bites the dust — or, that is, sinks into a hole in the limestone.
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