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Corporate America, not banks, could cause the next recession
US companies have piled on a record-setting $6.3 trillion of debt.
26 minutes ago - CNN Money
Burials begin as deaths from capsized ferry rise to 224
NAIROBI, Kenya - Tanzania's State broadcaster says burials have started of those who died when a ferry capsized on Lake Victoria as the death toll rose to 224. Tanzania...
50 minutes ago - The Seattle Times - 2 articles
US Navy ships & training bases exposed as ‘highest risk' in military sex assault report
Young female service members, especially navy sailors, face the highest risk of sexual assault among all the branches of the US armed forces, the Pentagon's RAND Corporation...
8 hours ago - RT
Nokia cuts 100 jobs from Naperville office
NAPERVILLE, Ill. - Officials say Nokia has laid off about 100 more employees from its suburban Chicago office, bringing the total number of job cuts at the facility over the...
15 hours ago - WGN TV
How a Tech Stock Shakeup on Monday Could Have a Big Impact on ETF Investors
For years, buying exchange-traded funds focused on, say, the technology sector has offered a simple buy-and-hold investment strategy for individual investors who wanted...
15 hours ago - Fortune
Business warming to greener economy that combats climate change
The trends in corporate America, and the environmental movement, are too strong to bend to current anti-environment rhetoric.
16 hours ago - Star Tribune
Walmart sued for alleged discrimination against pregnant workers
Federal regulators have filed a lawsuit against Walmart claiming the retailer forced pregnant workers to take unpaid leave and refused their requests for less physically...
16 hours ago - Think Progress
Tanzania death toll 209 as survivor found in capsized ferry
NAIROBI, Kenya - It was a stunning discovery. As rescue divers probed a capsized Tanzanian ferry two days after the disaster and the death toll soared past 200, a man was found...
17 hours ago - Boston Herald - 2 articles
Comcast Beats Fox for Control of British Broadcaster Sky
The winning bid, in an unusual auction, values Sky at about $39 billion. The company is one of Europe's top television companies.
17 hours ago - NY Times - 6 articles
Vote To Determine Homeless Camp's New Location Delayed
MINNEAPOLIS - Storms hammered the homeless encampment in south Minneapolis overnight, leaving many to clean up and dry out Friday. While the people who call this tent city home...
20 hours ago - CBS
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Stolen smokes: Man gets 20 years for cigarette theft
A Florida man who stole $600 worth of cigarettes from a convenience store has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Marchers demand better protection for British wildlife
LONDON - The animals can't protest so people in London did that for them. Hundreds of marchers demanded better protection for British wildlife at the People's Walk for Wildlife...
UFC Sao Paulo results: Thiago Santos records third-round TKO of Eryk Anders
The Brazilian wins in impressive fashion.
German government seeks to end standoff over spy chief
BERLIN - The leaders of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's governing coalition are trying to resolve a standoff over the future of the country's domestic intelligence chief and...
Get out the needle: Tattoo artists show off their skills
BERLIN - Tattoo fans around the world may be wondering just where their favorite artists are. Wonder no longer: Tattoo experts from 22 countries are showing off their skills at...
Father, son accused of killing neighbor over dispute about box spring
Police said a father and son who killed a neighbor were taken into custody again Friday after a court reviewed their bonds and raised them to $250,000 each.
California Launches New Effort To Fight Election Disinformation
The state's new Office of Election Cybersecurity will focus on combating social media campaigns that try to confuse voters or discourage them from not casting ballots. (Image...
Longtime lawmaker quits re-election race amid daughter's inappropriate...
The Minnesota state representative called the claims "indescribably hurtful" and said he dropped out of the race so he could work toward healing his family.
US considers restrictions on green cards for immigrants receiving public...
The Trump administration may deny green cards to legal immigrants, both living in the US or just seeking to enter, if they have been dependent on certain public benefits, like...
Iran-backed militias accused of reign of fear in Iraqi Basra
BASRA, Iraq - Activists say powerful Iranian-backed militias that control Iraq's oil capital of Basra have waged a campaign of intimidation and arbitrary arrests to silence...