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Facebook Says Bug May Have Exposed User Photos to Developers

Facebook Says Bug May Have Exposed User Photos to Developers


Toyota Recalls Nearly 143,000 SUV's and Pickup Trucks

Apple Announces Plan to Build $1 Billion Campus in Texas

Former WDIO News Anchor Dennis Anderson Shirt is Kind to Trees of Hope

Christmas Tree Farmers Combat Popularity of Artificial Trees

Italian Restaurant in Superior to Close

Farm Bill Exempts Pure Maple, Honey from Added Sugars Label

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Some Jimmy Dean Sausage Links Recalled over Metal Pieces


Cloquet Goodwill Closing Dec. 22


Google Accelerates Plus Closure after Another Privacy Lapse

Musk Suggests Tesla's New Chairwoman Won't Rein Him In

Average US Price of Gas Drops 22 Cents Per Gallon to $2.51

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EKG, Other Heart Health Features Come to Apple Watch
Shopko Closing 39 Stores in 19 States
Recall of Infant Ibuprofen Sold at Walmart, CVS and Family Dollar
More US Beef Being Recalled over Salmonella Fears
Elm Pet Foods, Others Recall Dog Food over Vitamin D
Doctors Tout Blocks and Boxes over High-Tech Toys
Marriott Data Breach Among Largest Ever
US Consumer Spending Up Strong 0.6 Percent in October
Facebook reportedly gave tech giants greater access to users' data.

Tech Bytes: Facebook Data Access, Chrome Back Button


Tech Bytes: Next-gen GPS, Holiday Shipping
Tech Bytes: Google+ Shutting Down, Instagram Walkie Talkie
Tech Bytes: New AirPods, 'Thank u, Next' Record
Tech Bytes: NASA Private Companies, YouTube Stories
Tech Bytes: iPhone Tariffs, Cyber Monday Record
The nation's top doctor says teen use of e-cigarettes is at an epidemic level.

US Surgeon General Warns of Teen Risks from E-Cigarettes


Free Enrollment Help Offered Ahead of MNsure Deadline
Alleged Ringleader in Opioid Scheme Jailed Without Bond
Monkey in My Chair Program Helps Aiden and Classmates
Number of Abortions Rises Slightly in Wisconsin
Record Count Reported for Mysterious Paralyzing Illness

US New-Home Sales Plunged 8.9 Percent in October

Sales of new U.S. homes plummeted 8.9 percent in October, as the number of newly built, unsold homes sitting on the market climbed to its highest level since 2009.


Kwik Trip Recalls Parfaits with Trace Tree Nuts

Officials: It's OK to Eat Some Romaine Lettuce Again

Cyber Monday Not Only for Big Box Stores

AP Investigation: Spinal-Cord Stimulators Help Some Patients, Injure Others

Bank to Let Customers Keep Mistakenly-Dispensed $100 Bills

US Home Sales Rise 1.4 Percent, Snap 6-Month Losing Streak

Why a Salmonella Outbreak Shouldn't Ruin Your Thanksgiving

Jennie-O Recalling Ground Turkey in Salmonella Outbreak

Gobble Gobble: Low Turkey Prices Cut Thanksgiving Meal Cost

Indiana Cites US Steel for Foamy Discharge in November

Ore Shipments Continue Catching Up after Slow Start

Environmental Groups Appeal PolyMet Permits

ArcelorMittal Steelworkers Ratify Labor Contract

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Elon Musk Allows Rides on Underground Tunnel

Elon Musk has unveiled his underground transportation tunnel, allowing invited guests to take some of the first rides ever on the tech entrepreneur's solution to

Trump Hails Passage of Criminal Justice Bill

President Trump is hailing Senate passage of a sweeping criminal justice bill. It passed the Senate by an 87-12 vote Tuesday night.

Judge Delays Sentencing for Former Trump Adviser Flynn

Sentencing of former national security adviser Michael Flynn has been delayed.

Trump Administration Moves to Ban Bump Stocks

The Trump administration is moving to ban bump stocks.

Trump Foundation Reaches Deal to Dissolve amid Lawsuit

President Donald Trump's charitable foundation is shutting down.

Chicago Police: 2 Officers Dead After Being Struck By Train

Chicago police say two officers investigating a shots-fired call on the city's far South Side have died after being struck by a train.

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