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Facebook is launching a new cryptocurrency called Libra.

Facebook to Launch Its Own Cryptocurrency


Target to Offer Same-day Delivery For $9.99 Per Order

Ford Recalls 1.3M Vehicles for Suspension, Transmission Woes

States Sue to Stop $26.5B Sprint-T-Mobile Deal

Program Expands Computer Science Instruction in Wisconsin

Report: FTC to Lead Possible Facebook Antitrust Probe

Consumer Alert: Food Recalls for Your Weekend

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US holds CBD Hearing as Fans, Sellers Await Legal Carity


GM to invest $24M to expand truck production in Indiana


LG Celebrates Opening of First US Washing Machine Plant

Sports Illustrated Magazine Sold for $110 M

Young Homebuyers Scramble as Prices Rise Faster than Incomes

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Women's Clothing Chain Dressbarn to Close All 650 Stores
Ford is Cutting 7,000 White-collar Jobs
Walmart Ups the Delivery Game with Next Day Shipping
Walmart Raises Minimum Age to Buy Tobacco to 21
US Probes Inadvertent Side Air Bag Deployment on Mazda SUVs
Survey Suggests Economic Growth Ahead for Midwest, Plains
Zuckerberg Unveils New Facebook Interface
Canada Privacy Watchdog Taking Facebook to Court
A British Parliamentary report released Monday says Facebook deliberately broke privacy and competition laws. A professor tried out his old Apple IIe computer, from about 30 years ago, and it still worked.

Tech Bytes: Facebook Britain, Old Apple Computer


Tech Bytes: Apple Camera Patent, Facebook Petitions
Tech Bytes: "Razr" Returning, Self Driving Grocery Stores
Tech Bytes: Nissan Leaf, Google Doodle Winner
Tech Bytes: Amazon Passes Microsoft, Robot Delivers Bread
Tech Bytes: Apple Loss, Segway Deliveries
Michigan Opioid Prescriptions Down 15 Percent Last Year

Michigan Opioid Prescriptions Down 15 Percent Last Year


Marijuana Use Doubles in US Pregnant Women to 1 in 14
US Preschoolers Less Pudgy in Latest Sign of Falling Obesity
Drug Step Therapy Proposal Headed to Evers
New York Ends Religious Exemptions to Vaccine Mandates
Walz Open to Special Session to Address Insulin Costs
Kohl's is now going to accept Amazon returns at all of its stores, starting in July.

Kohl's to Accept Amazon Returns at All Stores in July

If you're worried about returning your Amazon product, you can leave those worries at Kohl's. That's because the department store chain wll be accepting returns and even pack them up for you, starting in July.


Walgreens to Hike Minimum Age for Store Tobacco Sales

Samsung Delays Folding Phone Launch after Breaking Issues

Brands Roll with Stoner 'Holiday' as Pot Legalization Grows

Honda Cutting Accord, Civic Production as Buyers Shift to SUVs

300K Dodge Vehicles Recalled Due to 'Roll Away' Risk

Facebook Says More Instagram Passwords Exposed than Thought

Mainstream Retailers Embrace CBD Despite Murky Status

Mazda Recalls Nearly 190K Cars due to Failing Wipers

Recall: Salmonella Cases Linked to Pre-cut Melon

U.S. Steel Idling Blast Furnaces

New Shovel at Minntac Represents Investment in Future

Inspector General to Audit EPA's Review of PolyMet Permit

Documents: EPA Officials Concluded PolyMet Draft Permit Would Violate Federal Law

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Fed Holds Interest Rates Steady

Fed Holds Interest Rates Steady

Survey Sees Biggest US Honeybee Winter Die-Off Yet

Survey Sees Biggest US Honeybee Winter Die-Off Yet

AP Investigation: Many US Jails Fail to Stop Inmate Suicides

An AP/Capital News Service examination raises troubling questions about whether suicides in jails could have been avoided.

40 Evacuated after Attack on Iraq Exxon Site

40 Evacuated after Attack on Iraq Exxon Site

Turkey's Erdogan Claims Ex-Egyptian President was Killed

Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi died Monday in a courtroom.

South Korea to Send 50,000 Tons of Rice to North Korea

South Korea to Send 50,000 Tons of Rice to North Korea

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