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Ford pays $19M to settle claims on fuel economy, payload

Ford pays $19M to settle claims on fuel economy, payload


Free the Growlers

Some Jif peanut butter products linked to salmonella cases

Final-hour rally yanks Wall Street from maw of bear market

FDA head: Baby formula factory could reopen by next week

Consumers shift again, flummoxing big retailers like Target

McDonald's to sell Russia business, exit country

Musk puts Twitter buy on hold, casting doubt on $44B deal


Hyundai recalls 215K Sonatas; faulty hoses can leak fuel


Twin Ports prepares for cruise ships

Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

As gas prices hit records, here's how to get better mileage

Musk says he's 'aligned' with EU approach to digital rules
Tesla recalls 130K vehicles; touch screens can go blank
Wall Street's losses worsen as markets tumble worldwide
Biden announces program offering discounted internet service
US added 428,000 jobs in April despite surging inflation
US mortgage rates rise; 30-year at 5.27%, highest since 2009
Musk gets $7B backing for Twitter bid from tech heavyweights
Federal interest rate hike causes home buyer frustration
Google Assistant is now available on Samsung's Galaxy Watch 4

Instagram's new look, TikTok's creator revenue, and Google Assistant on Smart Watches


Apple increasing production, Amazon's new program and Whatsapp updates
Twitter Crackdown, Tiktok's New Gaming Feature and Albertson's Smart Shopping
Facebook's virtual world, Snapchat's new usernames and Peloton's video games
Google privacy changes, Twitter's 'Good Bots' and BMW's new designs
Apple tracking, MoviePass, virtual Tinder dating
U.S. births increased by 1% in 2021.

US births rose last year but still less than before pandemic


Theories emerge for mysterious liver illnesses in children
Tic—talking with students about ticks
African scientists baffled by monkeypox cases in Europe, US
"Nurses Night Out:" Essentia's nontraditional way to recruit RNs
CDC urge Pfizer booster for children ages 5 to 11
Credit card companies have to give 45-day notice before an interest rate change.

What the Fed interest rate hike may mean for your credit cards

Credit card interest rates may follow the Federal Reserve and increase soon, but Barry Bigelow with Great Waters Financial said credit card companies have to give 45-day notice before that happens. 


Intuit to pay $141M settlement over 'free' TurboTax ads

Fed raises key rate by a half-point in bid to tame inflation

Gearing up for summer: advantages of buying used outdoor gear

Google adds ways to keep personal info private in searches

A key inflation gauge jumped 6.6% in March, most since 1982

Top Democrats push for federal crackdown on high gas prices

FDA issues plan to ban menthol in cigarettes, cigars

US economy shrank by 1.4% in Q1 but consumers kept spending

The Northland's film industry could help the economy grow in the future

Work underway for the historical mine tour across NE Minnesota

Volunteers getting ready for visitors at Hull Rust Mine View

New crusher could help mining companies replace aging infrastructure

Students return to the Iron Range Science and Engineering Festival

Biden to sign police order on Floyd anniversary: AP sources

Biden to sign police order on Floyd anniversary: AP sources

Scientists will set 1,000 traps for murder hornets this year

The Asian giant hornet, AKA: murder hornet, Photo Date: December 2009

15 people killed, including 14 students at a Texas elementary school

15 people killed, including 14 students at a Texas elementary school

Ford pays $19M to settle claims on fuel economy, payload

Ford pays $19M to settle claims on fuel economy, payload

Feds: Ohio man plotted trip to Texas to kill George W. Bush

Former President George W. Bush, File

Georgia voters navigate rules passed after 2020 election

Voters in Georgia head to the polls Tuesday to decide the hotly contested primary races for governor and U.S. Senate.