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  • Hillary Clinton

    The Democratic presidential candidate is now expected to visit the city the following Sunday.

  • State of Emergency declared in Charlotte after violent protests

    NBC's Jay Gray reports the latest details of the State of Emergency in Charlotte, N.C. following violent protests and a fatal police shooting.

  • Chaos in Charlotte

    Robert Johnson, billionaire entrepreneur, chairman & founder RLJ Companies weighs in on the violent protests in Charlotte and his views on democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

  • A police officer in riot gear stands near a damaged storefront September 21, 2016 in downtown Charlotte, NC.

    NBC’s Sarah Rosario with the latest on the state of emergency declaring in Charlotte after violent protests.

  • CHARLOTTE, N.C.— Charlotte police say man shot during Wednesday night protests has died and homicide investigation has been launched.

  • NEW YORK, Sept 21- Bank of America Corp has settled a lawsuit by a former top female banker who had accused it of being a "bro's club" that favored male employees over women, and punishing her because she complained about questionable activity. Terms of the settlement of Megan Messina's lawsuit were not disclosed in a Wednesday filing in Manhattan federal court.

  • CHARLOTTE, N.C.— Officials: One person taken to hospital in Charlotte with life-threatening injuries from apparent gunshot wound.

  • Trump Jr. said Wednesday in Salt Lake City that his tweet was spurred by his concern as a father about inadequate vetting of people coming into the United States. His remarks came during a visit with editorial boards from the Mormon-owned Deseret News and KSL-TV. Trump Jr. said "We've seen what's going on in Europe.

  • NEW YORK, Sept 20- The U.S. government approved a Wednesday restart for Colonial Pipeline Co's main gasoline pipeline, authorities said on Tuesday, after the line's biggest leak in nearly two decades caused supply shortages that pushed pump prices higher. The largest gasoline conduit in the United States was partially shut down after a leak was discovered on...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 20- The U.S. government gave verbal approval for Colonial Pipeline Co to restart its main gasoline line on Wednesday, a federal official said, after the biggest leak on the line in nearly two decades caused supply shortages and pushed pump prices higher. The largest gasoline conduit in the United States was partially shut down after a leak was...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 20- The U.S. government gave verbal approval for Colonial Pipeline Co to restart its main gasoline line on Wednesday, a federal official said, after the biggest leak on the line in nearly two decades caused supply shortages and pushed pump prices higher. The largest gasoline conduit in the United States was partially shut down after a leak was...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 20- Colonial Pipeline Co said on Tuesday it expects to restart its main gasoline line on Wednesday after its biggest leak in nearly two decades led to long lines and a surge in prices at the pump in the southeast United States. The leak, discovered by a mining inspector who detected a gasoline odor in Helena, Alabama on Sept. 9, released about 6,000 to...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 20- Colonial Pipeline Co said on Tuesday it expects to restart its main gasoline line on Wednesday after its biggest leak in nearly two decades which led to a surge in prices at the pump and long lines in the southeast United States. The leak, discovered by a mining inspector who detected a gasoline odor in Helena, Alabama on Sept. 9, released about 6,000...

  • SAN FRANCISCO/ NEW YORK, Sept 20- U.S. Federal Reserve policymakers are set this week to again cut their forecasts for how high interest rates will need to go in an economy where output, productivity and inflation are growing at a slower pace than in past decades. It was 3.75 percent in June 2015 and 4.25 percent four years ago.

  • PORTLAND, Maine— Maine utility regulators are considering a $500,000 fine against FairPoint Communications for failing to meet minimum service standards for landline customers, but FairPoint contends the standards are both unattainable and unnecessary in the fast-evolving telecom industry. FairPoint, which provides telephone service in Maine, New...

  • A QuikTrip spokesman says 21 of the 37 stores in the Charlotte, North Carolina area were out of unleaded gas Monday afternoon. Chuck Barton said that in metro Atlanta, more than 60 of the 131 QuikTrip stores were also out of unleaded gas Monday afternoon. Gas shortages across the South are blamed on a pipeline rupture near Helena, Alabama.

  • *Wall Street weighed down by bank, energy stocks. NEW YORK, Sept 16- The possibility of a $14 billion fine for Deutsche Bank and a slide in oil prices hit financials and energy stocks on Friday, leading major global stock indexes lower. Stocks fell as investors dumped shares of banks in North America and Europe after the U.S. Department of Justice proposed Deutsche...

  • *Deutsche Bank, Goldman, JPMorgan shares close lower. Sept 16- U.S. stocks fell on Friday as the possibility of a $14 billion fine against Deutsche Bank weighed on big banks and investors wrestled with lingering uncertainty about when the U.S. The settlement proposal, made during negotiations between the U.S. Department of Justice and Deutsche Bank over claims...

  • *Deutsche fine risk weighs on bank stocks. Sept 16- U.S. stocks fell on Friday as the possibility of a $14 billion fine against Deutsche Bank weighed on big banks and investors wrestled with lingering uncertainty about when the U.S. The settlement proposal, made during negotiations between the U.S. Department of Justice and Deutsche Bank over claims that the...

  • Man in apartment, living, real estate

    Within a number of major metro areas, it now costs more to rent an average one-bedroom home than it does to rent a two-bedroom.