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This LA men's clothing company saw a sudden boost in sales because of Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
What has undermined faith in our economic system and the very values needed to sustain it? Steve Odland has the answer.
Saudi Arabia's late King Abdullah paid some of the money out of his private funds, the BBC reported.
The takeover is the latest flare-up in a decades-old conflict over the U.S. government's control of millions acres of land in the West.
RJ Mical, director of games at Google, says the next generation of games will have built-in machine intelligence.
About 15 percent of Americans list pizza as their favorite comfort food, according to a Harris Poll study.
The cash was a gift and there was no need for Prime Minister Najib Razak to explain what it was for, Malaysia's attorney general said.
Ex-CEO Shkreli will talk to his followers on social media, but not to Congress, which is asking for testimony on drug prices. The NYT reports.
A gun-store owner and his son were killed in a shootout with two customers after an argument over a $25 firearm repair fee.
A major sports gambling website suspended betting for a mixed doubles match, raising new suspicions of match fixing, the NYT reports.
The wife of one of five missing Hong Kong booksellers said she met with her husband in China, according to the Hong Kong police.
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Kevin Zaborney, founder of National Hugging Day, says hugging has many benefits, which include alleviating stress and healing sicknesses.
After Wednesday's shootings at a Pakistan university, attention has focused on the two staff members who took up arms to protect themselves.
Allegations of China abducting Hong Kong booksellers have gained momentum in recent days, with one expert saying it may not be an isolated incident.
Singapore said it arrested 27 Bangladeshi workers under the Internal Security Act for allegedly encouraging armed jihad against Bangladesh's government.
An estimated 3,500 people, mainly women and children, are being held as slaves in Iraq by Islamic State militants, the United Nations said on Tuesday.
The controversial former drug exec, facing fraud charges, is also objecting to being a called a "pharma bro."
Richard Fain, chairman and CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises, talks about the company's strategic partnership with Forbidden City, and its appeal to Chinese tourists.
Afif was an inmate in a high-security Indonesian jail when he transformed from aspiring radical Islamist to soldier for Islamic State.