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  • The top 10 songs and albums on the iTunes Store Tuesday, 31 Mar 2015 | 12:59 PM ET

    1. Uptown Funk, Mark Ronson. 3. Thinking Out Loud, Ed Sheeran. 7. FourFiveSeconds, Rihanna, Kanye West& Paul McCartney.

  • A look at top car, truck speed limits across the US Tuesday, 31 Mar 2015 | 10:59 AM ET

    Nearly all truck tires have been built for a maximum sustained speed of 75 mph since the middle of last decade, when drivers across the vast majority of the U.S. were allowed to go no faster than 65 or 70 mph. But 14 states, mainly west of the Mississippi River, now have speed limits of 75, 80, even 85 mph in part of Texas. Here is a look at the top speed limits for cars in...

  • That's the plan for economic development in this otherwise sleepy town of Trimble, tucked away among the corn and soybean fields of northwestern Tennessee. Ballard, the proprietor of the Full Throttle Saloon in Sturgis, South Dakota, wants to bring the biker party vibe back to his Tennessee home town by catering to hot rods, custom motorcycles and live concerts...

  • The policy adopted by American Pharmacists Association delegates at their annual meeting Monday makes an ethical stand against providing such drugs, saying they run contrary to the role of pharmacists as health care providers. "Now there is unanimity among all health professions in the United States who represent anybody who might be asked to be involved in...

  • US pharmacist group moves to block execution drugs Monday, 30 Mar 2015 | 6:44 PM ET
    Hypodermic needle filled from vial

    A national pharmacists' group has adopted a policy discouraging its members from providing death-penalty drugs.

  • The declaration approved by American Pharmacists Association delegates at their annual meeting held in San Diego this year says the practice of providing lethal-injection drugs is contrary to the role of pharmacists as health care providers. "Now there is unanimity among all health professions in the United States who represent anybody who might be asked...

  • A lawyer for the Securities and Exchange Commission told an administrative judge in New York that the trader, Joseph Ruggieri, made more than $117,000 in profits for Wells Fargo by trading healthcare company stocks ahead of ratings changes by one of the bank's analysts. Paul Ryan, Ruggieri's lawyer, called the SEC's case circumstantial, and said the regulator...

  • NEW YORK, March 30- Morgan Stanley has agreed to sell a compressed natural gas business that came under regulatory scrutiny shortly after its launch last year, according to a document obtained by Reuters and three people familiar with the matter. Two Morgan Stanley managers who were involved with Wentworth, Alberto Chiesara and Ryan Comerford, are leaving to...

  • NASHVILLE, Tenn.— Healthways' board has decided against selling the company after reviewing its strategic options to boost shareholder value. Healthways Inc. announced the review in January. Nashville, Tennessee- based Healthways advises customers including employers, health systems and health plans on behavioral changes that can be made to improve health.

  • Exelon Corp., operator of the largest fleet of U.S. nuclear plants, says it could have to close three of them if Illinois rejects the company's pitch to let it recoup more from consumers since the plants do not produce greenhouse gases. Chicago- based Exelon essentially wants to change the rules of the state's power market as the nuclear industry competes with...

  • Better economy awakens house dreamers Friday, 27 Mar 2015 | 1:00 PM ET

    Luxury building is again booming in the traditionally high-end parts of the country, like the Hamptons, as the economy continues to improve.

  • March 26- Personal information gathered by RadioShack Corp from shoppers is not included in its sale, the consumer privacy ombudsman in the electronics retailer's bankruptcy case said in response to concerns shared by several states that the data could be sold. Her letter came as Oregon and Pennsylvania on Wednesday joined Texas and Tennessee in objecting...

  • WASHINGTON— The Department of Energy is reviving a vehicle loan program it pledged to retool after criticism it funded flops and wasted taxpayer money. The department announced Thursday it has reached a conditional, $259 million loan agreement with aluminum manufacturer Alcoa. Last year, Moniz said the department would make changes to the vehicle loan...

  • 'American Idol'-like talent competition app launches Thursday, 26 Mar 2015 | 8:59 AM ET

    LOS ANGELES— For anyone who's ever dreamed of being on "American Idol" or "The Voice" as a performer or judge, a new app seeks to make their fantasy come true. The talent competition app "Chosen" from David Hyman, the former CEO of Beats Music, is launching Thursday for invitees on Apple devices. The winner will be announced in June and be given a chance to perform on stage at...

  • MEMPHIS, Tenn.— Fred's Inc. booked an $8.2 million fourth-quarter loss as a rise in expenses countered a small sales gain, and the discount retailer continued working to improve its performance. That met Wall Street expectations, according to the average estimate of four analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research. Four analysts surveyed by Zacks expected...

  • House Roll Call: Republicans approve conservative budget Wednesday, 25 Mar 2015 | 7:19 PM ET

    The 228-199 roll call Wednesday by which the House passed a conservative budget that relies on nearly $5 trillion in cuts to eliminate deficits over the next decade, calls for repealing the health care law and envisions transformations of the tax code and Medicare. Republicans— Aderholt, Y; Brooks, Y; Byrne, Y; Palmer, Y; Roby, Y; Rogers, Y. Republicans— Crawford, N; Hill, Y;...

  • Obama ready to sign bill revamping Medicare doctor fees Wednesday, 25 Mar 2015 | 1:58 PM ET

    WASHINGTON— President Barack Obama said Wednesday he's ready to sign "good, bipartisan" legislation protecting physicians from steep cuts in Medicare reimbursements and bolstering health programs for children and the poor as Senate Democrats seemed to soften their opposition to the package. The bill is a scarce Capitol Hill commodity: a bipartisan...

  • WASHINGTON— An extraordinary bipartisan accord between House Speaker John Boehner and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is letting both parties exhale as they move toward permanently ending the nagging annual threat of Medicare cuts to physicians. For Boehner, R- Ohio, the package announced Tuesday lets him claim a rare if modest bipartisan pact to strengthen...

  • Earnings for life insurers slid 11 percent in the most recent quarter, according to Moody's Investors Service, and long-term care was the chief culprit. Four of the five largest providers— including Manulife and MetLife— have either scaled back their business or stopped selling new policies, according to Moody's. The largest provider, Genworth Financial,...

  • An attorney for the New York and Tennessee Republican parties urged the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to toss out the Securities and Exchange Commission's rule, saying it tramples on the free speech rights of asset managers. He cited a sworn statement submitted by Tennessee state Senator Jim Tracy, who testified that his campaign was hurt by...