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  • Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, Presidential Candidates

    NBC News' Edward Lawrence reports on open primary day in The Hoosier State as Ted Cruz attempts to unseat Donald Trump, and Bernie Sanders is determined not to bow out of the race.

  • President Barack Obama speaks during the White House Correspondents' Association annual dinner on April 30, 2016 at the Washington Hilton hotel in Washington, DC.

    President Obama poked fun at Democrats and the GOP during his final White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, The NYT reports.

  • Speaking to reporters in Indianapolis, Cruz's comments come amid reports that the U.S. senator from Texas is vetting former business executive Carly Fiorina as a possible vice presidential pick.

  • Businesswoman with rainbow-patterned top

    North Carolina business leaders called for a repeal of a new state law they blamed for mounting economic losses.

  • WINSTON-SALEM, N.C./ NEW YORK April 19- North Carolina business leaders on Tuesday called for a repeal of a new state law they blamed for mounting economic losses as opponents cancel jobs and events over concerns that it discriminates against gay and transgender people. "This legislation is bad for business and bad for North Carolina," the chamber said in a...

  • CHICAGO, April 14- Hedge funds and commodity investors are turning up the heat in U.S. grain markets, with open interest, volume and prices surging as traders plow money into a sector that has been dull, burdened by an oversupply of crops. "The funds are like mosquitoes to a light in the middle of the night when volatility starts spiking," said Tregg Cronin, market...

  • *Oil hits four-month high on commodities rally. *Financials higher ahead of bank earnings. April 11- Wall Street edged higher on Monday as oil prices climbed while financial shares gained ahead of a big week of earnings results from banks.

  • April 8- Vertellus Specialties Inc, a U.S. manufacturer of agricultural chemicals such as pyridine, is in talks to cut a deal with its lenders after missing a debt interest payment, according to people familiar with the matter. Weak agricultural markets, combined with overcapacity and increased competition from China, have hit the chemical company, owned by...

  • *Analysts say aim of probe is to curb China exports. *China metal producers have been turning abroad as economy slows. April 6- The U.S. International Trade Commission said on Wednesday it had launched an investigation into the U.S. aluminum industry and the global trade in the metal, a move that analysts said was aimed at staunching a steady flow of exports from...

  • CHICAGO, April 5- U.S. soybean futures on Tuesday extended a setback from the nearly eight-month highs reached a day earlier, as wet weather fueled projections that farmers will plant more fields with the oilseed than previously expected. South and Midwest could prompt growers to switch 1 million to 2 million acres of land to soybeans that they had initially...

  • CHICAGO, April 5- U.S. soybean futures on Tuesday extended a setback from the nearly eight-month highs reached a day earlier, as wet weather fuelled projections that farmers will plant more fields with the oilseed than previously expected. Rainy, cool conditions in the southern and Midwestern United States could prompt growers to switch 1 million to 2 million...

  • *Wall St pares some gains as oil retreats. NEW YORK, March 30- An index of global stocks on Wednesday climbed to its highest point of the year while the dollar weakened as easing concerns about rising interest rates led investors into riskier assets. They are taking one of the fears basically off the table at this point in terms of rising interest rates, "said Chuck...

  • March 30- Giordano's, the Chicago- based restaurant chain famous for the city's stuffed deep-dish pizza, is exploring selling itself, according to people familiar with the matter. Victory Park Capital Advisors declined to comment, while Giordano's and Piper Jaffray did not respond to requests for comment. Victory Park Capital Advisors acquired the chain for...

  • March 30- Insurer Chubb Ltd said on Wednesday it has added coverage to help U.S. victims of cyber bullying pay for costs, including mental health treatment, legal expenses and lost wages. Last year an article in the medical journal JAMA Pediatrics reported that about a quarter of U.S. adolescents had experienced cyber bullying through social media,.

  • *Wall St rallies as fears of imminent rate hike fade. *Oil jumps on Wall Street rally, weak dollar. NEW YORK, March 30- An index of global stocks on Wednesday charged to its highest point since the start of the year, while the dollar weakened, as easing concerns about rising interest rates led investors into riskier assets.

  • LONDON, March 24- China still holds the key to balancing the global primary aluminium market. However, with all eyes on what is happening in China, it's easy to overlook a trend of rising production in the rest of the world. But while production is declining in the United States and Brazil, new capacity is simultaneously firing up elsewhere.

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    Several food items have been recalled this week, including junk food favorites like pizza and chicken nuggets.

  • The stay does affect interim rates set by the FCC in 2013.. Prison phone companies had sued the FCC, asking the court to overturn the rate cut. "While we regret that relief from high inmate calling rates will be delayed for struggling families and their 2.7 million children trying to stay in touch with a loved one, we are gratified that costly and burdensome...

  • EON Sports VR

    Athletes from a range of sports, including football, baseball and golf, are now using virtual reality to supplement training.

  • WILMINGTON, Del., March 2- The operator of a 41- mile Texas toll road connecting San Antonio to Austin filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Wednesday due to dwindling cash, according to court documents. SH 130 Concession Co LLC, which operates the section of state highway 130, is jointly owned by the Cintra unit of Spain's Ferrovial SA and Zachry American...