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  • WASHINGTON, May 16- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected Exxon Mobil Corp's appeal of a $236 million judgment against the oil company in a case brought by the state of New Hampshire over groundwater contamination linked to a gasoline additive. Exxon argued in its appeal that its due process rights were violated because New Hampshire had not proved the...

  • WASHINGTON, May 16- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected Exxon Mobil Corp's appeal of a $236 million judgment against the oil company in a case brought by the state of New Hampshire over groundwater contamination linked to a gasoline additive.

  • *Helping support the early rebound, oil prices were steady after the International Energy Agency said it expects a significant reduction in supplies later this year. *Wall Street dropped on Wednesday as feeble quarterly reports from Walt Disney, Macy's and Fossil undermined confidence across the consumer sector. Monsanto was up 4.9 percent at $94.75 after...

  • "While the regulatory clarity provided by California, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and New York put many of last quarter's headwinds behind us, we do not expect to be able to make up for the decline in MW booked in Q1 2016," the company said in a statement. SolarCity said net loss attributable to shareholders increased to $25 million, or 25 cents per share, in the first...

  • NEW YORK, May 9- The yen tumbled against the U.S. dollar on Monday as Japan signalled it was ready to intervene in the currency market, while a drop in oil prices undercut stocks. Europe's broad stock index gained, supported by a 1.1- percent rise for Germany's DAX index amid positive news for the country's economy. "Today, really you're seeing just that...

  • *US stocks edge up after Fed statement. NEW YORK, April 27- Wall Street stocks edged up, U.S Treasury debt yields fell, and oil prices rose to the highest level of the year on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve signalled it was in no hurry to change policy. "The big takeaway here is they continued to be positive on the domestic economy," said John Bailer, senior portfolio...

  • Fed stands pat on rates, keeps door open on June hike. NEW YORK, April 27- Longer-dated U.S. "The curve is flattening here, which is what has happened in the past when the Fed was on a tightening path," said Don Ellenberger, head of multi-sector strategies at Federated Investors in Pittsburgh.

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    Law enforcement agencies nationwide are being hit with ransomware viruses, NBCNews reports.

  • WASHINGTON, April 25- Billionaire environmental activist Tom Steyer's super PAC launched a $25 million youth voter drive on Monday in seven political battleground states to help elect candidates that champion climate change policies in November's general election. Those states are Pennsylvania, Iowa, Ohio, New Hampshire, Nevada, Illinois and Colorado.

  • The news agency also reported that the organization had sometimes recycled exams in the United States, including last January. Reuters found that tests were also reused in the United States during special midweek sittings, on Sundays and during makeup exams, even though some questions and answers from those tests had been discussed online.

  • The news agency also reported that the organization had sometimes recycled exams in the United States, including last January. Reuters found that tests were also reused in the United States during special midweek sittings, on Sundays and during makeup exams, even though some questions and answers from those tests had been discussed online.

  • Taxes states

    Some states are better than others at giving their residents returns on their tax dollars. WalletHub.com takes a look

  • *Emigrated from Hungary to U.S. SAN FRANCISCO, March 21- Andy Grove, the Silicon Valley elder statesman who made Intel into the world's top chipmaker and helped usher in the personal computer age, died on Tuesday at age 79, Intel said. The company did not describe the circumstances of his death but Grove, who endured the Nazi occupation of Hungary during World War Two,...

  • Small business

    Deciding where to start or build your business? Take a look at these biz-friendly ones.

  • CHICAGO, March 10- Seniors living in Manhattan spend an average of nearly 25 days a year at doctor visits or at a hospital. The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice recently issued a report card on how the United States provides healthcare to seniors by region. Using Medicare enrollment and claims data from 2012, the report compares...

  • WASHINGTON, March 7- Hillary Clinton's vow to regulate oil and gas fracking almost out of existence was met with skepticism Monday, failing to convince either industry or environment groups that she would- or could- end the controversial drilling practice if she becomes president. The front-runner for the Democratic party nomination used a debate in Flint,...

  • But neighboring Nevada scrapped the policy- prompting solar companies to flee the state. More than 25 of the 40 U.S. states with net metering policies are reconsidering them, according to the North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center at North Carolina State University. For most customers, net metering and other incentives are essential to make solar power...

  • Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton

    As Hillary and Bernie battle it out in the Democratic primaries, this just may be her "ace in the hole" for securing the nomination.

  • Democratic Presidential Candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) campaigns at Chicago State University February 25, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois.

    On Super Tuesday, Bernie Sanders' campaign faces a do or die moment, says media strategist Mark Macias. Here's why.

  • Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz

    America may have a serious case of debate fatigue but they're actually really important, explains Ryan King.