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The Department of Transportation announces a new plan to increase the rights and protections of airline passengers.
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Nike has long dominated the running footwear category; but Adidas is starting to close the gap.
Nearly 2 in 3 Americans are limiting their monthly spending, largely to save more money, according to a new study.
Despite warnings and news coverage, phone scammers continue to run very successful "businesses" posing as Internal Revenue Service agents.
The ex-chief executive of Reddit accuses Peter Thiel of funding "violence and hate" with his big donation for Donald Trump.
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As Americans get ready to cast their votes, a lot of them are wondering why opinion polls are showing such a wide range of results.
Hillary Clinton's campaign thinks it has a chance in Arizona, a state that only two Democratic presidential candidates have won since 1948.
IDW Publishing has found early success taking the reins in adapting its own comics for television with series like "Wynonna Earp."
Bizarre craft beers were showcased at the Great American Beer Festival that wowed crowds including beers infused with Cocoa Puffs.
A new San Francisco martini is like virtually everything in the city: expensive. Still, patrons seem to be drinking it up.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said regulations announced Thursday are not meant to target "normal business practices."
A new study finds the average woman will spend 70 percent of her benefit payouts on medical expenses.
Researchers are working on opioids with all the painkilling power of current drugs but with less risk of addiction or overdose.