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Spotify says Apple is making it harder for the streaming music company to compete by blocking its newest version, Recode reports.
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, a top potential Vice President pick for Hillary Clinton, took $160,000 worth of legal gifts while in office, Politico reported.
As the Fourth of July weekend approaches, an energy analyst is expecting the highest demand for gasoline we've ever seen.
The National Weather Service is creating an office dedicated to 'understanding and predicting' floods and droughts.
Amazon is entering into the world of perishable private-label foods, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The FEC has posted no record of Donald Trump converting his loans to donations, despite Trump saying he would. NBC News reports.
The "all clear" was given after a report of an active shooter at Joint Base Andrews.
Now that Uber and Lyft are gone, more people in Austin are using a little-known service provided by Luxe. Recode reports.
U.S. President Barack Obama is tired of hearing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump described as a populist.
Amazon has finally lifted the lid on its second-annual Prime Day sale, which it's touting as the "biggest Amazon event ever."
Americans want self-driving cars, but they do not want the "brains" of those vehicles to come from automakers, a survey has found.
Just 13 percent of people said they personally viewed Zika as a major threat, but most knew it is dangerous to pregnant women.
The country is now effectively evenly split when it comes to how the Affordable Care Act is viewed.
Hertz is hoping new agreements with ride-hailing operators Uber and Lyft will help the rental car company squeeze more money out of older cars.
Divorced retirees may be able to up their monthly Social Security checks if they can claim higher benefits off a former spouse instead.
Brexit may torpedo any chance of a return to positive earnings growth for the S&P 500 for the year.
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