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  • INDIANAPOLIS— Greg Pence, one of Vice President's Mike Pence's older brothers, files document indicating run for Congress in Indiana.

  • Anthem has found a new partner to help run prescription drug coverage after the Blue Cross- Blue Shield insurer's rocky relationship with Express Scripts ends. The nation's second-largest insurer says it will create a pharmacy benefits manager called IngenioRx starting in 2020 and will work with CVS Health Corp. to manage the business.

  • BOSTON— Mayors from Toledo to Tulsa are so eager to woo Amazon's much-vaunted second headquarters that they're brandishing bourbon, selling the sun, whispering sweet nothings to the company and even pushing its buttons. The Associated Press talked to the leaders of more than 50 cities or metropolitan regions about the different ways they're showcasing...

  • INDIANAPOLIS— Long-struggling Gary, Indiana, is hoping to stand out in Amazon's search for a second headquarters site by offering a chance to pull the city from its decades of economic decline that's left it with among the country's highest poverty rates. Indianapolis- area leaders are also making a pitch to Amazon, but aren't talking about what they'll be...

  • President Donald Trump is leaning toward naming former pharmaceutical industry executive Alex Azar as his pick to lead the Department of Health and Human Services, Politico reported on Tuesday, citing two White House officials. Azar also clerked for U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia and was a partner at Washington law firm Wiley, Rein and...

  • OAKLAND, California, Oct 17- The two Honduran women told nearly identical stories to the immigration courts: Fear for their lives and for the lives of their children drove them to seek asylum in the United States. Unaware of each others plight, both fled with their children, making the dangerous trek across Mexico. Sandra Gutierrez joined her husband in California,...

  • WASHINGTON— Millions of Social Security recipients and other retirees will get a 2 percent increase in benefits next year, the largest increase since 2012, thought it comes to only $25 a month for the average beneficiary. The cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, affects benefits for more than 70 million U.S. residents, including Social Security recipients,...

  • In its monthly crop production report, USDA also raised its domestic corn production outlook as record yields in areas outside the major producing states boosted the size of the overall harvest. USDA pegged the corn harvest at 14.280 billion bushels, based on an average yield of 171.8 bushels per acre. USDA said it expected record yields in Alabama, Georgia,...

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 12- The U.S. Agriculture Department on Thursday bumped up its domestic corn production outlook as record yields in areas outside the major producing states boosted the size of the overall harvest. In its monthly crop production report, USDA pegged the corn harvest at 14.280 billion bushels, based on an average yield of 171.8 bushels per acre.

  • In its monthly crop production report, USDA pegged the corn harvest at 14.280 billion bushels, based on an average yield of 171.8 bushels per acre. USDA said it expected record yields in Alabama, Georgia, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Tennessee, all of which are outside the main crop belt. USDA also raised its...

  • LOS ANGELES, Oct 12- President Donald Trump's administration has vowed to revive the coal industry, challenged climate-change science and blasted renewable energy as expensive and dependent on government subsidies. And yet the solar power industry is booming across Trump country, fueled by falling development costs and those same subsidies, which many...

  • WASHINGTON— Each year, taxpayers subsidize America's homeowners by roughly $70 billion, with the benefits flowing disproportionately to coastal areas with high incomes and pricey homes, from New York and Washington to Los Angeles and San Francisco. An affluent New Yorker, for example, would have saved an average of $3,694 in 2015, according to an analysis of...

  • DJIBOUTI, Oct 11- Late last year, the Kota Nazar, a Singaporean ship with 636 containers of steel, paper, medicine and other goods, set sail to Hodeida, the largest cargo port in war-torn Yemen. Like dozens of other ships carrying food and supplies to Yemen over the past 30 months, the Kota Nazar was stopped by a Saudi Arabian warship blocking Yemen's ports on the Red Sea.

  • ELKHART, Ind. _ Skyline Corp. on Friday reported fiscal first-quarter net income of $1.6 million. The Elkhart, Indiana- based company said it had net income of 19 cents per share. This story was generated by Automated Insights using data from Zacks Investment Research.

  • WILMINGTON, Del., Oct 5- The operating unit of. with Caesars Acquisition Corp and other affiliates, and. Ownership structure of the new Caesars Entertainment Corp:- 59.2 percent owned by creditors of Caesars Entertainment Operating Co- 32.1 percent owned by shareholders of Caesars Acquisition Corp- 8.7 percent owned by shareholders of Caesars Entertainment...

  • Patent Trial and Appeal Board said Neptune Generics LLC and other companies failed to show it was more likely than not that 22 claims underlying the Lilly patent could not be patented. Alimta is Lilly's third biggest-selling drug, accounting for $2.28 billion of the Indianapolis- based company's $21.22 billion of revenue last year, a regulatory filing shows.

  • *Dryness in Brazil hits planting in South America. SINGAPORE, Oct 5- Chicago soybean futures rose for a second session on Thursday as rains delayed the harvest in parts of the Midwest United States and dry weather slowed the pace of planting in Brazil, underpinning prices. Rains crossed parts of Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin with light showers crossing areas of...

  • *The most active soybean futures on the Chicago Board Of Trade were up 0.4 percent to $9.61-3/ 4 a bushel by 0102 GMT, after firming 0.3 percent on Wednesday. *Rains crossed parts of Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin in the last day, with light showers crossing areas of Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. *Oil prices dipped on Thursday after the United States reported record...

  • As of 1:05 p.m. CDT, Chicago Board of Trade November soybeans were up 2-3/ 4 cents at $9.58 per bushel. CBOT December wheat was down 4-3/ 4 cents at $4.43-1/ 4 a bushel and December corn was down 1/ 2 cent at $3.49 a bushel. Rains crossed parts of Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin in the last day, with light showers crossing areas of Missouri, Illinois and Indiana.

  • As of 12:22 p.m. CDT, Chicago Board of Trade December corn was down 2 cents at $3.49-1/ 2 per bushel after dipping to $3.48-3/ 4, its lowest since Sept. 27. CBOT November soybeans were up 1-3/ 4 cents at $9.59 a bushel and December wheat was up 3-1/ 2 cents at $4.48-1/ 4 a bushel. Corn drifted lower on supply pressure and ideas that the U.S. Department of Agriculture might...