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  • Alabama: O. B. Grayson Hall Jr., Regions Financial, $9.4 million. Arkansas: C. Douglas McMillon, Walmart, $22.8 million. Arizona: Richard C. Adkerson, Freeport-McMoRan, $16.2 million.

  • Alabama: O. B. Grayson Hall Jr., Regions Financial, $9.4 million. Arkansas: C. Douglas McMillon, Walmart, $22.8 million. Arizona: Richard C. Adkerson, Freeport-McMoRan, $16.2 million.

  • Concerns over the possibility of widespread trade wars have heightened due to the United States' withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, its recent imposition of tariffs on imported steel, aluminum and other goods, and the ongoing renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico. Michigan, Kentucky and Louisiana, which...

  • The study from The Pew Charitable Trusts found that the New Jersey and Kentucky funds are in such perilous shape that they risk running dry. A plan to do that in Kentucky led to teacher walkouts earlier this year. In New Jersey, that would mean spending at least $2 billion more a year.

  • Congress has passed legislation— signed by Trump— that rejected many of the proposed spending cuts in Trump's budget. CBO estimated that Trump's budget, if passed by Congress, would cut spending by $3.5 trillion over the coming decade. Even though Republicans control both Congress and the White House, they've shown no signs of addressing the budget deficit this...

  • WASHINGTON, May 24- Some of President Donald Trump's fellow Republicans in the U.S. Congress said on Thursday that his administration's national security investigation of car and truck imports amid a trade spat with China is being pursued under false pretenses and could hurt U.S. consumers. Trump said on Wednesday that ongoing U.S.- China trade talks would...

  • Georgia Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams takes the stage to declare victory in the primary during an election night event on May 22, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia.

    Stacey Abrams in Georgia and Lupe Valdez and Gina Ortiz Jones in Texas have a chance to make history after primary elections.

  • WASHINGTON— President Donald Trump cast doubt Wednesday on the prospects for talks that are designed to head off a trade war between the United States and China. Four days after the two countries suspended plans to impose tariffs on up to $200 billion of each other's goods, Trump declared in a tweet that a more detailed agreement with China "will be too hard to get...

  • SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.— In a story May 10 about indoor farming, The Associated Press inaccurately implied that the farming startup Plenty was pursuing public subsidies to make its business viable. Plenty CEO Matt Barnard has said that "society should consider investing" in this new form of agriculture. SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.— There's a budding industry...

  • Sen. Chuck Schumer

    Senate Democrats narrowly won a vote on Wednesday to save so-called net neutrality rules that ensure unobstructed access to the internet.

  • TRENTON, N.J.— Federal regulators on Wednesday approved the first nonopioid treatment to ease withdrawal from quitting addictive opioids. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration expedited approval of Lucemyra to help combat the U.S. opioid epidemic. It is not an addiction medicine but can be part of a longer-term treatment plan, according to the FDA.

  • DETROIT— Ford is resuming production of its F-150 pickup following a fire at a plant where parts for the vehicle are made. Production of Ford's Super Duty at its Louisville, Kentucky, truck plant and the F-150 at its Kansas City, Missouri, assembly plant are targeted to resume by Monday. A May 2 fire severely damaged the main plant at the Meridian Magnesium Products...

  • Production of the Expedition and Navigator SUVs continues without interruption at Louisville, Ford said. In a media briefing on Wednesday, Ford executives said the May 2 fire at the Meridian Magnesium Products plant in Eaton Rapids, Michigan, affected several automakers, but its team was the first to enter the fire-damaged plant "while it was still smoldering."

  • The No. 2 U.S. automaker also said F-150 production would resume at its Kansas City, Missouri, plant on Monday, as would assembly of its Super Duty F-Series pickup trucks at a Ford plant in Louisville, Kentucky. Production of the Expedition and Navigator SUVs continues without interruption at Louisville, Ford said. Ford shares closed up 1.6 percent at $11.40.

  • Lung cancer screening has proved to be stunningly unpopular. Schilsky is chief medical officer of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, which released the study Wednesday in advance of the group's meeting next month. Lung cancer is the top cancer killer worldwide, causing 155,000 deaths in the United States each year.

  • The No. 2 U.S. automaker said that F-150 production will also resume at its Kansas City plant on Monday, as will assembly of its Super Duty F-Series pickup trucks at a Ford plant in Louisville, Kentucky.

  • FORD SAYS PRODUCTION OF F-SERIES SUPER DUTY PICKUP TRUCKS WILL RESUME AT LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, PLANT ON MONDAY.

  • Gary Bettman

    NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, despite opposing this week's Supreme Court decision, concedes it could actually help hockey.

  • Horse racing in Monmouth Park in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey.

    Joe Asher, CEO of William Hill US, says companies rushing to cash in on the Supreme Court's decision need to act responsibly.

  • Nov. 01 2014 Mike Smith aboard Judy the Beauty celebrates winning the DraftKings Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Sprint at the Breeders' Cup, Santa Anita Park, Arcadia, CA

    The U.S. Supreme Court will allow more states to legalize sports betting, breaking up Nevada's monopoly on the practice.