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Despite concerns about the NFL's sliding TV ratings, Steinberg says the league is still doing much better than other programs.
NASCAR's Dale Earnhardt Jr. came out in support of the right to protest Monday, USA Today reports.
Airlines will have to quickly familiarize themselves with a new round of confusing travel restrictions to the U.S.
It appeared no drivers, crew or other team members protested during the national anthem Sunday prior to a race at New Hampshire Motorspeedway.
Hurricane Maria, now a category 1 storm, continues to weaken and will likely become a tropical storm by Tuesday night, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.
Unilever has agreed to buy cosmetics firm Carver Korea for 2.27 billion euros ($2.71 billion) from Goldman Sachs, Bain Capital and the company's founder.
Hurricane Maria prompted storm and surge watches for part of the North Carolina Coast, National Hurricane Center said.
Sports should report total audience numbers, not just the fans watching the live broadcast, George Pyne, Bruin Sports Capital founder and CEO, told CNBC.
Puerto Rico's governor met mayors from around the ravaged island on Saturday after surveying damage to an earthen dam.
Six people were injured on Saturday after a group of males reportedly sprayed a noxious substance in an east London shopping center.
Temperatures in southern Minnesota and western Wisconsin are soaring more than 20 degrees above average.
Interest in outdoor music festivals on the mainland has been on the rise.
British police said on Friday they had charged an 18-year-old man with attempted murder in connection with last week's bomb attack.
"We're told it was the most severe case they had ever seen for someone of Aaron's age," Hernandez's attorney Jose Baez said.
KB Home's CEO will see his year-end bonus cut after being caught on audio Saturday night yelling a string of profanities at comedian Kathy Griffin.
Start-up accelerator Y Combinator plans to roll out its initial cash handout trial to thousands of people across two U.S. states.
An international group of cryptography experts has forced the U.S. National Security Agency to back down over two data encryption techniques it wanted set as global industry standards.
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