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New York towns and villages that have post-Prohibition bans on alcohol sales would be forced to lift such restrictions under a bill moving through the Legislature. The bill, which is up for a state … more
Angel Studios wants to give audiences the power to decide what movies are made. The company behind last summer’s surprise box office hit, the child trafficking movie “Sound of Freedom,” employs … more
Macy’s said Wednesday it has named two independent directors to its board that were pushed by activist investor Arkhouse Management, ending a proxy fight that aimed to replace most of the board and … more
If you’re in the market for a used car and want to score a nice discount, consider getting a plug-in hybrid vehicle that qualifies for the federal tax credit. You can get up to $4,000 off the sale … more
The Swiss government has announced steps to bolster its “too big to fail” rules aimed to avoid potentially disastrous fallout from banking sector turmoil. The comes in the wake of woes at … more
The United Nations climate chief says humanity has only two years left “to save the world” by making dramatic changes in the way it spews heat-trapping emissions. And he says it has even less … more
The insolvency administrator of Germany’s only remaining major department store chain says it is set to get new owners after its third spell in bankruptcy protection in four years. Galeria Karstadt … more
There are lots of things college students and their parents should keep in mind before filing their taxes. While tax pros say it’s great for college students to start filing their own forms, … more
Delta Air Lines is reporting a small profit and says travel demand is strong heading into summer. The airline's CEO says recent flight scares seem to be having no effect on ticket sales. Delta said … more
The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday announced its first-ever limits for several common types of PFAS, or perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances. Two types, PFOA and PFOS, will be … more
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“This is your captain speaking.” I had to fly to the East Coast last week for some meetings, and about a half-hour into our two-hour flight, the captain announced, " We’re a quarter … more
Many other past Olympic hosts around the world have decided in recent years that bringing back the Games isn’t worth the money or hassle. But Salt Lake City remains one of the few places where … more
A former longtime executive in Donald Trump’s real estate empire is set to be sentenced for lying under oath in the ex-president’s New York civil fraud case. Allen Weisselberg is expected to be … more
A Senate subcommittee has opened an investigation into the safety of Boeing jetliners, intensifying concerns about the airworthiness of the company’s aircraft. The panel has summoned Boeing's CEO … more
A public hospital in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, has laid off 100 doctors who are taking part in a nationwide strike for almost one month. The Kenyatta Referral Hospital management said Tuesday that … more
Venezuela’s government says the country’s former oil minister has been arrested on allegations of corruption. The Ministry of Communications released images of Tareck El Aissami being handcuffed. … more
Warner Bros. isn’t resting on its “Barbie” laurels: The 100-year studio has its sights on a record-breaking 2024 as well, with a release slate that includes a new Mad Max film, “Furiosa,” … more
Hundreds of food service workers at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia are staging a one-day strike as contract negotiations continue with the firm that operates concessions at the stadium. … more
Scrabble is getting a bit of a makeover, at least in Europe. Mattel has unveiled a double-sided board that features both the classic word-building game and Scrabble Together, a new rendition aimed at … more
The company responsible for a global recall of sleep apnea machines is now legally barred from resuming production at U.S. facilities until it meets a number of safety requirements. The agreement … more
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