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Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday. News from the Federal Reserve took stocks for a roller coaster ride.
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News 4's Shiba Russell talks to a former resident of East Flatbush about what he and his family experienced during Monday's tornado.
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One has to wonder what the Alabama - Auburn rivalry would have been over the last 30 years without Paul Finebaum.
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News that the Chattahoochee Valley is getting a taste of Hollywood is among our most-read stories online today.
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The yen edged down against the dollar and euro in Asia on Wednesday after Japan posted its worst ever April trade deficit, fuelling yen-negative sentiment.
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U.S. stock-index futures pointed higher as traders awaited the latest clues on when the Federal Reserve could start tapering its bond-buying program.
While crews work to repair the damage done by Friday's crash, Metro North is using a combination of trains and buses to get commuters where they're going.
Lois Lerner, the director of the IRS division that singled out conservative groups, is expected to invoke the Fifth Amendment Wednesday when she appears before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, Fox News has learned.
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Start Spreading the News: Yahoo Gets New Times Square Office, Offers Free Terabyte on Flickr and Updates Design to Look Like 2013 At a press event in New York today, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer announced a new office in Times Square for the Silicon Valley Internet giant.
Folks in Ketchikan likely set a new Guinness World Records mark when nearly 2,000 people showed up to race one kilometer in their rain boots.
Various News: ECW Documentary Update, Blackjack Mulligan Appearance, LWU Show in NYC Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 05.20.2013 More Monday news... - The ECW documentary Barbed Wire City is conducting a few new interviews for an extended edition of the documentary for later this summer.
A group of MBA students at the State University of New York Albany School of Business have completed its G3 program, an intensive two-week process to develop an environmentally sound plan for a local businesses, including convenience retailer Stewart's Shops Corp., Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Although a previous group of student's focused on New York ... (more)
Wall Street touched fresh records earlier in the day before giving up gains as investors await clues from the US Federal Reserve on its plans for maintaining stimulus measures.
By Susan Steen - Kelowna Capital News Published: May 15, 2013 1:00 PM Updated: May 15, 2013 1:03 PM So there I was at 10:45 p.m., the only person in the theatre watching The Great Gadsby in 3D.
Lori Oliver, Lebanon County s new director of the Lebanon County Bureau of Elections and Voter Registration, speaks to poll workers during a recent training in the auditorium of the Lebanon Municipal Building.