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It's still a bit fuzzy, but Aereo claims that the Supreme Court ruling that forced it to suspend service may still allow it to operate.
Verrückt, the world's tallest water slide, opens Thursday at Schlitterbahn Kansas City Waterpark. NBC News’ Kevin Tibbles took a test ride.
French bank BNP Paribas pleaded guilty to conspiring to violate U.S. sanctions, admitting to breaking embargoes against Sudan, Cuba and Iran.
American Apparel says it reached a deal with hedge fund Standard General and founder Dov Charney to remake its board and bolster finances.
American beers are a testament to experimentation and risk-taking. So is it so hard to get good beers to cross state lines? Blame Prohibition.
The latest report on airline performance showed 76.9 percent of commercial flights arrived on time in May, down from 79.6 percent in April.
Harley-Davidson is recalling 66,421 Touring and CVO Touring motorcycles because their front wheels can lock up without warning.
Stocks climbed after minutes from the Fed's last meeting noted an improving economy and labor market, setting the stage for an end to monetary easing.
The World Cup was supposed to be Brazil's coming-out party. But the 7-1 loss to Germany turned into a huge blow to the nation's confidence.
Federal Reserve officials indicated that their monthly bond-buying program could end sooner rather than later—with an October exit growing likely.
A Frontier Airlines pilot is being called a hero — but not for anything he did while flying the plane.
Faulty Takata-made airbags have forced Honda to recall as many as 1 million more vehicles, while Subaru has become the eighth maker hit by the problem
Stocks mostly rose as Wall Street readied for minutes from the Fed's last meeting and Alcoa kicked off earnings season with better-than-expected results.
Britain's pubs are closing their doors at an alarming rate, with some being converted into homes in London's hot real estate market.
Add poultry to the list of proteins with rising prices. The reason would be laughable, if it wasn't hitting us in the wallet.
A spokeswoman for J.Crew said the 000 tag has nothing to do with vanity sizing, a practice used by some retailers where they manipulate sizes to make shoppers feel like they wear a smaller number.
The first large-scale international study on financial literacy among 15-year-olds is out, and the results are grim.
Unfortunately, it's not all lying in bed and eating snacks — though the rest of it does sound pretty good.