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News reports inside the country say an announcement regarding major changes could come as soon as Friday.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde has been placed under formal investigation by French magistrates for negligence in a political fraud case.
Created by Ryan Grepper, the high-tech cooler is part blender, part waterproof bluetooth summer DJ speaker system, part USB recharge station.
Stocks wavered on Wednesday, a day after the Dow hit an all-time high and the S&P 500 closed above 2,000 for the first time.
Skincare problems rarely get better when you cover them up. But certain multi-taskers do more than just hide your imperfections — they're made with ingredients that will actually help solve the issue over time.
Skincare problems rarely get better when you cover them up. But certain multitaskers do more than just hide your imperfections — they're made with ingredients that will actually help solve the issue over time.
The removal of dams on Washington state's Olympic Peninsula marks a new era for the river, its ecosystem and those who come to experience it.
The dispute on United Flight 1462 from Newark, New Jersey to Denver escalated to the point where the airline decided to divert to Chicago.
Hewlett-Packard is recalling about 6 million computer power cords after 29 reports of the cords melting or charring.
A Canadian couple gives up their corporate jobs, selling nearly everything they own, to set off on 1,000-day canoe journey across North America. WPBN's Jamie Innis reports.
A new study finds hotels are adding more and more fees per stay.
Burger King Worldwide is paying a royal premium for Canada's Tim Hortons. It will probably take much more than tax loopholes to make the deal pay off.
Lyft drivers have reportedly been hailed and recruited by Uber "brand ambassadors," The Verge reports.
Stocks climbed, with the Dow touching an all-time high and the S&P 500 closing at a record above 2,000 after a report of strong orders for durable goods.
For the second year in a row, satisfaction with the auto industry is down, according to a new American Customer Satisfaction Index report.
Winemaking and tourism were both affected by the quake, and experts say it’s still too early to tell how far the economic aftershocks will ripple
American said Tuesday that it had already dropped its fares from the travel website and that US Airways listings would be pulled on Sept. 1.
Stocks rose, with the Dow and S&P 500 hitting all-time highs, after the government reported that orders for durable goods jumped far more than expected.