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As part of an ongoing probe, investigators from the Manhattan DA's office executed a search warrant at Olivet University, a Christian college with ties to Newsweek magazine's owners.
Dozens of stores will be closed in South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia and North Carolina, along with a few stores in Mississippi and Louisiana.
The iconic retailer entered bankruptcy in September and is now bracing for liquidation.
Do these three new M&M’s flavors sound great or revolting?
President Donald Trump’s tariff plan has conservative critics, too.
Barbie added 17 dolls modeled after real women who broke barriers and inspire girls.
Legitimate Reddit users unknowingly shared and spread content created by Russian propagandists.
Uber didn't reveal a data breach for over a year, and Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro thinks the company failed his constituents.
Delta and United Airlines have tightened policies on passengers traveling with emotional support animals.
Loretta Lee said her drinks were spiked, she was asked for a "horizontal hug" and once found a male colleague crawling under her desk.
Amazon is increasing its footprint outside of its Seattle headquarters.
The entrepreneur may have just produced the fastest-selling flamethrower of all time.
Tesla made a strongly-worded 750-word rebuttal to an "extremely misinformed" report.
The fast food chain decided to get political with its latest advert.
The serially successful entrepreneur has committed himself to being at the helm of Tesla for the next decade.
Apple is set to announce the location of a new headquarters later this year.
The fashion-forward magazine will vanish as part of a larger round of cuts across its struggling publisher, Condé Nast.
Richard Smith signed an agreement that puts his retirement package in jeopardy one day before retiring.
The hung parliament could delay Brexit negotiations, as the surprise result hammered the British pound.
Nigeria’s trade minister says the country could be a springboard for U.S. businesses in Africa, predicting good relations under President Trump.