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Federal Reserve Cuts Rates Amid Uncertain Global Outlook

The Fed cut interest rates for the first time since the 2008 global downturn, and injected $75 billion into the economy to offset funding shortages.

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AT&T Sued For Allegedly Inflating DirecTV Now Subscriber Numbers

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Boeing Board Will Reportedly Present Safety Recommendations This Week

3:11Jennifer Lopez & Constance Wu in "Hustlers"
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'Hustlers' Posts Record-Breaking Debut To Go Along With Its Oscar Buzz

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United Auto Workers Union Goes On Strike Against General Motors

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'We Need You Guys To Keep Coming': How Tourism Helps The Bahamas

1:23United Auto Workers union President Gary Jones
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Auto Workers Could Strike If Union And GM Can't Make A Deal

1:34Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam
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Hong Kong's Leader Unveils Housing Reforms Amid Demonstrations

2:19Millennial consumers are a big part of the clothing rental market
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Growth Of Sharing Economy Illustrates Unclear Future For Ownership

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California Contract Workers Bill Heads To Governor's Desk

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Uncorked: A Newsy Investigation Of The Elite Wine World

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British Airways Cancels Almost All Flights Over Pilot Strike

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Trump Administration Plans To Privatize Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac

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Walgreens And CVS Ask Customers Not To Openly Carry Weapons In Stores

2:10The population boom in Washington, D.C. has been fueled in large part by millennials
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Cities Are Changing As Young People Stay For Longer

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Wells Fargo Reportedly Investigating Fees Charged To Closed Accounts

1:58Police tape at the scene of a mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio.
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Walmart Tightens Gun, Ammunition Sale Policy Following Mass Shootings

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Kroger Tells Customers To Not Openly Carry Guns In Its Stores

2:40Protesters outside Parliament on Tuesday
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Parliament Defies Johnson, Schedules A Vote On Delaying Brexit

1:05Volkswagen cars
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Volkswagen Agrees To Settlement Over Misleading Fuel Economy Claims

0:54A Forever 21 store
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Forever 21 May Be Planning To File For Bankruptcy

1:09Costco Wholesale sign
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China's First Costco Closes Early After Shoppers Flood Grand Opening

2:25Pullman strike in 1894
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Unions Helped Make Labor Day A Holiday. But Where Are They Now?

2:10Johnson & Johnson's products are seen December 16, 2004 in New York
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Johnson & Johnson Cites Over 100,000 Pending Lawsuits

3:19Gerard Butler in "Angel Has Fallen"
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'Angel Has Fallen' Beats Box Office Expectations With $21M Debut

1:50Disney D23 Expo in Anaheim, California on August 24th, 2019.
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Disney Gave Fans Sneak Peaks Of Shows, Movies And A Theme Park At Expo

2:29Film poster for "Spider-Man: Far From Home"
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What Happens Next To Sony, Disney And 'Spider-Man'?

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Facebook Unveils New Data Privacy Tool

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Walmart Blames Rooftop Fires On Tesla's Solar Panels

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Michigan Steel Plant Reportedly Planning Temporary Layoffs

2:51Stars of "Good Boys"
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'Good Boys' Takes No. 1 At The Box Office And Makes Some Movie History