Apple announced last week that a small percentage of the iPhone 5 devices sold between September 2012 and January 2013 have defective batteries.
In Ferguson fallout, calls grow for police to wear 'body cameras' _ but with caveats
Auto supplier Continental to invest $150M to expand Va. manufacturing plant, creating 500 jobs
Homeland Security warns retailers about hacking software, estimates 1,000 businesses affected
Hewlett-Packard recalls more than 5 million AC power cords for notebook computers
In 2008, Ja'Net Adams' household income dropped from $90,000 to $25,000 when she was laid off from her job as a pharmaceutical rep.
Gadget Watch: Hot or not? The new thermal camera back for the iPhone gives a definite answer
Hotels collecting record amounts in fees; they'll guarantee that king bed for $30
US safety agency investigating brake hose failures in Ford Explorer police SUVs
Blood of a small nation: Whisky's worries mirror economic concerns over Scottish independence
US new-home sales drop 2.4 percent in July to annual rate of 412,000
Baltimore casino, Maryland's 5th, scheduled to open
Officials in California wine capital say quake damage may hit $1B but shouldn't deter tourists
Fla. primary: Once a Republican, now a Democrat, Charlie Crist seeking governor's job anew
Cabinet manufacturer plans $30M expansion at West Virginia facility with 80 new jobs
Co-owner of California slaughterhouse behind beef recall pleads guilty to criminal charge
Toyota's most rugged Land Cruiser 70 is back in Japan, a nameplate that represents durability
Adults under 30 are the least likely to have any type of insurance. Nearly 1 in 4 is not covered by a health insurance policy, a new survey finds.
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