Jury awards family $6.75 million in lawsuit against Botox maker after son's spasm treatments
Online streaming service Aereo files for bankruptcy, citing unfavorable Supreme Court ruling
Serbia to revoke citizenship granted to EU-blacklisted Ukrainian media mogul and gas magnate
US stocks surge after a surprise interest rate cut in China and a hint of stimulus in Europe
Nearly 300 people attended the Giles County Board of Supervisors' public hearing on a proposed natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to Virginia.
US stocks rise sharply at the open after rate cut from China, hint of stimulus in Europe
France probes HSBC over possible tax dodging clients
European Central Bank head Mario Draghi: willing to 'step up the pressure' to help economy
Russia's foreign minister: politics should not influence oil production decisions
Japan's lower house dissolved for election in December as Abe seeks to shore up support
Lower layoffs, stingier benefits: Reasons why most US unemployed don't receive aid
Italian PM Renzi outraged after asbestos conviction tossed out due to statute of limitations
Greek government submits 2015 budget to Parliament indicating 2.9 percent growth
In contract dispute with West Coast port dockworkers, employers say union is taking 'break'
The region has been waiting a long time for a new model of Metro car to take to the rails, but the wait may be a little longer.
Dutch Central Bank moves 122 tons of gold reserves from New York to Amsterdam
Rejected by other nations, country of origin labels for meat cuts face uncertain future in US
Polls: Companies still prioritize health coverage for workers, but benefits may evolve
Asia stocks lackluster as weakness in Europe, China and Japan weighs
Consumers to pay $3.3 billion in deal to divide costs from closed San Onofre nuclear plant
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