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(Undated) -- Airlines are adding more than one-thousand flight cancellations to this week's tally today. Nearly seven-thousand flights have been canceled since Saturday due to winter storms across the country. Today's cancellations come as the latest storm moves from the South...
(London) -- A London-based civil rights group says the man nicknamed "Jihadi John" suffered harassment from British security services. "Jihadi John" has been identified as Mohammed Emwazi, and he's suspected of appearing in violent ISIS videos, including one showing the savage...
(Washington, DC) -- Congressional Democratic leaders are hammering Republicans over the funding dispute involving the Department of Homeland Security. DHS runs out of money at week's end without congressional action. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi said Republican efforts...
(Auburn Hills, MI) -- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling approximately 25-thousand 2015 Chrysler 200 sedans due to a transmission issue. All the vehicles involved in the recall have the V-6 engine. The company says the transmission may not be able to be put in park...
(Washington, DC) -- The latest reading on consumer prices shows they fell more than expected in January. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today that prices declined seven-tenths of a percent last month, while "core" inflation rose slightly more than predicted. The BLS...
(Washington, DC) -- Nevada's attorney general is speaking out against President Obama's executive order to spare millions of illegal immigrants from deportation. Testifying before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, Adam Laxalt defended Nevada's decision to join a...
(Undated) -- Facebook is helping people reach out to friends who might be thinking about suicide. The social media site is teaming up with suicide-prevention groups on a new feature, unveiled this week and set for release in the next few months. Here's how it works: If a user...
(Washington, DC) -- The Labor Department is reporting a jump in first-time jobless claims, and some analysts say this might be a sign the labor market is retreating a bit. Americans filed a total of 313-thousand initial requests last week. That's up from just over 280-thousand...
(Washington, DC) -- The Labor Department is reporting a jump in first-time jobless claims. Americans filed a total of 313-thousand initial requests last week. That's up from just over 280-thousand the week prior and far more than the 290-thousand most analysts had been expecting.