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(Dearborn, MI) -- Ford Motor Company is recalling over 200-thousand Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX crossovers because of the possibility of a fire. The recall affects 2007 and 2008 models that have fuel tank brackets that could corrode. This could cause a fuel leak and spark a fire.
(Washington, DC) -- The nation's GDP is beating expectations. According to the Commerce Department, GDP grew three-point-five-percent in the third quarter. A boost in defense spending contributed to the uptick. Business spending on equipment and infrastructure slowed, but...
(Washington, DC) -- The Obama administration's Ebola czar plans to visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention today. A White House official says Ron Klain will meet with CDC Director Tom Frieden and other officials. Klain has been criticized for remaining virtually...
(Undated) -- A nurse who's been quarantined in Maine after treating Ebola patients says she'll fight the state's 21-day quarantine policy. Kaci Hickox says she's giving the State of Maine until today to let her move freely, then she'll ignore the restrictions and challenge the...
(Farmingdale, NY) -- Students and faculty at Farmingdale State College in New York are in shock after a long-time college professor was beheaded, apparently by her own son. Farmingdale Detective Michael Bitsko says Patricia Ward was decapitated Tuesday night at her Long Island...
(Undated) -- The first vaccine to prevent meningitis B now has Food and Drug Administration approval. The FDA approved the vaccine on Wednesday. This gives doctors a way to protect college students against a bacteria strain that has killed six people in the past two years...
(Undated) -- Time Warner Cable is losing profits and subscribers. The nation's second-largest cable TV operator saw its third quarter profit fall about seven-percent from last year, to 499-million dollars. Time Warner Cable also lost 184-thousand residential video customers...
(Undated) -- First-time claims for unemployment benefits are up for the second week in a row. This morning's numbers from the Labor Department show 287-thousand Americans filed claims for jobless benefits last week. That's up three-thousand from the week before. The four-week...
(Undated) -- Apple CEO Tim Cook is coming out as gay. In an essay for today's edition of "Businessweek," Cook writes he's proud to be gay and considers being gay among the greatest gifts God has given him. He explains being gay has given him a window into the challenges people...