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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Tito Brown can't imagine driving a perfectly good thing out of a town that hasn't had a perfectly good thing come its way in a

Days after the Parkland shootings just over a year ago, Fred Guttenberg and Marco Rubio met for the first time on national television.

Trevor Noah on Wednesday said it was "karma" that Republicans lost in elections across the country. "You know who really won big in last night's elections?" Noah asked during

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, battling Democratic criticism that he'd be a "spoiler" should he launch an independent bid for president, urged the party to consider the possibility that

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The Kingdom of Spain was not scheduled to hold a general election until 2020, however, ever since Prime Minister, Pedro

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Countless Japanese amateur FX traders and Mrs. Watanabes were crushed last summer when the Turkish lira, one of Japan's favorite

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Vincross, the company behind the six-legged robot Hexa, said on Tuesday that it’s picked up $10 million in a Series

New Zealand's government is considering a plan to tax multinational tech corporations at a higher rate, citing a disparity between

Major online retailer Amazon is making a push to halve the carbon footprint of its shipments by 2030.The company, which

The lawmaker compared the regulation of smartphone usage to social

China's government accused the Trump administration of "fabricat[ing]" reasons to stifle the country's economic growth on Monday after Vice President

Facebook knowingly broke privacy and competition laws and behaved like "digital gangsters," according to a scathing new report on fake