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Snow Disrupts NYC-Area Travel

No immediate charges in California train crash

Obama: Hard-working Americans deserve dignified retirement

Alibaba's online payment firm Ant Financial eyes 2017 IPO - state media

Hollande tours typhoon-hit Philippines ahead of climate deal

Alibaba's online payment firm Ant Financial eyes 2017 IPO: state media

Visa Europe plans new security that could pave way for Apple Pay

Dearth of jobs a barrier to post-bankruptcy Detroit's growth

Takata must save faulty air-bag inflators for litigation, U.S. probe

China draft counterterror law strikes fear in foreign tech firms

Obama struggles with Wall Street to woo Democrats over broker rules

China drops leading tech brands for certain state purchases

Saving for retirement: Obama proposal sets up Wall St. fight

Obama takes aim at brokers' fees on U.S. retirement accounts

Samsung gets a lot right with new S6 phones

SIM maker Gemalto says spies probably did hack it but plays down impact

Louisiana governor's budget: Avoid tax hikes, but limit cuts

Greece runs out of funding options despite euro zone reprieve

Q&A on Samsung's new mobile pay: Here's what's we know

Ukraine heaps on economic pressure as central bank confuses, truce takes...

Homeless people need libraries, and libraries need them, too

Meaning of 4 words at center of high court health law fight

U.S. existing home sales at nine-month low, supply limited

HIV nurse slams Australia needle danger

First Look: New Xbox elegant, but much unknown

Some unions now angry about health care overhaul

Betfair boss says plan to limit live odds during sports broadcasts falls...

O'Connor gets first crack at Lions

Smart thinking needed as Perth and its issues expand

EU to shift bill for bank failures to creditors

Dishing up trash: New look for sustainable seafood

Cheap translations, but not replacement for humans

Cuba girds for climate change by reclaiming coasts

NY judge: Fed plan for morning-after pill sales OK

Tabcorp, Tatts say pokies levy too much

More government documents now available

Simon & Schuster to offer e-books to libraries

CHP: Bus at 'unsafe' speed before Yosemite wreck

Vikings see the light with design of new stadium

Chinese air their cases by petitioning White House

Buenos Aires launches tours for Argentine pope

Thumbnail sketch of CBS' fall schedule

AP Exclusive: IRS knew tea party targeted in 2011

Iraq rejects refuge for Turkey's Kurdish fighters

NC official: MetLife breaks could shut out others

Cameron's Conservatives suffer in UK local votes

Afghan troops hold their ground at high cost

Weeklong traffic mess possible after CT derailment

Commutes long, slow after Conn. train derailment

Active Search for Utah Missing Mom Ends

Since 9/11, life _ and surveillance _ made easier

FDA lowers age for buyers of Plan B pill to 15

Review: Google Now useful as a supplement to Siri

Egypt court upholds acquittals in 2011 battle

US home sales slip as supply remains tight

Boston bomb suspect hospitalized under heavy guard

Clashes in Syria rebels seek foreign intervention

School resumes in tiny Texas town hit by blast

SKorea fosters startups as it seeks economic shift

Cuba to offer public Internet at salons islandwide

Signed contracts to buy US homes at 3-year high

South Australian pre-budget announcements target training and police

Microsoft offers security enhancement for sign-ins

Crowdfunding may be more bust than windfall

Boston travel: Trains, buses halted, planes flying

Obama taking action on gun background check system

Burger King to offer a turkey burger

Status of proposals for gun control legislation

SBW gets Roosters start, Dugan dumped

India rejects Bayer plea against cheap cancer drug

Tweets, pics give real-time peek into North Korea

Deadline ahead for commercial RI fishing licenses

World Cup set to be 1st to offer seats for obese

BoE governor backed more stimulus for UK economy

Alaska Senate passes cruise ship bill

FAA takes step toward widespread US drone flights

US rate on 30-year mortgage slips to 3.54 pct.