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Nissan to cut up to 700 contract workers in Mississippi

Nissan Motor Co. says it's cutting up to 700 contract workers at its Mississippi assembly plant, citing slow sales for Titan pickup trucks and vans

Kidnap suspect apparently applied for job day Jayme escaped

The man suspected of kidnapping Wisconsin teen Jayme Closs and killing her parents apparently applied for a job online the day that Jayme escaped _ and lied about his work experience

Maryland explores quick way to approve sports betting

Maryland lawmakers are seeking a quick way to approve sports betting this year, but it's unclear if they will be able to do it without voter approval in 2020

The Latest: WHO confirms internal misconduct…

The World Health Organization has confirmed it is investigating allegations of misconduct following an Associated Press story that revealed its chief ordered an internal probe to examine explosive charges made in emails to the agency's top managers

The Latest: Storm pounds California with rain and…

Wide areas of California are on alert for treacherous conditions as the latest in series of Pacific storms dumps rain and snow

Survivor: I tweeted goodbye to my family

Ronald Ngeno was inside the DusitD2 business complex in Nairobi when the terror attack started.

Sea Lion at Utah Zoo In Good Health After…

Workers at a zoo in Salt Lake City, Utah were certainly concerned when one of their male sea lions seemed to not be feeling well. Veuer's Mercer Morrison has the story.

UN says chief truce monitor in Yemen safe after…

Head of UN mission charged with monitoring a cease-fire in Yemen's port of Hodeida, his team are safe after one vehicle is their convoy hit by small fire

ICE ends detainee housing contract with Maryland county

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is ending a $4 million contract to house detainees in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, weeks after the county stopped informing the agency about the immigration status of its jail inmates.

Weak bond trading hurts Morgan Stanley results

Morgan Stanley's quarterly profit and revenue missed Wall Street's targets, sending its shares lower. As Fred Katayama reports, its trading revenue fell unlike that of archrival, Goldman Sachs.

A glance at US mortgage rates

US long-term mortgage rates held steady this week, after falling for 6 straight weeks to reach their lowest level in 9 months

Correction: El Chapo-Prosecution story

Correction: El Chapo-Prosecution story

Govt. Report Says Thousands More Children Were…

An Inspector General report found there was a spike in family separations at the border months before a "zero tolerance" policy was announced.

Hubble Telescope camera back in action after 1-week shutdown

Hubble Space Telescope's premier camera is back in action, after a 1-week shutdown

The Latest: Striking LA teachers, district to…

Los Angeles teachers are back on rainy picket lines for a fourth day.

As Men Ditch Their Gillettes, the Company Responds

A new Gillette ad has provoked a huge reaction on social media, but perhaps not precisely in the way parent company Procter & Gamble anticipated. As NPR notes, the ad accusing men of boorish behavior and urging them to end it has roughly twice as many dislikes as likes on...

Cohen acknowledges rigging polls for Trump in…

President Donald Trump's estranged former lawyer is acknowledging paying a technology company to artificially boost Trump's standing in two online polls, saying Trump directed him to do it

Berlusconi's back, runs for Euro parliament after ban lifted

Silvio Berlusconi is back, again, running in European Parliament elections after a court ruled he could once again hold political office

Investigators get tips after 40th anniversary of…

News coverage of last month's 40th anniversary of serial killer John Wayne Gacy's arrest has meant dozens more tips for investigators trying to identify victims

Controlled avalanches in Swiss Alps

Helicopters dropped explosives to prevent larger snowslides after heavy snowfall in the region.