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Nations agree on global climate pact rules, but they are seen as weak

KATOWICE, Poland (Reuters) – Nearly 200 countries overcame political divisions late on Saturday to agree on

Cramer Remix: While these stocks represent good value, they won't be going higher soon

The bank stocks and the oil plays are so beaten-up that CNBC’s Jim Cramer can’t recommend

Certain Kotex tampons recalled following reports they unravel, come apart inside body

Major tampon recall Retailers across the U.S. And Canada are pulling some Kotex tampons off store

Verizon takes a $4.6 billion charge on Yahoo and AOL as they fail to meet expectations

Verizon will take a $ 4.6 billion goodwill impairment charge as the company’s media business fails

2 More Immigrants Say They Worked for Trump Despite Lacking Legal Status

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As Inmates, They Fight California’s Fires. As Ex-Convicts, Their Firefighting Prospects Wilt.

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Doc: 2 boys killed in NJ outbreak were in ‘irreversible shock’ when they arrived at hospital

A New Jersey doctor who manages the pediatric emergency room where two severely ill boys from

NJ couple and homeless vet they raised $400K for all arrested

A New Jersey couple has been hit with criminal charges stemming from a GoFundMe campaign that

Here's the 'dream salary' Americans want—and how much they actually get paid

In an ideal world, Americans would like to earn well above $ 100,000 a year.

5 Harvard Friends, and a Frank Talk About How They Got In

5 Harvard Friends, and a Frank Talk About How They Got In As a lawsuit challenging