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Florida Residents React to Powerball Win at Local Grocery
ABC News' Scott Withers is in the town of Melbourne, FL, where one of record jackpot-winning tickets were bought.
What You Should Know About New Lease Program for Apple (AAPL) iPhone 6s and 6s Plus
Apple ( NASDAQ : AAPL ) unveiled the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus earlier this month along with a new leasing program that could appeal to the most tech-hungry customers. The devices will begin shipping on Friday. With a contract, the iPhone 6s will start at $199 for 16 GB. The iPhone 6s Plus
Apple (AAPL) Gives Customers a Head Start in Pre-Ordering iPhone 6s
Apple ( NASDAQ : AAPL ) is giving a head start to people who want to pre-order the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus tonight as phone carriers ramp up their competition for customers. Customers can pre-order the new iPhones starting Saturday morning at 3:01 a.m. ET / 12:01 a.m. PT, and the devices will
Pennsylvania Bank Robbery Duo May Have Military Training, FBI Says
Two men wanted in a string of Pittsburgh-area bank robberies may have had military or law enforcement training, FBI officials said. Federal investigators said the gun-toting men have stormed at least three banks in recent months -- threatening anyone who gets in their way and emptying vaults in
FBI Hunting Violent Pittsburgh Area Bank Robbers
Suspects believed to have military or police training, considered armed and dangerous.
Adoption vs. Surrogacy Financial Costs
Jimmy Fallon is bursting at the seams over his baby girl, Winnie, who was born via a surrogate to him and his wife, Nancy Juvonen, in late July. And let's not forget about Giuliana and Bill Rancic's nearly 1-year-old, Duke, also born via a surrogate. From surrogates to adoption, there's a baby boom
MBA Bank Robber Gets Third Degree
Tarik Hooks would appear to be an outstanding citizen. He has an MBA from Strayer University, works at a mental health rehab center and was a key witness who helped solve the shooting of a New York police officer several years ago. But the...
Curt Schilling Says He Lost $50 Million on Video Game Company
Curt Schilling , the former Boston Red Sox pitcher, said in an interview today with WEEI-FM that he lost more than $50 million on his video game company 38 Studios. "I'm tapped out," he told the Boston radio station. "The money that I had earned and saved in baseball was all gone. I put everything
Bank Failures Decline, But Economists Still Cautious
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation announced its 73rd bank closure this year, pacing well behind the gargantuan number of 157 total bank closures in 2010. But while domestic banks are still reeling from the 2008 financial crisis, concerns grow in the U.S. about banks’ exposure...
Top Companies Push Programs to Help Women in the Workplace
Companies developing mother-friendly programs, mentoring initiatives for women