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'Real Live': Celebrities declare stances on religion
Celebrities like Jada Pinkett Smith and Justin Bieber have recently declared their stances on religion.
Meet the ABC News Team Traveling Around the Battleground State of Ohio
ABC News' Amna Nawaz checks in with MaryAlice Parks and Gary Westphalen on day 4 of their journey to find out which way Ohio will vote.
Police Respond to Lil Wayne's Miami Mansion After "Swatting" Call
A fake call to a non-emergency line triggered a heavy police presence to the rapper's home in Miami.
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Beyond Galleon: Seven Notorious Insider Trading Scandals
The mammoth Galleon insider trading scandal has grown even bigger with the news that a prominent U.S. executive surrendered to the FBI this week to face criminal charges. Rajat Gupta , formerly a board member at Goldman Sachs and Procter & Gamble, is accused of disclosing to Raj Rajaratam nonpublic
Top 10 Insider Trading Cases
Raj Rajaratnam Is Latest in Long Line of High-Profile Insider Trading Cases
Court orders shorter sentence for ex-Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio
An appeals court has ordered a new, shorter sentence for ex-Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio, saying his 6-year term for insider trading was too long. The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday that the trial judge overstated the amount of Nacchio's alleged financial gain. Nacchio was convicted in
Qwest doubles top broadband speed in some cities
Qwest Communications International is doubling its top Internet download speeds in some areas to keep up with the offerings of cable companies. The phone company said Monday it is introducing a plan with download speeds of up to 40 megabits per second and upload speeds of up to 20 mbps in parts of
Qwest to keep long-distance business
Qwest Communications International Inc. on Monday said it is calling off the auction for its nationwide long-haul data and telephone network. The Denver-based phone company said the network was more valuable to the company than the amount it would raise in a sale. Qwest did not say how much the
Minnesota asks ISPs to block gambling sites
Minnesota officials are trying a novel tactic to block online gambling sites — using a federal law that enables restrictions on phone calls used for wagering. The state's Department of Public Safety said Wednesday it had asked 11 Internet service providers to block access to 200 online gambling