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Take a Tour of the New Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan Museum
A new museum opens its single door this weekend in Brooklyn, New York, as two comedians-turned-figure skating fans unveil their crowdsourced project to the world. Viviana Olen and Matt Harkins, friends who live together in Williamsburg, gave ABC News a tour of The Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan
Judge: Building Owner Can Charge Rent Based on Gold Prices
A federal judge says a group of Columbus, Ohio, property owners can collect rent based on the price of gold as part of a century-old agreement
United Continental and Mattel Fall; GM and Under Armour Rise
United Continental and Mattel slide on Wall Street, while General Motors and Under Armour trade higher
Oil Prices Tank on OPEC Decision
Morning Money Memo: Oil prices continue to sink this morning, down 6 percent on news that the oil-producing nations of OPEC rejected increasing calls to lower oil production output amid falling prices. The decision sent prices plummeting this morning, as investors were looking for decisive...
Watch These Elephants Walking Through African Safari Lodge Mfuwe
Give back getaway: Bushcamp safari tour donates percentage of profits to build schools for kids in Zambia.
Try This Tasty Turducken Twist to a Bitcoin Black Friday
Rebecca Jarvis reveals what you need to know this Thanksgiving on Real Biz 11.25.2014
NFL borrows prep, college playbooks
Want to know what trends will dominate the NFL in five years? Attend a high school or small-college football game. Because tactics on display during the NFL's opening weekend were high school and small college all the way. The big ideas on offense in the NFL in recent seasons -- the zone-read rush,
Now It's Subprime Auto Loans Under Scrutiny
Morning Money Memo: Federal prosecutors are looking into the booming business of subprime auto loans. The investigation raises questions about whether GM and other firms have been selling questionable auto-loan investments to investors. The recent rise in auto sales has been fueled largely by ...
More Consumers Cut the Cable Cord
Morning Money Memo… Start streaming. Forget cable. In a major sign of changing consumer tastes, pay-TV operators, including cable television, ended 2013 with their first full-year decline ever. The research firm SNL Kagan reported 251,000 fewer subscribers. Higher prices, poor service and growing