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Michelle Carter told boyfriend to get back in car where he later died: Part 3
Michelle Carter texted a friend that she could have stopped Conrad Roy during his suicide attempt but didn't.
How Clinton Donor Got on Sensitive Intelligence Board
Newly released State Department emails help reveal how a major Clinton Foundation donor was placed on a sensitive government intelligence advisory board even though he had no obvious experience in the field, a decision that appeared to baffle the department’s professional staff. The emails further
Where the Democratic Presidential Candidates Stand on Economic Issues
Details and dollar amounts mark the biggest differences between the Democratic presidential candidates when it comes to economic issues. As Hillary Clinton , Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley prepare for ABC News' Democratic debate on Saturday night in New Hampshire, here is a review of where they
Winners During the US Stock Market Rout
While the shares of many American companies took a major bruising on Monday, the worst day for U.S. stocks in four years, due to fears of a slowdown in China, there are 25 firms that Goldman Sachs says may be relatively immune from an economic slowdown on the other side of the globe. The list
The next generation of gambling technology
When Stephen Curry takes the floor Tuesday night in Game 3 of the NBA Finals, every facet of his game will be tracked by six strategically placed high-tech cameras in the rafters of Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena. How far did Curry run during the game? That's easy to pinpoint. How much separation
Challenging the Small Investor as David Against Goliath
According to conventional wisdom, huge investors have a lot of advantages over the little guy, and these advantages create a stacked deck in the stock market game. But is that really true? A good example of the supposed oppression of small investors lies in high-frequency (HFT) trading. In this
Stocks Down After New York Stock Exchange Re-Opens
The Dow Jones Industrial Average took a triple digit hit today after trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) was halted for three and a half hours. At the end of trading in New York at 4 p.m., the index closed down 261 points or 1.5 percent to 17,515, while the S&P 500 fell 34 points, about
NYSE Trading Halted for Over 2 Hours
NYSE officials claim an internal technical glitch, not a cyber breach, has caused trading to be halted at the stock exchange.
Apple Stock Plunges on Cyber Monday
The cause behind the tech giant's sudden $40 billion stock plunge is revealed.
Can Hispanic Shoppers Save JC Penney?
Morning Money Memo… JC Penney is turning to Hispanics to help rescue itself from years of financial problems. After a sharp drop in sales and management upheavals, “the struggling retailer [is] ripping up its marketing playbook once again,” says AdAge. Penney wants to be destination...