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US spying, including on President Rousseff, derailed deal according to a government source
The recovery of the housing market is attracting international buyers in record numbers, reaching $82 billion in 2012.
The social network hopes to lure eyeballs and ad dollars away from TV and YouTube
The audio cassette tape has made a comeback inspired by Indie bands wanting to get their music out on the cheap.
Mary Barra, who started as an intern at the automaker, will occupy the driver's seat in January
Deal comes as cash-strapped Cuba tries to boost international creditworthiness
Human Rights Campaign's look at how U.S. companies address LGBT rights finds most bar workplace bias
The decision paves the way for the two airlines to become the world's largest beginning Monday
Reports reveal compensation for both top and low-level employees in major industries is costing taxpayers.
Federal agencies announce 'Volcker Rule' vote to happen Dec. 10, nearly four years after enactment
A mobile clinic for the homeless in L.A. treats everything from diabetes, HIV and asthma to pneumonia and sore feet
Drivers can forgo free lanes for 'dynamic toll' lanes where the cost depends on the traffic