Thursday, July 24, 2014 As of 7:17 PM EDT
Having confidently rejected Rupert Murdoch, Time Warner Inc., which owns HBO and CNN, is getting the rumor-mill treatment.
Malaysia Airlines Stirs Controversy By Flying Over Syria
NASA Responds To Air Force Letter Criticizing SpaceX Missions
Americans Love The Pirate Bay, Copyright Be Damned
Mount Rainier In Washington Will Erupt Again: Study
Early Humans In North America Likely Dined On Gomphotheres
The Worst Global Droughts In 2014
Prius Plug-In Hits 581 MPG In Nürburgring Crawl
Facebook Pays Cop To Snoop On Kids
Archie Takes A Bullet To Save Gay Friend
Chevrolet Cobalt Resale Value Is Plummeting
Used Chevrolet Cobalts, Saturn Ions and other models named in the GM ignition switch recalls are losing value fast.
Russian Steelmaker Severstal To Sell US Facilities
The sale comes as a new wave of sanctions raise concerns about Russian-American business financing.
US Refineries Running At Record Levels Amid Domestic Oil Boom
But all that extra gasoline and diesel won't lower the price you pay because much of it is being sold overseas.
Chinese Manufacturing Hits 18-Month High
China's factories received more new orders in July than economists expected.
Venezuela Clears Out The World's Tallest Slum
Tenants of Caracas’s notorious "Tower of David" vertical slum are being resettled, but nobody knows what's next for the building.
McDonald's Disappointing Q2 Earnings Aren't Its Fault
That said, Q2 revenue was sluggish, at best, and Wall Street did not respond well.
Starbucks Q2 Sales And Profit Up, Higher Prices Offset Higher Costs
The coffee retailing giant expects more of the same, boosting its earnings estimates for the next quarter and the full year.
WATCH: Costa Concordia Begins Her Final Journey
Two and a half years after she capsized off Italy’s Isola del Giglio, the Costa Concordia will finally be hauled off and sold for scraps.
Wage Protest Targets World's Fast Food Outlets [PHOTOS]
Labor rights advocates and union representatives are calling this the largest-ever strike to hit U.S. fast-food companies.
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