Elon Musk has apologized for calling a British diver involved in the Thailand cave rescue a pedophile.
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South Korea is dramatically cutting its jobs outlook and slightly cutting its economic growth forecast.
Novartis says net profit rose 3 percent in the second quarter amid strong growth for some of its top products, as the Swiss pharmaceuticals giant moves to spin off its Alcon eye-care business.
The chief of Iran's nuclear agency says the country's effort to acquire uranium has resulted in a stockpile reaching as much as 950 tons.
APNewsBreak: Twitter has suspended more than 58 million user accounts in the final three months of 2017, according to data obtained by The Associated Press.
A Comic-Con without Marvel's 'Avengers,' HBO's 'Game of Thrones,' gives others a chance to pop.
Asian stocks ease after rallying on Fed comments, solid US performance.
The European Central Bank is quietly pushing back against criticism of its stimulus policies, publishing a research paper from economists who found the bank's efforts did not increase inequality in wealth or income.
Clad in ornate chaps, protective vests and straw cowboy hats, little cowpokes crowded the Albany County Fairgrounds bucking chute return, anxiously eyeing the horned beasts to their left and right.
A Tennessee city council has asked a city board to stop investing money from its employee pension fund in privately-operated prisons.
Authorities are investigating a possible cyber attack against the city of Alamogordo.
A prominent sovereign citizen has been sentenced to more than four years in prison for conspiring to launder money.
Businesses in five southern New Mexico counties are now eligible for low-interest federal disaster loans to help offset losses caused by a drought that began earlier this year.
An accountant has been sentenced 10 years in prison after authorities say he stole $866,000 from four Hawaii businesses.
Marriott says it will eliminate 1 billion plastic straws annually by 2019.
A California-based rocket company has shortlisted the Kodiak spaceport as a possible permanent home for its launches.
A lawyer who attended a Las Vegas concert where a gunman killed 58 people last year is calling a casino operator's lawsuits against hundreds of victims a "bullying tactic".
Multiple professors lose tenure at Vermont Law School as officials attempt to close a $1 million budget deficit.
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