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Cabin Crews Call the Shots in Recline Fights

When a flight gets diverted because of two travelers getting into an argument over knee space, it's a judgment call by the cabin crew.

Stocks Fall on Oil Price Drop, Europe Concern

Stocks fell as energy companies dropped along with the price of oil and investors fretted whether the European Central Bank would make monetary moves.

It's D-Day: Detroit's Bankruptcy Trial Begins

The start of the trial in U.S. District Court comes just over 13 months after Detroit became the largest U.S. city to file for bankruptcy

Theme Parks Battle for Best New Ride for 2015

Six Flags Magic Mountain plans to morph its 36-year-old wooden Colossus, which closed in August, into a new wood-and-steel hybrid.

Flying High: Theme Parks Announce New Rides for 2015

Six Flags Magic Mountain plans to morph its 36-year-old wooden Colossus, which closed in August, into a new wood-and-steel hybrid.

Camera Maker's Business Booms Since Ferguson

A company that makes wearable cameras has seen business boom since last month's shooting of a black youth by a white policeman in Ferguson, Missouri.

Norwegian Cruise Acquires Prestige Cruises for $3B

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, the world's third-largest cruise operator, is acquiring Prestige Cruises International for $3.025 billion.

Home Depot Probes 'Unusual Activity' After Reports of Breach

Home Depot is working with investigators to flesh out the origin of "unusual activity," a spokeswoman told CNBC in a statement.

Back-to-School Travel Tips for College Families

Plan as far ahead as possible, be flexible about the dates and times of travel and find out if the college has free or low-cost airport shuttles.

Stocks Waver, Look Past Manufacturing Jump

Stocks fluctuated as investors largely looked beyond data showing that manufacturing jumped to its highest level in three years.

CEO Resigns After Being Accused of Abusing Puppy

Video allegedly showed Desmond Hague kicking the dog in a Vancouver elevator.

Stocks Rise on Big Jump in Manufacturing

Stocks rose on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 hitting another intraday record, as a report showed manufacturing jumped to its highest level in three years.

Is 'Redlining' Making a Comeback?

New York's attorney general is accusing a mortgage lender of refusing to offer financing to African-Americans living in Buffalo.

3 ways to transition Tamron's favorite skater dresses into a fall fashion

It sounds like something your teenager or an ice skater would wear, but the "skater dress" may be the easiest way to infuse versatility and style into your wardrobe with one simple purchase. Think of the dress as a more modern version of a classic A-line dress with a shorter hemline.

Poverty Blamed for Return of Rickets, Gout

A "toxic combination" of poor wage growth and higher food prices has led to the return of Victorian-era diseases such as rickets and gout to Britain.

Stocks Slip, Market Awaits Manufacturing Data

Stocks mostly slid on Tuesday after the long holiday weekend, as investors awaited data on the manufacturing sector.

It's D-Day: Detroit's Bankruptcy Trial to Begin

The start of the trial in U.S. District Court comes just over 13 months after Detroit became the largest U.S. city to file for bankruptcy

Greener Pastures: Eric Cantor Joins Investment Bank

Former U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor will join investment bank Moelis & Co as vice chairman and managing director, the company said.

Skiing Standoff Could Be Downhill Run for Park City

A legal spat over big bucks and white powder threatens the ski season this year at one of the most popular resorts in the country.

Millennials More Likely to Take Credit for Others' Work

Millennials say they would take credit for someone else's work to get ahead more than five times as frequently as boomers, a new study says.

Drone Video Shows Apple's New Campus 2 Taking Shape

A remotely controlled quadcopter gives a bird's-eye view of the progress of construction on Apple’s new Campus 2 in Cupertino, California.

Millennials More Likely to Take Credit for Others' Work

Millennials say they would take credit for someone else's work to get ahead more than five times as frequently as boomers, a new study says.

Apple Partners With American Express on iPhone Wallet

Apple has reached an agreement with American Express to work together on its new iPhone payments system, sources tell Re/code.

What Killed Atlantic City's $2.4 Billion Casino Hotel?

Revel is shutting down a little over two years after opening with high hopes of revitalizing Atlantic City's struggling gambling market.

When America's National Parks Turn Deadly

America’s national parks draw hundreds of millions of visitors each year but occasionally serve as a reminder that Mother Nature is unforgiving.

How Plastics Could Help Save Us From Greenhouse Gases

A technology to convert carbon dioxide and methane into plastic is emerging as one potential market-driven method for fighting global climate change.

Some Labor Day Deals Aren't Such Steals

While retailers are offering deep discounts on summer inventory like grills and patio furniture, there are fewer bargains to be found with in-season items like fall clothes this Labor Day weekend.

Some Labor Day deals aren't such steals

While retailers are offering deep discounts on summer inventory like grills and patio furniture, there are fewer bargains to be found with in-season items like fall clothes this Labor Day weekend.A recent survey commissioned by RetailMeNot found that nearly 65 percent of Americans plan to shop during the holiday weekend, up from 59 percent of consumers who shopped last year.

Big Box Health Care: Checkup for the Price of a Latte?

Wal-Mart is taking an aggressive tack, with in-store branded clinics offering primary health care at a price competitors may find hard to match.

High Price: Get Ready to Spend More on Your Holiday Barbecue

Drought conditions have spiked prices for many Barbecue staples, but that doesn't mean Labor Day revelers need to go hungry over the weekend.


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