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Martha Stewart Explains: 'Why I Love My Drone'

The lifestyle maven got a drone last year as a birthday present, and apparently life hasn’t been the same since then.

GM Sued Over Deaths, Injuries in Recalled Cars

GM was hit with a lawsuit brought on behalf of more than 650 people allegedly injured or killed in crashes involving recalled cars.

Judge Says U.S. Can't Seize Kurdish Crude for Now

A federal magistrate said that because the tanker was some 60 miles offshore, an order for U.S. Marshals to seize the cargo could not be enforced.

Soda Loses Fizz: Two-Thirds Avoid Pop

The bubble has burst for soft drinks, with two-thirds of Americans saying they're actively avoiding drinking the beverage.

EU Hits Russia with New Military, Financial Sanctions

EU governments reached a deal to impose economic sanctions against Russia, targeting its oil industry, defense and other sectors.

Twitter User Growth Sends Shares Soaring

The online messaging service said monthly active users rose a better-than-expected 24 percent in the second quarter.

Where's the Beef From? Court Upholds Labels

A court upheld new government rules requiring labels on packaged steaks, ribs and other cuts of meat to say where the animals come from.

Stocks Drop on New Sanctions Against Russia

Stocks dropped, as further sanctions against Russia overshadowed upbeat earnings from corporations including pharmaceutical giants Merck and Pfizer

U.S. to Seize Oil in Iraq-Kurdistan Dispute

U.S. authorities are preparing to seize a cargo of crude oil from a tanker anchored off the Texas coast caught in a dispute between Iraq and Kurdistan.

Jimmy Dean Takes Aim at the Dinner Table

The name that's nearly synonymous with breakfast sausage itself is expanding into other meals.

Beware of Student Loan Repayment Scams

As millions are struggling to pay off student loans, scammers have created phony “debt relief” companies that promise to help – for a price.

Claustrophobic? Pod-Like Hotel Opens in Tokyo Airport

Travelers now have a snug option for sleeping and showering between flights at Tokyo’s Narita Airport.

Fewer Americans Now Own Their Own Homes

Home ownership in the United States has hit a 19-year low as tight finances drive Americans toward renting, one of the legacies of the recession.

Acidic Ocean Means Trouble for King Crab: Study

A more-acidic ocean could have a dramatic effect on king crab populations and hurt Alaskan communities dependent on them -- not to mention consumers.

Aviation Safety Is 'Continuing to Get Better'

More travelers are flying than ever before, creating a daunting challenge for airlines: keep passengers safe in an ever more crowded airspace.

Will It Be Lights Out at Radioshack?

Credit ratings agency has dire warning about the long-struggling electronics chain.

Claustrophic? Pod-Like Hotel Opens in Tokyo Airport

Travelers now have a snug option for sleeping and showering between flights at Tokyo’s Narita Airport.

In a Crunch: London's Gherkin Goes on Sale

The Gherkin, one of London's most recognizable landmarks, has been put up for sale at around $1.1 billion.

Auto Industry's Pain Could Be Consumers' Gain

The auto market's five year run of expanding production and profits is showing signs of nearing a top.

Hey Toyota, Recall Older Camry Hybrids

Toyota's warranty extension on older Camry hybrids for potential power brake failures doesn't go far enough, Consumer Reports says.

Uber Drives into Business Travel and Expenses

Ridesharing app Uber is tapping into the massive business car service market, announcing a plan that allows users to bill their companies directly.

Uber Drives into Business Travel and Expenses

Ridesharing app Uber is tapping into the massive business car service market, announcing a plan that allows users to bill their companies directly.

Stocks Rise on Strong Merck, Pfizer Earnings

Stocks climbed on Tuesday as earnings from corporations including pharmaceutical giants Merck and Pfizer lifted Wall Street's spirits.

Hidden Debt May Be Cutting Your Credit Score

Between you and two friends, at least one of you is in the targets of a debt collector.

That Vending Machine Brownie Can Boost Productivity

If you’re stuck working late and vending-machine junk food is your only option for dinner, go ahead — it could boost your productivity.

Revisiting History: Places to Commemorate World War I

Special events, dedications and exhibitions are planned in the U.S. and in Europe to commemorate "the war to end all wars."

Stocks Close Flat as Markets Look to Fed

Stocks ended flat, with the Dow rebounding from a one-month low, as investors looked ahead to a monetary-policy decision from the Federal Reserve.

FAA Seeks $12 Million Fine Against Southwest

The FAA on Monday said Southwest Airlines failed to comply with safety regulations related to repairs on its fleet of Boeing 737 airplanes.

Business Travel Spending May Hit $1.2 Trillion

China expected to top the United States for business travel by 2016.

European Peace Walk Commemorates WWI Centennial

A century after The Great War began, a group of travelers will leave Vienna on a six-country walk of peace.


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