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Dozens of migrants found dead in truck in San Antonio, officials...

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In this aerial view, members of law enforcement investigate a tractor trailer on June 27, 2022 in San Antonio, Texas. More than 40...

Recession, currencies, oil, Russian debt

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A man walks past the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE), operated by Japan Exchange Group Inc. (JPX), in Tokyo, Japan, on Monday, Nov. ...

Buy these stocks with strong balance sheets, cash flow

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It's a tough year to be invested in stocks, with the stock market experiencing a seemingly never-ending cycle of gyrations. Major US indexes...

Former Amazon employee convicted in Capital One hack

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Signage is displayed on the exterior of a Capital One Financial Corp. cafe branch in Walnut Creek, California, US, on Tuesday, July 18,...

Stock futures inch higher after Fed raises rates by most since...

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US stock index futures were modestly higher during overnight trading on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve implemented the largest interest rate hike since 1994.Futures...

Chinese defense minister on US-China tensions, Taiwan

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An F-16V jet fighter taxis on the runway in January for an emergency takeoff as part of a Taiwanese military drill in Chiayi, Taiwan,...

A battery shortage is hampering the US switch to wind, solar...

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Siemens wind turbines operate on a wind farm in Marshalltown, Iowa.Timothy Fadek | Corbis News | Getty ImagesUS renewable energy developers have...

Cryptocurrency industry focus: Regulation, stablecoins, market crash

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A visual representation of Bitcoin cryptocurrency.Edward Smith | Getty ImagesCryptocurrency companies dominated the main street at the World Economic Forum in Davos this...

Apple union push faces setback as Atlanta organizers withdraw bid

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Shoppers walk past an Apple Store at Franklin Park Mall during Black Friday. Shoppers go to stores to take advantage of Black Friday...

People are leaving Hong Kong and here’s where they’re going

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They stuck it out during the 2019 political protests.Then they lasted through nearly two years of pandemic.But this year, they say they've had enough.Residents...
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