NY to Get More than $115M in VW Settlement

New York will get more than $115 million for environmental projects to improve air quality as part of the state's share of a multistate settlement with Volkswagen over emissions test cheating. >>

Nature Valley Recall, Possible Listeria Contamination

General Mills is recalling four flavors of Nature Valley protein and nut bars because of possible listeria contamination. >>

Corruption Case Casts Harsh Light On NYPD Handgun Permits

A police corruption probe has cast a harsh light on how people get handgun licenses in New York City. >>

Reports Find Time Warner Cable Overcharges Customers

Two new Senate reports specifically call out Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications for neglecting to pay back their customers after overcharging them. >>

Jeep Owners Suing Fiat Chrysler Over Actor's Death

A consumer rights law firm filed the suit Thursday, claiming the company concealed and failed to fix a gear shifter design defect linked to driverless rollaway incidents. It claims the defect affects 811,000 vehicles. >>

Democrats Hold Sit-In On Capitol Hill, Demanding Gun Control Votes

Democrats are holding a round-the-clock sit-in on Capitol Hill, demanding gun control votes. >>

Tommee Tippee Recalls Bottle Warmers

Tommee Tippee has issued another recall, this time for its bottle warmers. >>

Bolthouse Farms Recalling Protein Shakes

Bolthouse Farms is recalling more than 3 million bottles of protein shakes. >>

Supreme Court Deadlocks on Immigration

President Barack Obama is reassuring millions of people that they don't need to fear immediate deportation. >>

Mega Millions Jackpot Reaches $363 Million

The jackpot has now jumped to $363 million dollars after no one matched all six numbers Tuesday night. The next drawing is Friday night. >>

North Korea Fires Two Missiles

North Korea fired two missiles Wednesday morning from its eastern coast, according to South Korean and U.S. officials. The missile launches did not post a threat to North America, said Commander Dave Benham, spokesman for the U.S. Pacific Command. >>

Taco Bell Giving Away Free Tacos Today

Today you're in luck because Taco Bell is giving away a free Doritos Locos taco to everyone in America. >>

Listeria Concerns Cause Frozen Food Recalls

Fears over listeria are causing companies to recall certain brands of frozen foods. >>

Millions Receiving Free Tickets and Discounts From Ticketmaster Lawsuit

The suit, first filed in 2003, alleged that Ticketmaster was charging "excessive and deceptive fees." >>

Massive Vigil Held for Orlando Shooting Victims

An estimated 50,000 people remembered the victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting. >>

KIA Recalls Sedonas Again

Kia is recalling about 98,000 minivans in cold-weather states for a second time because some suspension parts can rust. >>

Senate Democrats Conduct Nearly 15-hour Filibuster on Gun Control

The 15-hour filibuster ended shortly after 2:00 AM Thursday. >>

Combos Baked Snacks Recalled, Possible Peanut Contamination

Mars Chocolate North America is recalling multiple types of Combos Baked Snacks because they may contain peanut residue. >>

Body of Boy Dragged Away By Alligator Found

Florida officials have found the body of the 2 year old boy who was dragged away by an alligator at a Disney World Resort Tuesday night. >>

Kellogg Issues Recall on Multiple Products

Kellogg is recalling a variety of Kellogg, Keebler and Famous Amos snacks due to the potential for undeclared peanut residue. >>

49 Killed, 53 Injured in Shooting at Orlando Nightclub

49 people lost their lives in the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. >>

Outside Jury Being Brought In for Frein Trial

Prosecutors and defense lawyers in the case of a survivalist charged with fatally ambushing a Pennsylvania state police trooper near a rural barracks agree that a jury from outside the area should decide his fate. >>

Judge To Release Records With Claims Paterno Told Of Abuse

Judge To Release Records With Claims Paterno Told Of Abuse >>

BREAKING: Obama Endorses Clinton for President

President will begin to campaign for Clinton >>

Obama Congratulates Clinton, to Meet With Sanders

President Obama congratulated Hillary Clinton Tuesday night on winning the delegates needed to clinch the democratic presidential nomination. Meanwhile, President Obama will meet with democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders Thursday. >>


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