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Harvey Weinstein's lawyer slams Asia Argento for 'stunning level of hypocrisy' amid sex claims

(NEW YORK) -- Harvey Weinstein's attorney stated Monday that the claim of sexual misconduct made against Italian actress Asia Argento should cast doubt on the allegations she's made against the disgraced producer.Months after Argento became one of the first people to publicly accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, she's now…... Read More

Twitter quietly kills suspected firearm-themed bot network

(NEW YORK) -- One minute, they were cranking out an endless stream of tweets, pushing conservative-leaning news articles or fiery video commentary. The next, they were gone, without a trace or an explanation.Twitter took down what experts told ABC News was almost certainly a bot network on Friday, one that…... Read More

Soaring bankruptcy rates signal a 'coming storm of broke elderly,' study finds

(NEW YORK) -- Older Americans are filing for bankruptcy at more than double the rate of just 25 years ago, a sign of a "coming storm of broke elderly," a new study finds.The rate of people 65 and over filing for bankruptcy grew nearly 204 percent from 1991 to 2016,…... Read More

New York University offers free tuition to all medical students

(NEW YORK) -- New York University medical students received life-changing news on Thursday -- the School of Medicine will cover full tuition going forward for all current and future students, regardless of need or merit.The stunning announcement was made Thursday morning at the end of the annual "White Coat Ceremony,"…... Read More

Consumer Reports finds 'concerning' levels of heavy metals in some baby foods

(NEW YORK) -- A new report published Thursday by Consumer Reports found "concerning levels" of heavy metals including arsenic, cadmium and lead in some popular baby food products on the market.Consumer Reports says that they tested samples of 50 popular packaged baby food products for heavy metals including lead, cadmium…... Read More

Reservations required: London McDonald's goes luxe for a day

(LONDON) -- Now that's what you call a happy meal.Imagine walking into a McDonald's fast food restaurant to find white tablecloths, a string quartet playing, a smartly-dressed maître d' to see you to your table, and a Michelin Star chef preparing burgers in the kitchen to be served to you…... Read More

Trump's tariffs make lumber more expensive as California recovers from wildfires

(WASHINGTON) -- As hundreds of families begin rebuilding after their homes were destroyed or damaged by the wildfires in California the Trump administration's trade policies could increase the price tag for building new homes.More than 1,000 homes have been destroyed in the wildfires in California this year and hundreds more…... Read More

Learn the best tips to negotiate more vacation days at work

(NEW YORK) -- It's August, and if you feel like you’re stuck at the office while everyone else is on vacation, you’re actually not alone.American employees forfeited 212 million paid vacation days in 2017, the equivalent of more than $62 billion dollars lost in benefits, according to Project: Time Off,…... Read More

Facebook facelift: How to clean up your social profile to help you get a job

(NEW YORK) -- When a boom in business put Troy Roberson in need of many more employees for his fishing guide service in North Carolina, he turned to Facebook to cast his net wide for potential recruits. In only a few weeks, Roberson hired 15 new brand ambassadors from after…... Read More

New York research company discusses different means to gathering data

(NEW YORK) -- Nonfiction Research is a young research-based company from New York looking to approach research for businesses differently."We're basically an independent research company that helps other companies understand their customers better," the company's co-founder, Gunny Scarfo, tells ABC News. He worked as the head of Digital Strategy at…... Read More

US government buying $50 million of milk from dairy farmers

(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture said it's buying 11 to 13 million gallons of milk from dairy farmers for $50 million and planning to send it to local food banks.It's the first time the USDA program that buys surplus products has purchased liquid milk.The acquisition is not related…... Read More