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Trump 'may feel that there's some unfairness going on' with Amazon, says top White House economic adviser

(WASHINGTON) -- President Trump’s top economic adviser said Trump 'may feel that there's some unfairness going on' in regard to Amazon but said he couldn't comment in detail on the president's concerns about the giant online retailer because he... Read More

British Airways staff flight with only Harrys, Meghans to celebrate royal wedding

(LONDON) -- To honor Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex, British Airways marked their wedding day with a tribute flight.

The airline celebrated the wedding by staffing Saturday's Flight BA93 from London to T... Read More

California reports strong growth in April after disappointing March

(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- California added 39,000 jobs in April and the state's unemployment fell to a record low 4.2%, according to the state Employment Development Department.

Growth seemed to stall in March, with the state actually losing... Read More

Airline passenger punches deaf pregnant woman, service dog

(ORLANDO) -- The FBI is determining whether to press charges after a man allegedly punched a pregnant deaf woman and her service dog on a Frontier Airlines plane in Orlando on Thursday.

As the flight from Colorado was descending for landin... Read More

Poor day for banking stocks drags Wall Street down slightly

(NEW YORK) -- A mixed finish on Wall Street Friday as banking stocks fell enough to negate gains in other fields.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 1.11 points to close at 24,715.09.

The Nasdaq dipped 28.13 from its open, ... Read More

How the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is creating natural beauty products with Herbal Essences

(LONDON) -- Nestled halfway between Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace, the world-famous Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is the "leading global institution for plant science and plant research," according to Sandra Botterell, a spokesperson for gardens.... Read More

Company seeks to give discarded plastic bottles a new purpose and Flint a clearer future

(FLINT, Mich.) -- Two former college students are hoping their glasses idea not only takes off but jump-starts a new vision for the city of Flint, Michigan.

In 2016, Ali Rose VanOverBeke, a Detroit-area native, was back home, volunteering ... Read More

Hobby Lobby employees called cops on black customer who apparently looked like a crime suspect

(BIRMINGHAM, Ala.) -- An African-American man went to a Hobby Lobby store in Alabama to return some merchandise this week when employees called the police because he vaguely resembled a suspect in a check-cashing scheme, he told ABC Birmingham affili... Read More

Bumble Bee Foods CEO indicted for price fixing

(SAN FRANCISCO) -- The chief executive officer of Bumble Bee Foods has been indicted on one count of price fixing as part of an ongoing investigation that includes at least three other current or former executives at packaged-seafood producers.
... Read More

Toys 'R' Us to auction iconic mascot Geoffrey the Giraffe

(NEW YORK) -- Toys "R" Us is planning to auction its iconic mascot Geoffrey the Giraffe next month, according to Reuters.

The toy giant is planning to sell its intellectual property, which includes its Babies "R" Us brand, in an effort to ... Read More

Uber says nixing forced arbitration for assault, harassment victims won't apply to class-action suits

(NEW YORK) -- The rideshare company Uber announced Tuesday that it is doing away with a rule that forced arbitration on passengers and drivers who come forward claiming they've been sexually harassed or assaulted. But the move is drawing some critici... Read More

Amazon customer says she was charged over $7K to ship toilet paper

(ATLANTA) -- Two Amazon customers are complaining that they were charged outrageous prices to ship everyday household paper products.

Georgia resident Barabara Carroll told Read More

'Ludicrous' that artists aren't paid for music made before 1972: Smokey Robinson

(WASHINGTON) -- Smokey Robinson and the Miracles recorded hits like Shop Around, I Second That Emotion, and Tears of a Clown. But those classic tunes don't enjoy the same copyright protections as songs recorded after 1972 and digital streaming servic... Read More

Royal wedding may bring big economic boost for UK

(LONDON) -- The thrill of the impending royal wedding extends far beyond the United Kingdom, as travelers are eager to join in on the pomp and circumstance.

From themed flights and royal walking tours, the masses of tourists who are expect... Read More