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U.S. hits North Korea with economic sanctions as retribution for its attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment, producer of "The Interview," a satire about an attempted assassination of the country's ruler.
A new year means new state laws that will go into effect on Thursday, affecting individuals and businesses across the country.
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European markets tumbled on the last full trading day of 2014 as energy stocks fell with global oil prices.
There were market jitters after lawmakers failed to elect a new president in a third and final round of voting Monday.
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Native Americans will soon be able to move from the casino business to the pot business to boost tribal income.
The National Labor Relations Board is issuing a final rule to modernize and streamline the union election process.
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