U.S. bank will no longer issue NRA credit card
Financial firm cites customer feedback in saying it won't renew contract to issue National Rifle Association Visa card
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Europeans should gird for extreme weather
New analysis of 571 cities across the continent predicts more frequent and severe floods, droughts and heatwaves
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Kylie Jenner: Snapchat is "so sad"
Snap shares tank after member of Kardashian-Jenner clan suggests social-media platform is past its prime
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Safety tech can cut backup crashes by 78 percent, study finds
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tested rearview cameras, backup warning sensors and reverse automatic braking
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Chevy Bolt EV honored by Consumer Reports
Despite the Bolt's placement, Detroit-based automotive brands lag in the rankings, behind luxury models
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Cinemark bans big bags in its movie theaters
Chain's move takes effect Thursday, with some consumers vowing to find other ways to smuggle snacks to films
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Bump stock prices soar ahead of potential federal ban
Renewed talk of outlawing the accessories that let semi-automatic weapons fire like an automatic is behind the surge
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Walmart's new online gambit: Help shoppers discover
The retail giant's revamped website will stress fashion and home furnishings that click with your "personal style"
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Book Trump? Interest groups press case at his properties
At least 19 groups have held events at Trump-owned properties in the last year, raising questions about influence
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Social Security underpays thousands of widows and widowers
It's neglecting a requirement to inform them how to claim benefits that would result in higher lifetime incomes
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Insurers scramble to add #MeToo to Hollywood risks
Movies can't get made without insurance coverage for all manner of things that can go wrong -- now there's a new one
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Want to get hired? Don't do what these people did
Hiring managers make up their minds within minutes, so preparation can help you avoid a flub
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Facebook has "responsibility" to deal with abuse of platform, co-founder says
"People often ask me … could you have imagined that Facebook could be used for good or for ill?" Chris Hughes said on CBSN's "Red & Blue"
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Ford exec leaves following reports of "inappropriate behavior"
Raj Nair, president of automaker's North American division, exits after probe found he breached its code of conduct
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Sinclair to sell TV stations in major markets to complete Tribune buy
Broadcast giant said to be ready to unload TV stations in Chicago and New York to secure regulatory nod
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The winner for Olympics' viewers: Broadcast TV
The proliferation of alternatives, including streaming, virtual reality and personalized apps, still can't match up
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Fed officials see stronger growth and reason to raise rates
Minutes of the central bank's January meeting show more optimism about the U.S. economy's prospects
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Space Council works to speed up launch approvals
The National Space Council is working to boost private sector space activity by streamlining regulations
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Vox layoffs latest sign of trouble for digital media
Cutbacks follow reductions at Mashable, CNN Digital and Refinery29 amid concern about Facebook's news feed
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Dodd-Frank doesn't protect whistleblowers unless they raise alarm externally - SCOTUS
To be protected under the Dodd-Frank law, whistleblowers must report to the government
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