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Oil and gas companies led the stock market up Friday, helping the Standard & Poor's 500 index notch its second-best week this year.
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Kim Jong Un game spoof 'Glorious Leader!' moving forward

By Derrik J. Lang, Associated Press  |  posted 3 minutes ago
The creator of a satirical video game that depicts Kim Jong Un as a gun-toting, unicorn-riding hero has no plans to cancel his zany creation following a cyberattack and threats of violence against Sony Pictures that the FBI has attributed to North Korea.
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Sales for holiday shopping season comes down to the wire

By Anne D'innocenzio, Associated Press  |  posted 24 minutes ago
Despite an early start, sales data provided to The Associated Press shows that stores may once again have to rely on procrastinators to save the holiday shopping season.
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US says traffic deaths fell about 3 pct in 2013

The Associated Press  |  posted 34 minutes ago
The number of traffic deaths nationwide dropped just over 3 percent last year, and the rate of deaths per 100 million miles traveled tied a record low, according to government statistics.
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US stocks edge higher after a big two-day rally

The Associated Press  |  posted 44 minutes ago
U.S. stocks are edging higher as the market comes off a massive two-day rally.
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Obama imposes sanctions on Crimea, echoes EU

The Associated Press  |  posted 3 minutes ago
President Barack Obama has banned new investments in Crimea, slapping sanctions on the peninsula that Russia annexed from Ukraine earlier this year.
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Staples: Customer data exposed in security breach

The Associated Press  |  posted 3 minutes ago
Staples Inc. says nearly 1.2 million customer payment cards may have been exposed during a security breach earlier this year.
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5 ways to make your email safer in case of a hack attack

By Tami Abdollah, Associated Press  |  posted 14 minutes ago
The Sony hack, the latest in a wave of company security breaches, exposed months of employee emails. Other hacks have given attackers access to sensitive information about a company and its customers, such as credit-card numbers and email addresses. One way hackers can sneak into a company is by sending fake emails with malicious links to employee inboxes. Here are five simple steps to make your email more secure and limit the harm a hacker can have:
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Chrysler gives in to gov't, expands air bag recall

The Associated Press  |  posted 14 minutes ago
After resisting for several weeks, Chrysler is bowing to government demands to expand a recall of driver's side air bag inflators across the entire nation.
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Sony faces 4th ex-employee lawsuit over hack

The Associated Press  |  posted 14 minutes ago
A former director of technology for Sony Pictures Entertainment has sued the company over the data breach that resulted in the online posting of his private financial and personal information.
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Nevada unemployment rate drops below 7 percent

The Associated Press  |  posted 24 minutes ago
Nevada's unemployment rate dipped below 7 percent for the first time since mid-2008, and improved year-over-year for the 46th straight month in November.
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Patients return to Dallas hospital where Ebola hit

The Associated Press  |  posted 24 minutes ago
The Dallas hospital where a man diagnosed with Ebola died and two nurses were infected by the virus says patients are returning and revenue is back to what it was before the crisis.
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LA airport OKs $4B link from terminals to trains

The Associated Press  |  posted 35 minutes ago
Leaders at the Los Angeles International Airport have formally given the go-ahead to a $4 billion plan to build an "automated people mover" that would connect terminals to the region's rail system.
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Volcker critical of delays in namesake rule

By Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press  |  posted 45 minutes ago
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker on Friday criticized a decision to delay full implementation of a rule that bears his name and aims to curb banks' risky investments.
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Jerry Sandusky is denied $4,900-a-month pension

By Mark Scolforo, Associated Press  |  posted 45 minutes ago
Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky has lost a legal battle to restore his $4,900-a-month pension, a benefit that was canceled two years ago after he was sentenced for child molestation.
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