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Law Enforcement on High Alert Heading into Fourth of July

Jul 3
Special TSA teams are being assigned to large airline hubs.

Robot Kills Man at Volkswagen Plant

Jul 3
A robot has killed a contractor at one of Volkswagen's production plants in Germany, the automaker said.

Backers of Bush Nonprofit Include Banks, Schools, Lottery

By Ronnie Greene, Steve Peoples | Jul 2
Big-time donors to a nonprofit educational group founded by Jeb Bush, disclosed for the first time, highlight the intersection between Bush's roles in the worlds of business, policy and politics years before he began running for president.

Ghost Hunters Find Bloody Body in Abandoned Hospital

Jul 2
Ghost hunters came across the body of a missing woman while searching an abandoned hospital in Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Germany's Oldest Remaining Nuclear Plant Shuts Down

Jun 30
Germany's oldest remaining nuclear reactor has been shut down, part of a move initiated four years ago to switch off all its nuclear plants by the end of 2022.

Health Ruling Relieves Consumers; GOP States Remain Critical

By Kelly Kennedy | Jun 26
The Supreme Court ruling validating federal health insurance subsidies for nearly 6.4 million Americans had consumers breathing a sigh of relief, but the reaction was different states states that have fought against the Affordable Care Act.

Senators Express Frustration with Takata, Regulators

Jun 26
Senators expressed anger and exasperation with both air bag maker Takata Corp. and federal auto safety regulators over a problem with defective air bag inflators that has escalated into the largest auto-safety recall in U.S. history.

Biographical Play About Oscar Wilde Blocked by Kremlin

By EDGE | Jun 25
The Tectonic Theater Project's plans to stage its LGBTQ-themed play Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde in Moscow, with support from the United States government, have been blocked by the Kremlin.

Feds Want AT&T to Pay Fine for Slowing Data Speeds

Jun 25
The wireless giant is accused of misleading customers of its unlimited mobile data plans by "severely" slowing down speeds. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson discusses the $100 million fine, the biggest the FCC has ever handed down.

Reports: Federal Agency Fails to Hold Carmakers to Account

Jun 23
An upcoming government audit says the nation's auto safety regulator failed repeatedly over a decade to discover the General Motors ignition switch defect that's linked to more than 110 deaths.

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