Monthly Archives: September 2015

Swath of eastern U.S. set for drenching, possible floods

Swath of eastern U.S. set for drenching, possible floods

Tuesday’s flooded streets and stranded cars in western North Carolina might be a preview of what’s coming for other parts of the East this week. Portions of 11 states were under flood watches that extend as late as Thursday, with ...

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Supermodel Gigi Hadid slams body-shaming trolls

Supermodel Gigi Hadid slams body-shaming trolls

Gigi Hadid is not here for any body-shaming. The supermodel posted a long message on her Instagram account Monday aimed at those who say she is too voluptuous. “No, I don’t have the same body type as the other models ...

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Biotech bull market is dead

Biotech bull market is dead

The 2016 presidential election delivered a death knell to the biggest bull market in biotech stocks ever. Fueled by incredible innovation and rapid revenue growth, the S&P 500 biotechnology index skyrocketed more than 400% between July 2010 and July 2015. ...

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Paul Walker’s daughter sues Porsche over father’s death

Paul Walker’s daughter sues Porsche over father’s death

Paul Walker’s daughter has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Porsche, claiming the sports car he was riding in had multiple design flaws. The suit, filed Monday on behalf of 16-year-old Meadow Rain Walker, seeks unspecified damages for defects it ...

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Donald Trump: I’ve been ‘a little childish’

Donald Trump: I’ve been ‘a little childish’

Donald Trump admitted Monday that his rhetoric on the campaign trail may not always sound entirely presidential. “Probably is a little childish,” Trump said in an interview with CNN’s Erin Burnett at Trump Tower in New York. “But you know ...

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Volkswagen prepares fix for 11 million vehicles

Volkswagen prepares fix for 11 million vehicles

Volkswagen is preparing plans to fix up to 11 million diesel vehicles worldwide to ensure they comply with pollution limits. The company said Tuesday that it would tell customers soon whether their cars needed a refit, but it stopped short ...

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Ralph Lauren steps down as CEO of fashion empire

Ralph Lauren steps down as CEO of fashion empire

Ralph Lauren stepped down as CEO of his fashion empire on Tuesday and was replaced by the boss at Old Navy. Stefan Larsson, the former global president of Old Navy, will replace Lauren as CEO effective in November. Lauren will ...

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Cooks workers say health and safety laws are outdated

Cooks workers say health and safety laws are outdated

Health and safety legislation in the Cook Islands is under the spotlight, with the workers’ association claiming it’s out of date. The Association’s President Anthony Turua says he hopes the country’s admission to the International Labour Organisation will lead to ...

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