DA: Autopsy shows Stone didn't die from stab wound

New details are emerging about the death of a man accused of killing six members of his family and injuring a seventh.


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New York Times closes out rough 2014

When the New York Times turns the page on 2014, it will leave behind a bumpy year that included a high-profile firing, setbacks with digital innovation and, most recently, the elimination of 100 newsroom positions.

Ugly firing of Jill Abramsom

The year...

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Yellen: Cheap oil is good for America

The dramatic plunge in oil prices might be spooking some investors, but Janet Yellen isn't worried at all.

The Federal Reserve chief believes oil tumbling below $55 a barrel is like a tax cut for American consumers.

"From the standpoint of the U.S. an...

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Americans send $2 billion a year to Cuba

Trade with Cuba has been blocked for decades, but nearly $2 billion was sent to Cubans last year from within the United States.

Most of it came from Cuban-Americans sending money home to their families. But now, anyone in the U.S. can send up to $8,0...

Franco Rogan Interview

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U.S. set to blame North Korea for Sony hack

The U.S. is ready to blame North Korea for the crippling hack attack at Sony Pictures, as the studio said Wednesday it would cancel next week's planned release of its controversial comedy "The Interview."

U.S. investigators say an announcement pinnin...

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Reddit takes down Sony hack forum

In a rare decision, Reddit has taken down a forum that housed links to hacked Sony Pictures documents.

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Oprah-approved startup raises $6.25 million

When you're one of Oprah's favorite things, you're bound to get a boost. For The Skimm, that's coming in the form of $6.25 million in funding.

For now, their main product is a free daily newsletter. It's a five-minute femme-focused read that digests ...

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Stocks jump on good news from Fed

The Federal Reserve is going to take its sweet time raising interest rates. And the market couldn't be happier.

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Cuba poised to join the Internet age

Millions of Cubans could soon be able to get online.

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GM to make more cars in Mexico

GM plans to spend $3.6 billion over the next four years to modernize and expand its production facilities in Mexico.

The investment, which is in addition to $1.4 billion it spent over the past two years, will make GM the biggest auto exporter in Mexic...

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General Mills

Cheerios with quinoa coming in January

Ancient grains have stood the test of time. But now they must pass the test of the American cereal aisle.

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15-story building proposed in center-city Allentown

A 15-story building topped with a four-story spire is being proposed in downtown Allentown.

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Wealth gap between middle class, rich widest ever

Not only are middle class suffering from stagnant incomes, their wealth hasn't grown at all either.

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U.S. moves expected to ease Cuban trade restrictions

The United States is easing trade restrictions on Cuba. It is a major step that could lead to finally ending the Cold War era embargo, a tasty prospect for business in both countries.

President Obama made the announcement Wednesday, saying it was part...

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