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Mayor: NY blast likely 'gas-related'

Inspectors from New York's gas utility were at a building in Manhattan's East Village on Thursday a little more than an hour before a fiery blast injured at least 19 people, at least four…

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And the world's busiest airport is ...

The birthplace of Coca-Cola, "Gone with the Wind" and Martin Luther King Jr. is still home to the busiest passenger airport in the world.

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The big profits of payday lenders may be over

About 12 million Americans take out payday loans every year. It's a big -- and controversial -- business.

Local economist says economy continues to improve

Local economist says economy continues to improve

Kamran Afshar spoke to members of the Lehigh County Bar Association on Thursday.

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Microsoft tells its contractors: Give workers paid time off

Microsoft wants its security guards, janitors and cooks to have paid time off.

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Bad news: Stocks likely to fall further

Corporate earnings for the first quarter are probably going to stink like a giant pile of dirty laundry in a teenager's bedroom.

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How safe are European airlines?

The plane crash in the French Alps Tuesday has turned the spotlight on the safety record of Europe's airlines.

Warren County Freeholders contemplate nursing home sale

Warren Haven goes up for sale again next month

Warren County Freeholders will make another attempt next month at selling off the county's nursing home.

Uber, car taxi service app

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The great tech debate: Are we in a bubble or not?

Y Combinator's Sam Altman is just the latest to sound off on what he thinks of that question: Is there, or isn't there, a tech bubble?

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County commissioners appoint Cedarbrook and labor negotiating teams

Lehigh County commissioners created their own labor negotiations team Wednesday night.

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S&P raises Allentown's long-term credit rating to 'A+'

The City of Allentown's long-term credit rating has been raised by Standard and Poor's (S&P) indexers from a 'BBB+" to an 'A+' rating with a stable outlook.

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Only 40% from middle class who start college earn bachelor's degree

Here's a little-known, scary stat: More than half of middle class kids who start college fail to earn a bachelor's degree within six to eight years.

The low graduation rate has big implications for young adults' ability to remain in the middle class, ...

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