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The Most Dangerous Jobs in America

Some jobs have a much higher risk of fatal or non-fatal injuries than others.

NYPD Moves Forward With Disciplinary Process In…

The New York City Police Department is starting two separate investigations into officers linked with Eric Garner's death.

US, allies set to evacuate Syrian aid workers…

U.S. officials say the United States is finalizing plans to evacuate several hundred Syrian civil defense workers and their families from southwest Syria as Russian-backed government forces close in on the area

Cars Are Not a Threat to National Security, Says…

Jul.19 -- Jennifer Thomas, vice president of federal government affair at the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, discusses the proposed tariffs on car imports and how they would impact the industry if they were enacted. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

Treating Dating Like a Job Interview Could be the…

Treating your dating life like your business life could help you find your soul mate.

A Look Back at Popular Summer Jobs Through the…

Work hard, play hard ... all summer long. School may have been out for the summer, but the work was just beginning. Remember reaching that age when sitting around all summer doing nothing just wasn't an option anymore? Some people scored a job that kept them at the beach all day, while other people got stuck behind a counter. No matter which group you were in, everyone was sweating their way to payday.

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The 'Charmed' Comic-Con Panel Convinced Me the…

Attention, fellow skeptical millennials!

Andy Dick pleads not guilty to sexual battery

Dick was accused of groping a woman's buttocks in April 2018.

China's Ambitions: Tapping the World's Largest…

Jul.19 -- The spirit of China 2025 is to innovate and create new technologies to elevate China on the global stage. And that is just what the Chinese shale industry needs to tackle one of China's greatest issues- pollution. Bloomberg News Executive Editor for Greater China John Liu takes a look at China's ambitions for a US-style shale boom.

Trump Criticized Federal Reserve For Raising…

The Fed's stated goal is to keep the economy steadily growing and avoid inflation.

Nicaragua's president celebrates crackdown on…

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega has used the 39th anniversary of the 1979 revolution to celebrate strengthening his grip on power amid months of anti-government protests and to attack the Roman Catholic Church as aligned with "coup mongers."

DOJ Says It Will Publicly Call Out Election…

The Obama administration was slow to call out interference in 2016 out of fear of looking political.

Bristol Palin Reportedly Joining 'Teen Mom: OG' Cast

Palin will be replacing Farrah Abraham, according to a cray new TMZ report.

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It Sure Looks Like Krispy Kreme Is About to Start Selling Delicious Cookies

Did somebody say ... cookie?

Woodside CEO on the Race to Supply China With LNG

Jul.19 -- Bloomberg's Alix Steel talks to Peter Coleman, Woodside Petroleum's chief executive officer, about the competition to supply China with LNG.

Facebook CEO's Comments Lead to Uproar, Change

Mark Zuckerberg's awkward and eyebrow-raising attempt this week to explain where Facebook draws the line on misinformation, manipulation and hate speech caused an uproar and eventual changes to the online platform. (July 19)

Walter White may appear in 'Better Call Saul…

Walter White may appear in 'Breaking Bad' spinoff 'Better Call Saul' before the show ends, says creator Vince Gilligan

No End in Sight For Lava on Hawaii’s Big Island

There is no end in sight for lava flowing out of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano that spilled out two months ago after the collapse of two active vents. The ever-present force of lava that destroyed hundreds of homes continues to flow into the ocean. (June 19)

Models Accuse Brand at Miami Swim Week of Discrimination

The brand, KYA Swim, released a statement and is looking into the incident that took place at a casting.

Princess Eugenie Matched Meghan Markle's Shoes…

A subtle royal twinning moment.

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5 Movies That Took a Chance on ABBA (That Weren’t ‘Mamma Mia!’)

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again isn't the only place to go for ABBA performances in movies this week. These five movies prove that ABBA is a great fit for just about any cinematic occasion.

BNEF Brief: Inside California's Power Problem

Jul.19 -- Bloomberg NEF's Amy Grace talks with Bloomberg's Alix Steel about California's power problem with solar.

LGBTQ Advocates Concerned About 'Religious…

It would allow adoption agencies to decline same-sex couples due to "sincerely held religious beliefs or moral convictions."