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Watch: Electric Ford Truck Tows a Train

To show off its all-electric F-150 prototype, Ford had the truck tow several train cars over 1,000 feet.

Brain Study of Diplomats Reveals 'Medical Mystery'

The first brain-imaging study of US diplomats who reported suffering from mysterious ailments in Cuba appears to back up their story that something happened—but what that might be remains unclear. Researchers say the 40 diplomats studied have clear differences in their brains compared to a control group, they report...

Democratic Party is becoming the party of…

Peebles Corporation CEO Don Peebles reacts to Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s (D-Mich.) call for a $20 minimum wage and Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) claim that an economic recession is coming.

Coca-Cola Hits Record High Numbers

Coca-Cola hit a record high in early trading after beating second-quarter earnings estimates. According to Business Insider, the company also booster its full-year 2019 revenue forecast. The company said the quarterly growth was driven mostly by its soft-drink sales. Its Coca-Cola Zero Sugar brand saw its seventh consecutive quarter of double-digit global volume growth. Additionally, the company added new canned coffee drinks and a Coca-Cola energy drink in the last quarter.

This is why US health care is so expensive

CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta takes a closer look at why health care in the United States is so expensive making it harder for families to make ends meet.

Afghanistan Wants Clarification About Trump's…

President Trump's matter-of-fact statement about destroying Afghanistan isn't sitting well in that country. "I could win that war in a week, I just don't want to kill 10 million people," Trump said Monday as he met with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan in the Oval Office. "Afghanistan would be wiped...

Will Congress deal with the national debt?

Former Dallas Fed advisor Danielle DiMartino Booth and NatWest Markets managing director Michelle Girard give their take on the booming national debt and whether the Federal Reserve should lower interest rates.

Harley-Davidson Forced To Cut Number Of Shipments…

Harley-Davidson Inc cut the expected number for shipments of its motorcycles in 2019. According to Reuters, worldwide sales in the second quarter fell, hurt by higher tariff costs. How much profit the company makes per dollar of sales after accounting for production costs was also down. The revised outlook led to a 4 percent fall in the company’s stock price. The company now expects to ship about 212,000 to 217,000 bikes, compared to 217,000 to 222,000.

500-year-old shipwreck discovered using robotic…

With the help of state-of-the-art robotic technology, archaeologists uncovered a 500-year-old shipwreck deep in the Baltic Sea that dates back to the Renaissance era.

First Came the Murders, Then the Online Trolls

The family of a pregnant Colorado mother who was murdered along with her two young daughters say they've been subject to "a constant stream of ugly, evil insults and attacks" over the last 11 months. "To online social media sites like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter—we have contacted you many...

Harmeet Dhillon, Andy Ngo head to Capitol Hill to…

FOX Business’ Charles Payne talks to journalist Andy Ngo and Harmeet Dhillon of the National Republican Lawyers Association, before meeting with lawmakers to discuss how members of Antifa attacked Ngo last month.

Equifax to Pay up to $700 Million for Data…

Equifax to Pay up to $700 Million for Data Breach The breach occurred in 2017, affecting close to 150 million people. Exposed consumer data included SSNs, birthdates, addresses and even driver’s license numbers. $425 million will be paid out to those affected by the breach, with $125 million being paid out to states and $100 million paid out to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Equifax will also begin offering six free credits reports a year for seven years beginning in January. “Equifax failed to take basic steps that may have prevented the breach. This settlement requires that the company take steps to improve its data security.” Joe Simons, FTC Chairman, via NPR Equifax CEO Mark Begor said the settlement “reflects the seriousness with which we take this matter.” Consumer advocates have both criticized and praised the settlement.

See Tom Hanks as Mister Rogers in new trailer

Watch Sony's new trailer for "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood" starring Tom Hanks as the late Fred Rogers.

Police Release Sketch After Highway Killings in…

Canadian authorities have released a sketch of a person believed to be among the last to encounter Chynna Deese and Lucas Fowler alive. The US woman and her Australian boyfriend had embarked on a three-week road trip before they were found shot to death on the side of a northern...