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It's hot out there, politically speaking, with Hillary Clinton's convention going full steam and Donald Trump refusing to stay quiet while Democrats put on their big show. Reality is sometimes getting warped in the process.
The wealthy Democratic donors, many of them executives who run complex businesses, know firsthand how revealing tax returns can be. Perhaps that's why they can't stop talking about Republican nominee Donald Trump's refusal to release his.
Anglo-Swedish drugmaker AstraZeneca says second-quarter earnings fell 22 percent after sales of its blockbuster cholesterol drug Crestor dropped sharply after a generic alternative came on the market in the United States.
Royal Dutch Shell says second-quarter earnings fell 72 percent as low oil prices challenge the profitability of the business.
A judge dismissed pay-to-play charges against former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff Wednesday, ending a high-profile case that landed soon after he wrapped up 12 years as the state's top lawman.