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A federal judge has rejected an attempt by three conservative states to block the U.S. government from ceding oversight of some of the internet's core systems.
A woman has filed a lawsuit against JetBlue Airways for mixing up her 5-year-old son with another boy and flying him to the wrong city.
GlaxoSmithKline PLC has agreed to pay $20 million to resolve U.S. regulators' allegations that the pharmaceutical giant's China operations bribed officials to boost drug sales.
Striking nurses at five Minnesota hospitals will vote on a contract offer next week, even though union leaders said Friday that they're still not pleased with the company's proposals for health insurance and staffing levels.
Federal aviation officials are satisfied that Allegiant Air is taking steps to address problems that inspectors found during a three-month review of the low-cost airline.
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Plunging deeper into campaign controversy, Donald Trump publicly shamed a former beauty queen on Friday for her "disgusting" sexual past and then — in one of presidential history's more bizarre moments — encouraged Americans to watch a "sex tape" he said would support his case.
Hillary's role is fair game, sure, but people who sleep in glass houses and all that ...
As we learn more about each contender, it's more clear than ever that Minnesota must take advantage of this schedule.
They were ordered to pay $6.3 million or demolition would resume.
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After Kobe Bryant's retirement and the worst season in team history, the Los Angeles Lakers' quest to rebuild a championship franchise is finally beginning in earnest.
What's intriguing is that Rochester wasn't the rival that attracted the most attention and largest crowds for Kundla's Lakers. It was a series of games with the Harlem Globetrotters, then a team of serious basketball that added some comedy, rather than vice versa.
The Los Angeles Lakers spent the last few summers attempting to sell the NBA's top free agents on the franchise's glamorous combination of history and Hollywood.
Rob Moor, the longtime CEO of the Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx, is stepping down, owner Glen Taylor announced on Friday.
Long before the Lakers were worth $2.6 billion, Minneapolis bought them for a mere $15,000.