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Muslim claims discrimination on United flight

A simple request for an unopened can of Diet Coke on a United Airlines flight left Tahera Ahmad in tears. A Muslim chaplain and director of interfaith engagement at Northwestern University, Ahmad was traveling Friday from Chicago to Washington.

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'San Andreas' rocks Friday box office with $18.2 million

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson sent shockwaves through Friday's box office as "San Andreas" pulled in higher than expected totals.

The disaster film raked in $18.2 million Friday, and is now expected to be the #1 movie this weekend with a projected U.S.…

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Is the IRS too broke to protect your info?

The IRS is giving Americans' tax refunds to criminal imposters, and until recently its website was spilling your information to identity thieves.

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Airport workers busted in NBA sneaker heist

NBA star Kevin Durant got paid big bucks for making 24 steals this season. But prosecutors have called a foul on two New York airport employees who allegedly swiped 24 not-yet released sneakers from his Nike collection.

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Time Inc. erecting pay walls beginning with...

Making its web sites more like its print magazines, Time Inc. is introducing a partial pay wall, beginning with Entertainment Weekly's site.

The company says it's hoping to "accelerate revenue growth" and find out more about what its web readers want.

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American Express president Ed Gilligan dies at 55

American Express President Ed Gilligan died Friday morning after becoming seriously ill on a flight to New York, the company said.

Gilligan, who was 55, spent his entire 35-year career with American Express, starting as an intern and rising to one of…

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Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch can be yours for $100M

Neverland, the California ranch that Michael Jackson turned into his own private zoo, can now be yours for a cool $100 million - chimps not included.

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Low inventory, high prices: House hunting horror stories

Life as a buyer in a seller's market is tough.

Weekends are spent trudging through crowded open houses, lowering your standards and scrambling to submit an offer within hours of seeing a mediocre house.

It's also emotional.

"I began to cry again,…

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Over 2 million more cars added to Takata recall

Over 2 million more vehicles were added to official lists of models being recalled because of potentially dangerous airbags made by Japanese manufacturer Takata.

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U.S. economy contracted in first quarter

Thank goodness spring is here. Winter really wore down the U.S. economy.

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