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Pot surpasses alcohol tax revenue in Colorado

Colorado is now raising more tax revenue selling marijuana than it does with alcohol sales.


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Target announces another 275 layoffs

Big box retailer Target has announced 275 layoffs, most of them coming from the company's Minneapolis-based technology department.



China stocks choppy in mid-day trading

After spending much of the morning in negative territory, the benchmark Shanghai Composite was 0.8 percent higher by mid-day. Trading was more volatile on China's smaller Shenzhen Composite, which shed as much as 3 percent before mounting a recovery.



Kraft Singles cheese slices recalled for choking hazard

The Kraft Heinz Company is recalling about 36,000 cases Kraft Singles individually wrapped cheese slices due to a possible choking hazard.


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NY county gets 2nd $100M lotto winner in 3 months

What's in the water of Sullivan County in upstate New York?


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Reports: T.J. Maxx pulls offensive 'Hang Loose' shirt

A T-shirt with the words "hang loose" featuring a picture of a noose was pulled by retailer T.J. Maxx after a picture of the shirt hit the Twitterverse, The Washington Post and the Huffington Post reported.



Chicken products recalled over allergy concerns

Campos Foods of Caryville, Tennessee, is recalling approximately 5,300 pounds of chicken products due to misbranding and undeclared allergens



Keurig recalls nearly 7 million coffee makers

Keurig Green Mountain is recalling nearly 7 million coffee makers that could overheat liquids and burn users.



Ortega products pulled over nut allergy concerns

B&G Foods is voluntarily recalling certain Ortega taco products over nut allergy concerns.



Kraft recalls more than 7,500 cases of cheese

Kraft Foods Group has announced a recall of more than 7,500 cases of its popular single-slice American cheese.


Personal Finance

Tips for mortgage borrowers


If you’re thinking about buying a house in the near future take a look at these tips on taking out a mortgage:

Is tracking your money online too risky?

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Software can help you keep your finances straight and even set a budget. Are free sites online just as good as something on your computer?

Buying in bulk can save big money

From the single shopper to the family of seven, buying certain items bulk can save time and money.

5 ways to cut your energy bills

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There are some really, really easy things you can do today to trim that electric and/or gas bill that haunts your mailbox month in, month out.

Protect yourself from identity theft

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About 19 people a minute become new victims of identity theft, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center.

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