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Hearing today on Fiat Chrysler recall delays

Today,  Fiat Chrysler is back in the spotlight as the government presents its case on the automaker's handling of safety defects.

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DOJ probing possible airline team up to keep fares high

The Justice Department has sent subpoenas to several major airlines as part of an investigation into "possible unlawful coordination" to limit capacity increases, and thereby keeping ticket prices high, a department spokeswoman said Wednesday.

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Macy's dumps Donald Trump merchandise

Macy's is pulling Donald Trump brand merchandise from its stores after the Republican presidential candidate's recent controversial remarks created a public uproar.

The department store has come under intense pressure to cut ties with the real…

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Stocks rally despite mixed messages from Greece

Deal or no deal for Greece? Wall Street was feeling more optimistic Wednesday, sending stocks back up.

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Airline bag and other fees we love to hate

Nobody likes paying airline bag fees. And for U.S. passengers, things are about to get worse.

Now that JetBlue started charging for bags on Tuesday, Southwest Airlines will be the only major U.S. airline not tacking on additional luggage fees.

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20 ways to make your Chrome browser better

The Web can be overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. If you're a Google Chrome user, there are thousands of browser plug-ins called "extensions" that can make it easier to stay on top everything you do online.

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Apple

Apple iPhone 6S photos have been leaked

The iPhone is undergoing a makeover. Even if you can't see it yet.

Leaked images of the new iPhone don't look too different from the current iPhone 6 at first glance, according to photos obtained by 9to5Mac.

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Who owns Puerto Rico's debt?

Puerto Rico is being dubbed "America's Greece." The island has too much debt that it can't pay.

While the island managed to avoid default by making its big July 1 bond payments, Puerto Rico still has over $70 billion in outstanding debt to go.…

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CNN

Greek leader flip-flops on bailout - again

The Greek tragedy risks turning into a farce.

Hours after telling Europe he could accept most of the conditions of a bailout he previously rejected, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras urged Greeks to vote against it.

Confused? You're not alone. Markets in…

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Personal Finance

How expensive is college?

We all know college is expensive, but are you aware of just how expensive it is? Find out here.

How to afford college

With college tuition prices increasing, how are you going to afford to pay for tuition, fees and room and board? Check out some creative ways to afford college.

Work-life balance: Tips to reclaim control

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Trying to separate work from your personal life can be difficult. Get tips on how to better leave work at work here.

Tips for mortgage borrowers

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

Cheap, affordable summer activities for kids

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As kids start their summer vacations parents might start to worry about the cost of trying to entertain their kids over the summer months. Check out these cheap activities for kids.

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