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The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that would give workers paid time off for overtime instead of time-and-a-half pay.

The U.S. Senate yesterday approved President Donald Trump’s choice to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission.

General Motors announced it will take a $100 million hit in profits after its Venezuelan plant was seized.

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating San Francisco-based Sunrun Inc. and Elon Musk's San Mateo, California-based SolarCity Corp.

A Chinese firm is now the largest investor in Germany's biggest bank.

Col. Bruce Hampton slowly fell to his knees during the the finale of his star-studded birthday concert. Fans first took it as another one of his quirky performance acts.

New York City's newest digits are 332.

Yum Brands, the owner of Taco Bell and KFC, reported first-quarter net income of $280 million.

Jason Klein could face up to five years in federal prison without parole under federal statutes.

The 50-year-old dealership joins Central Dodge in being bought out by Corwin. 

Council considers allowing for administrative offices and a transitional residential program on the property.

Entrepreneurs share their business proposals and progress.

Shawn Wahl takes over for Gloria Galanes to head the College of Arts and Letters. 

Fox News’s Bill Shine has resigned from his position as co-president, the latest in a string of employees to exit the network.

Swiss banking company UBS Group AG paid $445 million to settle claims it sold toxic mortgage securities that helped sink two U.S. credit unions.

Conservative political commentator Tomi Lahren has settled a lawsuit she brought last month against Glenn Beck and his media outlet The Blaze.

Angie's List has agreed to be purchased by IAC, the parent company of its rival HomeAdvisor.

Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies LLC, one of the top employers in Kansas City, is hiring even more.

The city of San Francisco has settled with short-term rental companies Airbnb and HomeAway.

The Writers Guild of America and Hollywood studios reached a deal to avoid a strike.

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