Fiat-Chrysler CEO says October 13 is possible date for Wall Street IPO
The chief executive of Fiat-Chrysler, Sergio Marchionne, said on Saturday October 13 was the first possible date for the group to launch its initial public offering on Wall Street.
Jennifer Aniston on being a 'badass' after 'Friends'
After playing sitcom sweetheart Rachel Green in long-running television comedy "Friends" for 10 years, Jennifer Aniston has spent the last decade looking for roles where she can "kick some ass."
California passes plastic bag ban, would be first such law in U.S
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The California state legislature enacted a ban on plastic grocery bags on Friday near the end of its two-year session, a measure that if signed into law would become the first of its kind in America.
Three superfoods that nourish and rejuvenate the skin
A change in diet should always be the priority among people seeking to improve their skin's long-term health.
Trip Tips: Tour the dark side of Copenhagen's fairy tale
The Danish capital that fostered Hans Christian Andersen, the godfather of fairy tales, and hosts one of Europe's oldest royal lineages is also the setting for grisly murders and political intrigue in television dramas popular across the world.
The Fun of Empire: Fighting on All Sides of a War in Syria
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If you like running around sermonizing on the need to destroy ISIS, at least be honest enough to acknowledge what that will really require and then advocate that. Anything short of that is just self-glorifying deceit: donning the costume of Churchillian Resolve and Moral Purpose without any substance.
U.S. authorities investigate suspected threat against Obama: reports
Authorities in Connecticut on Friday were investigating a possible threat against President Barack Obama, local media reported.
Pending home sales rise sharply, point to stronger market
Americans signed more contracts in July to buy previously-owned homes than in any month in almost a year, suggesting the housing market was pulling out of its slump more quickly than expected.
Surprises galore for women at U.S. Open, men steady
The U.S. Open women's draw was blown wide open by a series of upsets on Friday but it was business as usual on the men's side with Roger Federer leading a parade of seeds into the third round at the year's final grand slam.
Feds Deny “Vehicle to Vehicle Communications” Tech Will Be Used to Spy on Drivers
“Basic Safety Message” to broadcast GPS signal
Cuban migrants head back to sea as relatives pray in the U.S.
Sixteen Cuban migrants who sought refuge in Grand Cayman have resumed their voyage in a small, homemade aluminum boat after local officials turned them away, citing a migration agreement with Cuba.
Saudi king warns of terrorism threat to U.S., Europe
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah said terrorism would soon spread to Europe and the United States unless it is quickly dealt with in the Middle East, the Saudi state news agency reported late on Friday.
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