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Las Vegas Tourism Sees Changes in Aftermath of Shooting

By Regina Garcia Cano | Oct 17
Las Vegas' tourism sector is bracing for changes in the aftermath of the massacre that killed 58 people at an outdoor music festival.

Weinstein Co., Mired in Scandal May Be Up for Sale

Weinstein Co., Mired in Scandal May Be Up for Sale

Oct 16
The company said Monday that it will receive an immediate cash infusion from Colony Capital and is in negotiations for the potential sale of all or a significant portion of the company

NOT REAL NEWS: A Look at What Didn't Happen This Week

NOT REAL NEWS: A Look at What Didn't Happen This Week

Oct 16
None of these stories are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked these out; here are the real facts.

Trump Voters Confront Climate Change in Wake of Hurricane

Trump Voters Confront Climate Change in Wake of Hurricane

By Claire Galofaro | Oct 16
Jefferson County, Texas, is among the low-lying coastal areas of America that could lose the most as the ice caps melt and the seas warm and rise. At the same time, it is economically dependent on the petroleum industry.

Central Europe Tackles Issue of Lower Quality Consumer Goods

Central Europe Tackles Issue of Lower Quality Consumer Goods

Oct 16
The leaders of four Central European countries have cautiously welcomed European Union proposals to address their concerns that multinationals sell lower-quality versions of their foods to consumers in Central and Eastern Europe than in the West.

Storms Surge and U.S. Retail Sales Surge; Most in 2 ½ Years

Storms Surge and U.S. Retail Sales Surge; Most in 2 ½ Years

By Christopher Rugaber | Oct 15
Americans increased their spending at retailers last month by the most in two and a half years, driven by strong auto sales as residents of hurricane-ravaged areas replaced destroyed cars.

Renters Find Extra Hurdles to Recovery After Hurricanes

Renters Find Extra Hurdles to Recovery After Hurricanes

By Claudia Lauer and Adriana Gomez Licon | Oct 15
A neighbor was the first to tell Paige Cane that her landlord had posted an eviction notice on the door of her flooded apartment in Port Arthur, Texas.

In Serbian Village, Violins Are Made with Love

In Serbian Village, Violins Are Made with Love

By Darko Vojinovic | Oct 15
In the small Serbian village of Kovacica, Jan Nemcek makes violins the old way - with no machines, only his hands and tools. And with love.

Rare Photos by Early NASA Astronauts Being Auctioned Off

Rare Photos by Early NASA Astronauts Being Auctioned Off

By Philip Marcelo | Oct 14
John Glenn was the first person to snap a photograph of Earth from outer space. Neil Armstrong took the first picture from the moon's surface.

Trump Threatens NBC but Experts See No Real Risk to Licenses

Trump Threatens NBC but Experts See No Real Risk to Licenses

By Tali Arbel | Oct 14
President Donald Trump is threatening NBC's broadcast licenses because he's not happy with how its news division has covered him. But experts say his threats aren't likely to lead to any action.

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