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  • Bank of America to Cut 3,500 Jobs

    Bank of America, the nation's largest bank, plans to eliminate 3,500 jobs during the third quarter, part of a broader effort to cut costs at the bank, whose stock has fallen more than 50 percent since January. The bank has already cut 2,500 jobs this year
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  • Fed Prepares for U.S. Default

    As wrangling over the U.S. debt ceiling continues, the Fed is making preparations in the event that lawmakers fail to reach an agreement by the August 2 deadline
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  • Video: Life on Mars?

    The appearance of what scientists believe is flowing salt water on Mars reignited speculation about alien life.
  • Hells Angels Boss Dead in Northern Nevada Shootout

    A Hells Angels motorcycle club leader was killed Friday night during a shootout with members of the rival Vagos motorcycle club inside a northern Nevada casino, U.S. media reports.
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