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American Unveils Prices, Routes For New Cheapest FareFort Worth-based American Airlines has begun selling cheaper "basic economy" fares as it battles discount airlines for the most budget-conscious travelers.
Traffic Study Ranks World's Most Clogged CitiesTransportation analytics firm Inrix says drivers in the car-crazy California metropolis spent 104 hours last year in congestion. That beat second-place Moscow at 91 hours and third-place New York at 89.
Chrysler Recalls Some Cars For Loose BoltsFiat Chrysler says it is recalling some Chrysler cars because driveshaft bolts can come loose on all-wheel drive models, increasing the risk of a crash.
Sargento Expands Cheese Recall, Cuts Ties With SupplierWisconsin-based Sargento Foods Inc., is expanding a voluntary recall of some cheeses due to a possible bacterial contamination.
Gas Prices Up This Week In Texas & NationwideAAA Texas on Thursday reported that the average price at the pump statewide rose a penny this week to reach an average of $2.10 per gallon. Nationwide gasoline prices rose 2 cents to average at $2.28 per gallon.
Trade Groups Push To "Expire" Confusing Food Date LabelsThe food industry is working to simplify labels on perishable food. Date stamps like “best by,” “sell by,” “use by” and “best before” can be confusing for shoppers.
Spray Perfect: Spend It Or Save It?Spray Perfect promises perfectly polished nails without ever going to a salon and the world's fastest manicure. It's said to dry in under a minute.
Mazda Recalls Nearly 174K Cars To Fix Faulty SeatsMazda is recalling about 174,000 small cars in the U.S. because the seats can change angles suddenly, making the vehicles hard to drive.
Judge To Rule On Deal For Smaller Set Of Cheating VWsA federal judge is expected to decide Tuesday whether to grant initial approval to a deal worth to compensate the owners of roughly 78,000 Volkswagens that were rigged to cheat on emissions tests.
Police Investigating Rash Of Robberies After People Visit ATMsPolice in two North Texas cities are concerned about a recent string of robberies and beatings that are happening after people get cash out of ATMs.
Drivers See Higher Premiums After Not-At-Fault CrashesMost drivers don't expect to be hit with a rate hike on their auto insurance after a car accident that wasn't their fault. But a consumer group says it happens, and it's a problem.
Gun Industry Seeks To Ease Restrictions On SilencersFor decades, buying a silencer for a firearm has been difficult. Now, emboldened by the election of President Trump, the gun industry has renewed a push in Congress to ease those restrictions.

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