White House Official: Obama Briefed On UK Vote To Bolt EUThe U.S. is reacting cautiously to the decision by Britain's voters to bolt the 28-nation European Union, with a White House official saying only that President Barack Obama is being kept up to date on developments.
Thieves Break Into East Dallas Hare Krishna TempleDallas police are looking for two men who broke into the East Dallas Hare Krishna Temple on the night of June 13.
Florida Bank Issues First U.S. Credit Card For Use In CubaA small Florida bank will issue the first U.S. credit card intended for use in Cuba. That could make it easier for Americans to travel and work on an island largely cut off from the U.S. financial system.
Federal Regulators Propose Restrictions On Payday LendersFederal regulators are proposing a significant clampdown on payday lenders and other providers of high-interest loans.
Americans Have Disparate Access To Retirement PlansAmericans who want to retire may face very unequal paths to get there depending on where they live. Workplace retirement plans, such as 401(k) accounts, have become a critical retirement savings tool for most Americans.
Delivery Driver Drops Off Pizza, Picks Up Customer's Wallet On-CameraMore than 600 hundred dollars for three pizzas; that's what a Garland family says it costs them after a delivery driver was caught on camera stealing a wallet.
Two-Thirds Of Americans Would Struggle To Cover $1,000 EmergencyIt's a sign that despite years of recovery from the Great Recession, Americans' financial condition remains as precarious as ever.
Commission Being Set Up for Dallas HomelessDallas mayor Mike Rawlings announced the formation of a commission to find a long-term housing plan for thousands of homeless.
The Search For Bitcoin's Creator Still Not OverWho is Satoshi Nakamoto? For many in the tech world, the identity of bitcoin's elusive creator has been a long-running parlor game. And the speculation might not be over.
How Amazon Convinced People To Pay For ShoppingAmazon is clearly entering its Prime, meaning its $100 annual membership program, now a decade old, which has accomplished the remarkable feat of convincing millions of people to pay an annual fee for the privilege of shopping.
FTC Rules Amazon Is Liable For In-App ChargesA federal judge on Wednesday ruled that Amazon is liable for in-app purchases made by children, the latest development in a suit filed by the Federal Trade Commission in 2014.
Stung By Low Oil Prices, Exxon Loses 'AAA' Rating From S&PLow oil prices have helped cost Exxon its pristine "AAA" credit rating from Standard & Poor's, a label it held for over six decades.

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