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Alfred Taubman, pioneer of indoor mall, dies

American suburbanites who can do all their shopping without getting wet, driving from point-to-point or looking for a new place to park, can give much of the credit to Alfred Taubman.

Taubman, a real estate developer who helped change the face of…

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This country fines you for being unemployed

Losing your job comes with an extra sting if you live in Belarus.

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'Snoring sickness' leaves you gasping for air

Glenn Keller remembers the first time he realized something was wrong. Doctors surrounded his bed after a routine surgery on his wrist, asking him questions about dizziness, shortness of breath, and being lightheaded.

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The 'cold call' Pope rings again

Memo to journalists: When you write an open letter to the Pope, keep your cell phone charged. He may call to chat about it.

Yes, the "Cold Call Pope" rang again this week. This time, according to an Argentine journalist, Francis phoned to answer a…

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Survey: Swimmers 'make the best lovers'

They say don't judge a book by its cover, but new research suggests you can tell a lot about someone just by looking at what sports they play -- and it seems swimmers make the best lovers.

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Acorns

This app has helped millennials save $25 million

Investors -- and millennials -- are nuts about Acorns.

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10 diseases medical marijuana could help

Here are 10 diseases people commonly use medical marijuana to treat.

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Clinton campaign ad carries warning in Russia

A Russian TV channel aired Hillary Clinton's first campaign video with a rating stamp that means it's for mature audiences, because of fears it might run afoul of the country's anti-gay propaganda law.

A clip of the video, which features a gay couple…

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Chile to recognize same-sex civil unions

Civil unions between people of the same sex will soon be recognized in Chile.

The country joined several of its South American neighbors in allowing the unions when President Michelle Bachelet enacted a new law on Monday.

"This is a concrete step in…

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Women nearly twice as likely to retire in poverty

The promise of America from one generation to the next is a simple one: After a lifetime of hard and rewarding work, Americans can expect to enjoy a secure retirement.

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