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Apple Music is here: 5 things to know

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As Seen On TV Tuesday: Plumber's Hero

Whether it’s a sink, toilet or shower, stopped up drains can quickly drain a budget when a plumber has to get involved. That’s why consumer expert Amy Davis tested a product that claims to unstop any drain with almost no effort at a fraction of the…

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Greeks rush to bitcoin in lieu of euro

With bank doors slammed shut, frantic Greeks are turning to online trading platforms to see if the digital money Bitcoin is a better bet than the euro.

The world's largest Bitcoin exchanges tell CNNMoney they've seen a surge of business from…

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Obama wants to make 5 million more workers eligible for...

An estimated 5 million more salaried workers may soon become automatically eligible for overtime pay.

That's according to President Obama, who on Monday evening previewed a key part of a proposed change to overtime rules.

Today, the only way you're…

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Can a device save your skin from sun damage?

Many of us are going to be at the beach or by the pool this holiday weekend, spending hours in the hot Texas sunshine that can damage your skin and speed up the aging process.

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Puerto Rico wants to be able to declare bankruptcy

Puerto Rico's governor has a message for Washington D.C: change the law, we want the right to declare bankruptcy.

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US stock suffer worst drop of 2015 on Greek default fears

Greece only makes up 0.3%of the global economy, but it's causing a global stock market sell-off, including a drop of 350 points in the Dow Jones industrial average.

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Why Puerto Rico's economy is in a 'death spiral'

Puerto Rico's economy is heading into a "death spiral" right now.

That's how the commonwealth's governor, Alejandro García Padilla, summed up the situation in an interview with the New York Times. Puerto Rico owes about $73 billion in debt, which…

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Global markets spooked by looming 'leap second'

You won't even notice it -- it will literally pass by in a second. But markets around the world are frantically trying to avoid a leap second that threatens to disrupt global trading on Tuesday.

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Connoisseur travelers choose airline based on drink options

Whenever Ben Schlappig travels from his home in Los Angeles to Europe, he flies Singapore Airlines.

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