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Hurricane Ian tore into western Cuba as a major hurricane Tuesday and left 1 million people without electricity.

By Associated Press September 27, 2022
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Walmart is teaming up with a fertility startup to offer benefits under its insurance plan that will help its workers expand their families.

By ANNE D'INNOCENZIO and TOM MURPHY, Associated Press September 27, 2022
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A Delaware judge is hearing arguments over the exchange of information by lawyers for Twitter and Elon Musk in a lawsuit in which the social media giant is seeking to force Musk to carry through with his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter.

By RANDALL CHASE, AP Business Writer September 27, 2022
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Apple Inc. will make its iPhone 14 in India, the company said on Monday, as manufacturers shift production from China amid geopolitical tensions and pandemic restrictions that have disrupted supply chains for many industries.

By KRUTIKA PATHI, Associated Press September 26, 2022
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Members of Congress have officially objected to the results in four of the last six presidential elections, a partisan practice that has been legal for over a century but became much more fraught after a violent mob of then-President Donald Trump’s supporters attacked the U.S. Capitol last year.

By MARY CLARE JALONICK, Associated Press September 26, 2022
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Rihanna will take center stage at February's Super Bowl halftime show.

By JAKE COYLE Associated Press September 25, 2022
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A 99-day run of falling gasoline prices — a streak that gave consumers a glimmer of hope that red-hot inflation might be cooling — has ended, with pump prices still much higher than a year ago.

By DAVID KOENIG and MICHELLE CHAPMAN, AP Business Writers September 23, 2022
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Mortgage rates have jumped, home sales have slumped and credit cards and auto loans have gotten pricier. Savings rates are slightly juicier, though.

By CORA LEWIS, Associated Press September 23, 2022
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The Federal Reserve delivered its bluntest reckoning Wednesday of what it will take to finally tame painfully high inflation: Slower growth, higher unemployment and potentially a recession.

By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER, AP Economics Writer September 23, 2022
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Markets sold off around the world on mounting signs the global economy is weakening just as central banks raise the pressure even more with additional hikes to interest rates.

By DAMIAN J. TROISE and ALEX VEIGA ,AP Business Writers September 23, 2022
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Some Hyundai and Kia cars and SUVs are missing a "key" anti-theft device, and thieves know.

September 22, 2022
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Tesla is recalling nearly 1.1 million vehicles in the U.S. because the windows can pinch a person's fingers when being rolled up.

By Associated Press September 22, 2022
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President Joe Biden said Thursday the full force of the federal government is ready to help Puerto Rico recover from the devastation of Hurricane Fiona even as Bermuda and Canada's Atlantic provinces were preparing for a major blast from the Category 4 storm.

By DÁNICA COTO, Associated Press September 22, 2022
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Governors' races often are overshadowed by the fight for control of Congress during midterm elections. But this fall, the nation’s political future hangs just as much on governors' mansions as it does on Capitol Hill.

By SARA BURNETT and JOHN HANNA, Associated Press September 22, 2022
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U.S. doctors should regularly screen all adults under 65 for anxiety, an influential health guidelines group proposed Tuesday.

By LINDSEY TANNER, AP Medical Writer September 21, 2022
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There are few places in the U.S. with a more deeply ingrained reputation as a refuge for immigrants than New York City, where the Statue of Liberty rises from the harbor as a symbol of welcome for the worn and weary.

By MICHELLE L. PRICE, Associated Press September 21, 2022
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A former Minneapolis police officer who was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison for aiding and abetting the killing of George Floyd became angry when he erroneously thought he might have to register as a predatory offender, saying his role was “minimal” when compared with Derek Chauvin's.

By AMY FORLITI, Associated Press September 21, 2022
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Hurricane Fiona unleashed more rain on Puerto Rico on Monday, a day after the storm knocked out power and water to most of the island, and National Guard troops rescued hundreds of people who got stranded.

By MARICARMEN RIVERA SANCHEZ and DÁNICA COTO, Associated Press September 20, 2022
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After a year spent off-air, the Golden Globe Awards are returning to NBC in January, as the embattled Hollywood Foreign Press Association seeks a primetime comeback after more than a year of turmoil. NBC, the Hollywood Press Association and dick clark productions on Tuesday made the Globes' return official.

By JAKE COYLE Associated Press September 20, 2022
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A school bus crashed into a store in South Carolina on Tuesday, hitting one student outside and sending seven people to the hospital, authorities said.

By Associated Press September 20, 2022
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Democrats are pumping an unprecedented amount of money into advertising related to abortion rights, underscoring how central the message is to the party in the final weeks before the November midterm elections.

By STEVE PEOPLES and AARON M. KESSLER, Associated Press September 20, 2022
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House Democrats are voting this week on changes to a 19th century law for certifying presidential elections, their strongest legislative response yet to the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection and former President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn his 2020 election defeat.

By MARY CLARE JALONICK, Associated Press September 20, 2022
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Maury Wills, who intimidated pitchers with his base-stealing prowess as a shortstop for the Los Angeles Dodgers on three World Series championship teams, has died. He was 89.

By BETH HARRIS Associated Press September 20, 2022
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Hurricane Fiona roared over the Dominican Republic on Monday, a day after knocking out power to all of Puerto Rico and causing damage the governor described as “catastrophic.” Many people were also left without water service.

By MARICARMEN RIVERA SANCHEZ and DÁNICA COTO, Associated Press September 19, 2022
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When President Joe Biden announced a plan to forgive student loan debt, many borrowers who kept making payments during the pandemic wondered if they'd made the right choice.

By ADRIANA MORGA, Associated Press September 19, 2022

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