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  • US regulator says Fiat Chrysler recall woes are widespread

    A top U.S. auto safety regulator says that Fiat Chrysler failed to provide timely and accurate recall information to her agency and that customers also have problems getting accurate information.

  • Canadian government protects large area of Lake Superior

    About half of the Lake Superior waters and much of the shoreline belonging to the Canadian government are now under the country's highest level of federal protection.

  • Authorities seize 100 kilograms of cocaine near Atlanta

    Authorities say a joint investigation led to the seizure of 100 kilograms of cocaine just outside Atlanta.

  • U.S. sees third straight month of healthy job gains

    The U.S. economy is showing signs of warming up.The Labor Department says the U.S. added 223,000 jobs in June. Thats the third straight month of healthy job gains. The national unemployment rate also fell to five-point-three percent last month.Those levels have not been seen since before the 2008 financial crisis. But average hourly earnings rose just two-percent annually in June.Thats below the goal for a healthy economy of at least three-and-a-half percent.

  • Whole Foods CEOs: "We made some mistakes" by overcharging customers for some foods

    The CEOs of whole foods market are apologizing for overcharging New York City customers.In a video filmed at a Whole Foods, John Mackey and Walter Robb admitted that customers were overcharged for some items, including sandwiches, sliced fruit and freshly-squeezed juice. They said employees made mistakes when weighing the products.The company says it will improve training nationwide to make sure overcharging doesnt happen again. They also pledged that if any customer is overcharged for...


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