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Judge weighs new Motel 6 settlement in immigration lawsuit

Jul 19, 2019

A revised settlement for Motel 6 guests who say the national chain invaded their privacy by giving their information to immigration authorities is returning to court for a judge's review. The Friday afternoon hearing is Motel 6 was sued in January 2018,

Boeing to take a $4.9 billion charge over grounded jet

Jul 18, 2019

The grounding of its 737 Max plane will cause Boeing to take a $4.9 billion charge and will cut $5.6 billion from the company's pre-tax income

About 10,000 au pairs to get paid in class-action settlement

Jul 18, 2019

About 10,000 live-in childcare workers from around the world will be paid an average of $3,500 each under a class-action settlement that alleged exploitation of the mostly young women who perform the jobs

The Latest: Schumer wants federal probe into power outage

Jul 14, 2019

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is calling for a federal probe into a blackout that left thousands of people in Manhattan without power for several hours

African American museum founder discovered dead in car trunk

Jul 13, 2019

Police in Louisiana say the founder of an African American history museum has been found dead in the trunk of a car

California exhibit paints Ed Hardy as artist, tattoo pioneer

Jul 12, 2019

A new exhibit at a San Francisco museum sheds light on Ed Hardy as a prolific artist and tattoo pioneer.

As Barry approaches, New Orleans residents debate evacuation

Jul 12, 2019

As Barry approaches, New Orleans residents debate evacuation

Turbulence injures dozens on Air Canada flight to Australia

Jul 12, 2019

Intense turbulence strikes Air Canada flight to Australia, forcing the plane to land in Hawaii; 37 injured

Official: Girl's death probe includes cruise line scrutiny

Jul 11, 2019

Puerto Rico authorities say they're taking numerous approaches in their investigation into an 18-month-old Indiana girl's fatal fall from a cruise ship, including exploring possible negligence by the cruise line

Archaeologists begin 1st excavations of Boston's Chinatown

Jul 8, 2019

Boston has launched the first archaeological excavations of the city's historic Chinatown

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