Police arrest man for January shooting in Columbia

Police have arrested 32-year-old Jermell Burnett in connection with a shooting that happened on Third Avenue last month.

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Bookstores record first rise in sales since 2007

In the book publishing world, what's old is new again.

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Victoria's Secret CEO resigning after 16 years

The CEO of Victoria's Secret is leaving the angels behind.

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Dow is now down 1,451 points this year

You might want to sit down before checking on your investment portfolio.

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Do the Grammys also have a race problem?

In an era in which the topic of race has taken center stage, Kendrick Lamar's Grammy-nominated album "To Pimp a Butterfly" wears its blackness as a badge of honor.

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Crazily volatile oil spikes 12% in biggest gain since 2009

Don't blink --- you might miss a ridiculous swing in oil prices.

The latest move was to the upside. Big time.

Crude oil prices spiked 12.3% on Friday to $29.44 a barrel. It was the biggest one-day percentage gain since February 2009.

The surge comes ju...

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Why it would be tough for Trump to bring jobs back from China

It's one of Donald Trump's favorite campaign promises.

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Subaru recalls 77,000 Tribecas

Subaru is recalling 77,000 Tribeca SUVs due to a defective hood latch that can open unexpectedly while driving.

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Japan stocks fall; global rout continues

The global stock rout rolled across Asia on Friday.

Major Asian stock markets sank as investors continued to dump riskier assets. Japan's Nikkei tumbled 4.8%, bringing its losses for the week to more than 11%. The Hang Seng in Hong Kong slipped 1.2% a...

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Lawmaker loses war against small airline seats

A congressional soldier fighting a war against shrinking airline seats lost a battle in the U.S. House Thursday.

In a 26-33 vote, a House committee defeated legislation that would have mandated size standards for airline passenger seats. "I am disapp...

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US blames Russia for Ukraine grid attack

Russia was behind a December cyber attack on Ukraine's power grid that caused widespread power outages, a senior Obama administration official said Thursday.

Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, deputy Energy Secretary, made the comments to a gathering of ele...

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