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Business: Former Ford CEO Mark Fields could walk away with $57.5 million

Source: Bloomberg

Former Ford Motor Co. Chief Executive Officer Mark Fields, ousted by the board after the automaker’s stock declined 37 percent on his watch,...

Nation: Vermont's governor vetoes recreational marijuana

Source: USA Today

Vermont's governor refused to sign legislation to legalize recreational marijuana, unless the state's Congress makes some changes.

World: Manchester bomb-attack police not sharing with US

Source: BBC News

Police investigating the Manchester Arena bomb attack have stopped sharing information with the US after leaks to the media.

Out of the ordinary: Pet owner makes homemade harness for disabled fish

Source: UPI

May 24 (UPI) -- A Swedish pet owner gave an injured fish a new leash on life with a home-made harness that allows the creature to swim around in its...

Business: Automation threatens some staffing agencies according to Credit Suisse

Source: The Street

Shares of European staffing agencies Adecco (AHEXY) and Ranstad (RANJY) fell Wednesday after being downgraded by analysts at Credit Suisse, who...

Nation: Thousands of Venezuelans fleeing to the US

Source: CNN

Joy and sadness overwhelmed Emelina Guerra when she first walked into a supermarket in Miami.

World: Three more arrests in Manchester bomber investigation

Source: BBC News

Three more men have been arrested as police continue to investigate whether Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi acted alone.

Out of the ordinary: Auto club crash tests Lego Porsche

Source: UPI

May 24 (UPI) -- Experts from the General German Automobile Club performed a crash test of a Lego Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS.

Business: China to open more sectors to foreign investors

Source: Reuters

China will further open its economy to foreign investors, through measures such as allowing investment in more industries, such as services, state...

Nation: Trump to grant student loan servicing work to one company

Source: USA Today

The Department of Education said it will hand over the work of servicing federal student loans to one company — from the current roster of nine...

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