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Scalia's death means loss of key vote in divided cases

WASHINGTON— Justice Antonin Scalia's death deprives conservatives of a key vote that could change the outcome in some major Supreme Court cases, including one in which labor unions appeared headed for a big defeat. Next month's Supreme Court arguments in a clash over contraceptives, religious liberty and President Barack Obama's health care law also now...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By MARK SHERMAN, Associated Press
Feds seek borehole test for potential hot nuke waste burial

The five-year borehole project was tentatively slated to start later this year on state-owned land in rural North Dakota, but it has already been met with opposition from state and local leaders who want more time to review whether the plan poses any public danger. "It should be a statewide decision," said Jeff Zent, spokesman for North Dakota Gov.
Source: The Associated Press | By: By BETSY BLANEY, Associated Press
Looking for love, finding fraud: Scams on the rise

More than 1 percent of online dating transactions were fraudulent in 2015. Fraudsters are growing more sophisticated to cash in on the quest for love.
Source: | By: Jennifer Schlesinger
Behind the political chess game Justice Scalia's death creates

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's death may not transform the president's last year in office or the election. But it will change them. Here's how.
Source: | By: John Harwood
Michigan city struggles over whether to buy GM or Ford

BAY CITY, Mich.— A city that has been home to a General Motors factory for nearly a century is struggling over whether to buy less expensive Ford Motor SUVs for the police department. The issue will be discussed at a city commission meeting Monday, The Bay City Times reported. Commissioner Ed Clements wants to stick with GM, which has operated a factory in Bay City, 115...
Source: The Associated Press
MIDEAST MONEY-Defying global slump, Iran stocks soar on sanctions relief

DUBAI, Feb 14- A leap by the Tehran stock market in the past four weeks contrasts with gloom in many bourses around the world and hints at Iran's investment potential as its economy, long isolated by sanctions, rejoins the global trading system. The TEDPIX index has soared 18.3 percent since Jan. 16, when the sanctions were lifted after an international deal on...
Source: Reuters | By: Andrew Torchia
UPDATE 1-Modi urged to make reality match 'Make in India' hype

MUMBAI, Feb 14- Thousands of people and lion mascots swarmed the weekend opening of a "Make in India" drive to attract foreign direct investment, pitched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as "the biggest brand that India has ever created". Even as the Make in India hype scales new heights, some bosses questioned Modi's delivery on promises to make it easier to do...
Source: Reuters | By: Promit Mukherjee and Rafael Nam
Kanye West drops new album, claims $53M in debt

Kanye West revealed to his 18.7 million Twitter followers that he was burdened with more than $50 million of debt.
Source: | By: Javier E. David
Big 'Deadpool' debut annihilates 'Fifty Shades' record, more

LOS ANGELES— The R-rated "Deadpool" has taken the box office by storm, annihilating records with an eye-popping $135 million from its first three days in theaters, according to comScore estimates Sunday. The Fox film, which stars Ryan Reynolds as the foul-mouthed superhero, easily trounced last year's record-setting $85.2 million February debut of the erotic...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By LINDSEY BAHR, AP Film Writer
Trial under way in $100 million lawsuit against Venezuela

COLUMBUS, Ohio— A federal trial over a $100 million investors' lawsuit against Venezuela includes allegations of fraud, hints of an international criminal conspiracy, and references to diamonds, German junk bonds and a mysterious house fire in Switzerland. Venezuela has confirmed the debts belonging to an agricultural development bank known as Bandagro are...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS, AP Legal Affairs Writer