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North Port Police Public Information Officer Josh Taylor spoke to CNBC's "The News with Shepard Smith" that investigators "are speaking with the family, currently, we are not speaking with Brian."
Biden administration appeals judge's order to stop expelling migrants under Trump-era pandemic policy
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The Biden administration Friday appealed a judge's order to stop expelling migrants under a Trump-era pandemic policy that doesn't let them apply for asylum.
Plantiffs' attorneys say Tesla told them it has launched a program to restore original pricing for Solar Roof customers who signed contracts before Apr. 2021.
Senate will grill tech execs after report that Instagram can harm teens' mental health
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Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., the ranking member of the subcommittee, announced the hearing in an interview on CNBC's "Closing Bell" Friday.
Former Theranos scientist says Elizabeth Holmes pushed her to validate tests for Walgreens rollout
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Former Theranos senior scientist Surekha Gangakhedkar testified on Friday that CEO Elizabeth Holmes pressured the lab to validate blood tests
California firefighters wrap world's largest tree in fireproof blanket as blazes approach
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Crews also used fireproof wrapping to cover the Ash Mountain Entrance, the park's entrance sign that invites travelers into Sequoia National.
Watch as SpaceX's Inspiration4 crew speaks from orbit
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SpaceX is broadcasting a livestream from orbit on Friday, with the crew of the historic Inspiration4 mission giving an update
Athletes First agents Todd France and David Mulugheta negotiated over $1 billion in NFL deals for 75 NFL players, according to an earnings study.
France, still mad about that submarine deal, just recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia
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France said it will immediately recall its ambassadors to the United States and Australia, in protest of a submarine deal unveiled earlier this week.
Two days after the child tax credit was supposed to be sent out, many parents are reporting they have not received it and have not been updated by the IRS.
U.S. airstrike in Kabul last month killed 10 civilians including seven children, Pentagon says
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While about 25% of retirees will need significant long-term care, many more will require either minimal support or none at all.
After years of being 'squeaky clean,' the Federal Reserve is surrounded by controversy
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The Federal Reserve has a big meeting on tap next week, one that will be held under the cloud of an ethical dilemma.
As stocks enter volatile period, the Fed will attempt to not rock the boat further in the week ahead
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The Federal Reserve's much-anticipated September may not be as much of a catalyst for markets as some investors expect.
100 National Guard troops are on standby to support Capitol Police during pro-Trump rally Saturday
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The National Guard troops will only deploy upon the request of the Capitol Police and will help man entry points to the Capitol complex.
Failure to fund the U.S. government leads to a shutdown, but failure to increase the debt ceiling would lead to default.
You'll need to invest about 9% of your $35,000 salary to retire with $500,000, if you start saving in your 20s. You'll need to save more if you start later.
As U.S. regulators narrow their focus on crypto markets, billionaire Mark Cuban predicts that stablecoins "will be the first to get regulated."
Microsoft GitHub rival GitLab files to go public after annualized revenue tops $200 million
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GitLab said in its IPO prospectus on Friday that revenue in the latest quarter climbed 69% to $58.1 million.
Billionaire Peter Thiel could be forced to pull $5 billion from his retirement account, if House bill passes
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House Democrats are taking aim at mega-IRAs like that of billionaire Peter Thiel in tax legislation unveiled this week.
California counties with high Covid vaccination rates helped Newsom cruise to victory in the recall election
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom has called his decisive victory in this week's recall election a win for Covid-19 vaccines and science as highly-vaccinated counties voted to keep him in office.
Health savings accounts are less common among older Americans who may need one the most, according to the National Poll on Healthy Aging.
North Carolina judges block voter ID law, saying it discriminates against Black people
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The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the U.S. will add 11.9 million jobs through 2030, many in industries that were hit hardest by the Covid-19 pandemic.
'Masculine anxiety' is a problem in American workplaces. Here's one expert's plan to fix it
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One study shows that a pressure on men to be masculine at work is furthering the gender divide. Here's how you can fix your workplace culture.
Feds charge 138, including doctors, with $1.4 billion in health-care fraud involving telemedicine, Covid, opioids
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The health-care fraud schemes charged by the Justice Department included ones related to telemedicine, the coronavirus pandemic, opiods and sober homes.
Stocks making the biggest moves midday: FedEx, U.S. Steel, Thermo Fisher, Moderna, Invesco and more
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