H&R Block closing 400 locations

Amazon unveils nearly hands-free streaming TV device

Missouri-based Rawlings Sporting Goods sold to investors and Major League Baseball

Walmart looking to sell off nearly all its business operations in Brazil

US gains 223K jobs, rate falls to 18-year low of 3.8 pct.

Sears to close another 72 stores as sales plunge

Overproduction: Oregon recreational pot growers scale back to match demand

Jury orders Johnson & Johnson to pay $25M in baby powder lawsuit

Ford to resume F-150 pickup production after supply plant fire

What happens when the robots sound too much like humans?

US adds 164,000 jobs in April, jobless rate down to 3.9%

Desperate to hire, more businesses opening their doors to pot smokers

Honey and maple syrup producers not sweet on FDA's new 'added sugars' labeling

Watchdog warns Trump's trade tariffs would slow upswing in world growth

IHOP server tells black teenagers to pay up before they eat

Pair of basketball tournaments in Springfield could be win for local business

State of Oregon sues mogul Steve Wynn, company after sex allegations

Some driverless car damage appears to be from angry people

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Some migrant children arrive with illnesses after family reunification, group says

Catholic Charities in San Antonio says two kids arrived with scabies, and one had breathing issues.

Former wrestlers sue Ohio State University over alleged abuse

Coaches and administrators were "repeatedly informed" of Strauss's serial sexual abuse, according to a complaint.

José was reunited with his son — but the 3-year-old is not the same

"When I was reunited with my son, he just kept looking at me, crying. He wouldn't talk to me," a father from Honduras said.

Research (once again) suggests Shroud of Turin is fake

Scientists used blood pattern analysis research techniques to study stains on the Shroud, concluding they are inconsistent with a single position.

Inside the last Blockbuster video store in America

In 2004, the world was home to about 9,000 Blockbuster outlets. By 2013, the last remaining corporate-owned stores had closed, but privately owned locations were able to license the Blockbuster brand.