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  1. Then there were cheers and applause when uniformed police appeared on the scene and led away two of the counterprotesters, to shouts of "go back to China" and "stand with Hong ...

  2. Retail in Peace: A Look at 20 Dead (or Dying) Malls

    GOBankingRates via Yahoo FinanceSep 25 9:01 AM

    In America, retail stores have been on the decline for some time, with many of the old standbys getting squeezed out by online retailers. Rolling Acres, originally opened in 1975, once ...

  3. Rhino’s policy proposal, developed based on market feedback and in collaboration with a bipartisan assortment of city, state, and federal government officials, will offer Americans ...

  4. A New York City-based startup is calling on U.S. lawmakers to consider legislation that would require landlords to accept alternatives to cash security deposits. The change would infuse ...

  5. Artist Kehinde Wiley unveils bold sculpture in Times Square

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceSep 28 0:39 AM

    Artist Kehinde Wiley unveiled his biggest work ever Friday, a massive bronze statue of a young African American man in urban streetwear sitting astride a galloping horse. Called "Rumors ...

  6. 12 Surprisingly Great Places to Retire in the Midwest

    Kiplinger via Yahoo FinanceSep 28 17:34 PM

    Census Bureau groups together as the Midwest region, five (Illinois, Kansas, Ohio, Iowa and Michigan) make up half of the top 10 states people moved out of in 2018, according to ...

  7. Feds crack Medicare gene test fraud that peddled cheek swabs

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceSep 27 17:37 PM

    "A decade ago, it would have given Medicare beneficiaries pause if someone wanted to get a swab from their cheek of their saliva," said Shimon Richmond, who heads the inspector ...

  8. It's that uncertainty that commands a premium, which is why the rewards of investing in stocks tend to be higher than risk-free assets.

  9. Doctor facing life in prison for thousands of opioid doses

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceSep 28 19:42 PM

    Joel Smithers had prescribed about a half a million doses of highly addictive opioids in two years. Patients from five states drove hundreds of miles to see him, spending up to ...

  10. Best (and Worst) US Cities for Work-Life Balance

    GOBankingRates via Yahoo FinanceOct 03 9:00 AM

    Cities were ranked from best to worst across a number of variables, including the average number of hours worked per week and commute time, sourced from the U.S. Census Bureau.