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High costs haunt Wells Fargo results years after scandal

Wells Fargo & Co’s WFC.N profit plunged 57% in the third quarter, missing Wall Street’s expectations as persistent costs tied to its years-old sales practices scandal continued to haunt the

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YouTube announces slate of original series ‘dedicated to amplifying Black voices’

YouTube is unveiling the first slate of shows to come out of its $100 million fund dedicated to amplifying the voices of Black creators, newly named the #YouTubeBlack Voices Fund.

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City Keeps Mysterious Plaques on Park Benches Because People Are Loving the Hilarity

When most people think about guerrilla art, the first thing that likely springs to mind is graffiti. From daredevils tagging trains to plucky grandmas joining in to paint the bandwagon,

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Bruce Arians: You can’t play scared of Aaron Rodgers

The Buccaneers are trying to rebound from a loss to the Bears this week and that effort will be complicated by the guy playing quarterback for their next opponent. Aaron

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‘Less pain’ to remove tonsils

A 10-year study from Flinders University has found ‘shrinking’ tonsils results in far less pain and bleeding than a full tonsillectomy. The research paper, published this month in the Australian

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Pilgrim’s Pride strikes plea deal over U.S. chicken price-fixing charges

U.S. poultry company Pilgrim’s Pride Corp PPC.O said on Wednesday it will pay a $110.5 million fine after striking a plea deal with the Justice Department over price-fixing charges on

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A decade of Instagram

Ten years ago today, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger released Instagram into the world. Less than a year and a half later, Facebook acquired it, in what is widely regarded

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New Research Shows Why Crows Are So Intelligent And Even Self-Aware, Just Like Us

Crows, rooks, and ravens, a family of birds known as corvids, are pretty dang smart. In some ways, there are crows as smart as first graders. In 2014, a famous

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Ticket sales for next two Eagles home games start Wednesday

The state of Pennsylvania announced last week that up to 7,500 people would be allowed at outdoor gatherings and the Steelers took advantage of that change to welcome fans to

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Online horse race bettors are less keen to gamble after a losing day

A new study from the University of Eastern Finland shows that a bettor likely stays away from betting for a 27% longer time after a losing day than after a

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