The new owner of the Carolina Hurricanes is celebrating the franchises past. Hartford Whalers fans arent sure how to feel about that. Mortgage lenders are again promoting more complicated loans, which offer benefits for wealthy borrowers but come with big drawbacks.
Both chambers of the U.S. Congress convened for only a few minutes late on Thursday, but took no steps to end a partial federal government shutdown before adjourning for the day. Showing little sense of urgency over the shutdown, now in its sixth day, the Senate and the House of Representatives did nothing to restore funding for the roughly 20 percent of the government affected. Vanessa Johnston reports. An unorthodox economic indicator points to an improving outlook in Chinas rust belt. Economists are skeptical, but there are precedents for this kind of measurement. Kanye West. Philip Roth. Opera. Jazz. Salsa. King Kong. Tonya Harding. We can go on, but why dont you see for yourself. In 1964, an Army cadet made a wager with a Navy midshipman about the outcome of the annual game. But the bet was never paid off. Until now. Aviva Investors' head of U.S. equities tells Reuters' Fred Katayama expect volatility to continue into 2019. She explains why the consumer sector may present good investment opportunities. In his annual Christmas message from Lapland, Santa says he wants people to help nature. Rough cut (no reporter narration). Almost 60 years after it was first published as a book, "To Kill a Mockingbird" opens this week in a first Broadway theater adaptation whose themes of racial injustice are just as relevant today.
The rappers first album since his release from prison in August racked up 114 million streams.
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