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  • Man charged with killing six members of Texas family, lone survivor a 'hero'

    Man charged with killing six members of Texas family, lone survivor a 'hero'
    A man accused of fatally shooting four children ages 4 to 14 and their parents after entering their suburban Houston home disguised as a FedEx delivery man while looking for his former wife was charged with capital murder on Thursday.
  • Exclusive: Commerzbank may pay $600 million-$800 million to settle U.S. probe - sources

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Germany's second-biggest bank Commerzbank AG is expected to pay $600 million to $800 million to resolve investigations into its dealings with Iran and other countries under U.S. sanctions, sources familiar with the matter said. The...

    Financing still a mystery as Nicaragua unveils details of giant canal

    MEXICO CITY The Chinese tycoon behind a plan to build a mammoth inter-oceanic waterway to compete with the Panama Canal whisked into Nicaragua this week and, in several appearances, including one with President Daniel Ortega, affirmed that "the biggest...

    Water taxis not catching on in Palm Beach County

    The vision is enticing: Imagine buying a ticket online, going to a water taxi stand and gliding along the Intracoastal Waterway to Palm Beach County's restaurants, shops and sights. County leaders have tried to make that vision a reality for 10 years...

    Great Lakes welcome rising water levels

    Great Lakes welcome rising water levels
    After years of parched shorelines, water levels in the Great Lakes have come rushing back. The crowds that flock to the Superior shoreline this summer are finding harbors deeper and beaches narrower than they've been in 15 years. "I hope this lasts," said...