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  • Obama woos veterans with mental health care, military home loans

    Obama woos veterans with mental health care, military home loans
    President Barack Obama sought to make amends with veterans on Tuesday, announcing steps to expand their access to mental health care and an initiative with financial firms to lower home loan costs for military families. The president was embarrassed...
  • Mediation veteran Eric Green to oversee Bank of America settlement

    The official in charge of making sure Bank of America complies with terms of its record $16.65 billion settlement is a 35-year veteran of mediation, playing roles in major cases involving the likes of Microsoft, Visa and MasterCard, and even Bank of...
  • Charlotte: Spend $33.5 million on arena upgrades for Hornets

    The city of Charlotte is prepared to spend $27.5 million in capital improvements for Time Warner Cable Arena, as well as 10 years worth of annual payments of $600,000 for ongoing maintenance. The Charlotte Hornets and the Charlotte Regional Visitors...
  • Carolina Panthers QB Derek Anderson could be a father, NFL starter by Sept. 7

    This isn't the way Derek Anderson wants to be an NFL starter. A former Pro Bowl quarterback, Anderson has been Cam Newton's backup for three seasons with the Carolina Panthers. He wants to be a starter in the NFL but not at the risk of Newton's...
  • Ask the Mompreneur: Five qualities of successful mompreneurs

    Question: I've been told that I would be "great at being my own boss." What attributes do you think make for a successful entrepreneur? Are women naturally better suited to be entrepreneurs because we're used to multitasking and moms even more so?...
  • Dollar General won't back off Family Dollar acquisition

    Dollar General said Thursday that it won't back off its attempt to buy Family Dollar, after the North Carolina-based retailer rejected its bid and stuck with plans to be acquired instead by Dollar Tree. The swift rejection, coming just four days after...
  • Bank of America's $16.65 billion: Where will it go?

    In its $16.65 billion settlement announced Thursday, Bank of America is making $9.65 billion in cash payments to various federal agencies and six states, plus providing $7 billion in consumer relief. The bank said the settlement will reduce its third-...
  • New England Patriots batter Carolina Panthers 30-7

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. If this was the dress rehearsal, the Carolina Panthers have some serious work to do before taking off for Tampa in two weeks. New England quarterback Tom Brady carved up the Panthers' defense to the tune of 204 yards and two...
  • Deputies seek person of interest in Misty Oaks double homicide

    Deputies seek person of interest in Misty Oaks double homicide
    Orange County Sheriff's deputies are looking for a person of interest in the double homicide earlier this month at Misty Oaks apartments. Nicholas Lopez, 35, may be in the Orlando area or in Charlotte, N.C. where he has relatives, deputies said. His...
  • Harvick adds another first, pole at Bristol

    BRISTOL, Tenn. Bristol Motor Speedway hasn't been one of Kevin Harvick's favorite tracks in recent seasons. That may have changed. Harvick was second-fastest in Friday's first round of qualifying and was fastest in the final round with a track record...
  • Jim Utter: Sprint car racing tragedy will have no winners

    Sports are at their heart competition, with winners and losers. Unfortunately, that same competition has drifted into the debate over the Aug. 9 incident at Canandaigua (N.Y.) Motorsports Park in which a sprint car driven by NASCAR star Tony Stewart...