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‘The X-Files’ reopens to big ratings

“The truth is out there” and viewers still want to find it.

San Francisco’s Yellow Cab files for bankruptcy

The largest taxi company in San Francisco has filed for bankruptcy. Yellow Cab Cooperative, which is made up of 300 owners and operators with more than 500 cabs, filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy on Friday.

Why the racial wealth gap won’t go away

For many black and Hispanic families in the United States, achieving financial security remains frustratingly out of reach.

Meet the Millennial Martha Stewart. She’s 31 and Japanese

Transforming your life begins with your sock drawer.

Ben & Jerry’s founder whips up 40 pints of ‘Bernie’s Yearning’

Some might say politics is a dish best served cold.

Mark Zuckerberg is back from paternity leave

Mark Zuckerberg headed back to work at Facebook on Monday after taking two months of paternity leave.

Missouri professor who blocked media at protest charged with assault

Melissa Click, the University of Missouri professor who blocked a reporter from covering a campus protest in November, was charged Monday with assault.

Missouri professor who blocked media at protest charged with assault

Melissa Click, the University of Missouri professor who blocked a reporter from covering a campus protest in November, was charged Monday with assault.

Burger King, Wendy’s and McDonald’s in fast food price war

With apologies to Mel Brooks, perhaps It’s not good to be the king? The Burger King, that is.

McDonald’s sales soar thanks to all day breakfast

It’s official. McDonald’s is back. Consumers and investors are ba da ba ba ba lovin’ it.