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Airline Groups Seek Court Review of TSA Fee Hike


Two airline trade groups asked a U.S. appeals court on Wednesday to review fee increases on airplane tickets imposed by the TSA.






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Chrysler Recalls Fiat 500Ls to Fix Knee Air Bags


The company says the bags may not inflate in the proper position if the driver isn't wearing a seat belt.






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Stocks Mixed as Economy Surges, Fed Eases Off


Stocks finished mixed after a report the economy bounced back faster than expected and the Federal Reserve stuck with its ultra-easy monetary policy.






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Cowabunga! Surf's Up at Munich Airport


Passengers hanging out at Munich Airport can now hang 10 as well.






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Stranded Ferry Disrupts Seattle Commute


Passengers ferry ride goes from about 35 minutes to almost three hours, when their ship loses power in Washington state's Puget Sound. KING's Janet Kim reports.






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11,000 Kawasaki Vehicles Recalled for Injury Risk


Debris can cut through the foot rest area and hurt riders' legs, and the Consumer Product Safety Commission says two injuries were reported.






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What Bugs Us Most: Top 10 Consumer Gripes


Problems with auto dealers, mechanics and home improvement contractors, and issues related to debt are among the top consumer complaints.






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Living Not-So-Large


An Idaho woman designs and constructs a tiny 196-square foot house for less than $12,000. KTVB's Jamie Gray reports her project has garnered international attention.






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What Are the Top 10 Consumer Complaints?


Problems with auto dealers, mechanics and home improvement contractors, and issues related to debt are among the top consumer complaints.






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Fed Eases Off More, But No Rate Hikes Soon


The Federal Reserve cut its monthly bond-buying program by another $10 billion, but left its short-term interest rate target near zero.






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Hyundai Recalls 888,700 Sonata Sedans


Hyundai is recalling 883,000 of its 2011-2014 Sonata sedans because of a faulty shift cable, and it issued a second recall on its 2015 Sonata.






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Not Rich Enough for a Butler? Consider Working as One


As inequality grows, the rich account for a greater share of income and spending and that is a boost for companies and workers catering to the wealthy.
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Stocks Turn Downwards on Rate Hike Fears


Stocks slumped after the upbeat report on the economy fueled speculation that the Fed might raise interest rates sooner than expected.






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Which Bank Hires the Most Attractive People?


Which finance house hires the most attractive people? According to one dating app, it's Goldman Sachs.






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Deadly Highways: Truck Accidents Surge, Few Notice


Truck-crash fatalities have surged since 2009. Why isn't anything being done about it?






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Checkout: Grim Long-Term Outlook for Retail Workers


The retail industry is changing, but for many of the nation’s millions of retail workers that change isn’t necessarily for the better.






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Stocks Surge on Economic Growth, Twitter


Stocks surged after the government reported the economy bounced back at a faster-than-estimated clip, while earnings from Twitterbolstered enthusiasm
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Economic Growth Surges 4% in Second Quarter


U.S. economic growth accelerated at a 4 percent rate in the second quarter and the decline in output in the prior period was less steep.






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Highway to Riches: Oil Boom Transforms North Dakota


Theodore Roosevelt came to North Dakota's Badlands to find solitude in the area's "desolate, grim beauty." But that Dakota is barely visible today.






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New Sanctions Will Hurt More Than Russia


The sanctions boost the risk that Russia raises the stakes in its trade war with the West. European and Russian economies can't afford a slowdown.






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