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  Letter from Hungary: Razor-lined border can't stop migrants from reaching EU's field of dreams

Letter from Hungary: Migrants seek EU's field of dreams

Updated: 8/30/2015 06:54 AM

  Surgeon at Indianapolis hospital trains doctors from around the world on robot use

Indianapolis surgeon trains peers in robot surgery

Updated: 8/28/2015 04:11 PM

  Liverpool sends Lazar Markovic on loan to Turkish club Fenerbahce for rest of season

Liverpool loans out Markovic to Turkish club Fenerbahce

Updated: 8/30/2015 08:01 AM

  To judge by Amazon’s 401(k) plan, the giant online retailer doesn’t have much in common with its more benevolent Silicon Valley peers. The workplace culture now under scrutiny for its reportedly brutal tendencies is paired with a...

Amazon’s 401(k) plan is pretty brutal, too

Updated: 8/28/2015 03:09 PM

  When the wells run dry: California neighbors rally together as they struggle with drought

When the wells run dry: California neighbors cope in drought

Updated: 8/30/2015 08:56 AM

  South Sudan rebels: Attacks continue after cease-fire takes effect

South Sudan rebels: Clashes continue after cease-fire

Updated: 8/30/2015 08:57 AM

  Ford is considering a revival of the Bronco sport utility vehicle and Ranger small pickup in the United States, where truck demand is booming, said a person familiar with company’s plans.

Ford considering bring back Bronco, Ranger

Updated: 8/28/2015 03:13 PM

  An estimated 400,000 people die each year in the United States of preventable medical errors, the third-leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer. But the families say they could have known much more if cameras had been installed in the...

A growing push to document surgeries with cameras in operating rooms

Updated: 8/30/2015 07:00 AM

  There's one corner of the commodities markets bucking the slump that's sent raw material prices tumbling: pollution permits.

Looking for a commodity that's rising? Try pollution permits

Updated: 8/30/2015 07:55 AM

  In 2015, the human resources consultancy reported, workers will see a flat 2.9 percent increase in base pay on average, but they’ll also see a 12.9 percent increase in “variable pay”--things like bonuses, incentives and other...

Fewer companies are giving out bonuses to lower-paid employees

Updated: 8/28/2015 03:06 PM

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