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  Hanley Ramirez's throwing error to the plate on Daniel Nava's bases-loaded grounder allowed two runs to score, and the Los Angeles Angels walked off with a stunning 2-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Thursday night

Angels walk off with 2 runs on Ramirez's error, beat Sox 2-1

Updated: 7/29/2016 12:27 AM

  Italian oil and gas company Eni says second-quarter losses widened to 446 million euros ($494 million) due to a prolonged downturn in low oil prices as well as oversupply and overcapacity in the gas and refining sectors

Eni's 2Q losses widen in weak market

Updated: 7/29/2016 12:36 AM

  Winter took smaller bite from 2015 economy than it appeared as gov't upgrades growth estimate

Winter took smaller bite from 2015 economy than it appeared

Updated: 7/29/2016 06:32 AM

  Wages and benefits increase 0.6 percent in April-June quarter, matching first-quarter pace

US wages, benefits see steady rise in second quarter

Updated: 7/29/2016 06:34 AM

  The acting Spanish government has revised upward its forecast for economic growth this year from 2.7 percent to 2.9 percent

Spain revises economic growth forecast up for 2016

Updated: 7/29/2016 06:35 AM

  A German TV channel has canceled plans to broadcast the finals of a global tournament of the shooting game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive in response to last week's mass killing in Munich

After shooting, German TV drops Counter Strike broadcast

Updated: 7/29/2016 06:21 AM

  A major nuclear power project in Britain is facing more hurdles as the government announced an unexpected delay and unions at EDF, the French energy firm that will build the plant, argued it would be so expensive as to put the company itself at risk

UK nuclear power project faces new delays, hurdles

Updated: 7/29/2016 06:29 AM

  Libya's U.N.-brokered presidency council has announced the reopening of the country's vital oil terminals

Libya's UN-backed council says oil terminals have reopened

Updated: 7/29/2016 06:29 AM

  Staying busy means staying out of trouble. That’s the philosophy behind Kids United, a summer program which offers field trips and activities, under the guidance of Elgin Police Department school resource officers, for kids ages 9-17 in Elgin...

How some kids in Elgin spending summer, thanks to police

Updated: 7/27/2016 02:54 PM

  World markets were mixed Friday after the Bank of Japan announced a modest expansion of its lavish monetary stimulus to perk up sluggish growth, disappointing markets and sending the Japanese stock index only slightly higher

Markets subdued by BoJ's modest stimulus but yen surges

Updated: 7/29/2016 06:41 AM

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