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  Japanese stocks led a broad global sell-off while the yen surged after the central bank dashed investors' hopes for more stimulus

Nikkei leads global sell-off after Bank of Japan inaction

Updated: 4/28/2016 06:09 AM

  Burger King's parent company says hot dogs helped boost sales in the U.S. Parent company Restaurant Brands International says sales for the chain rose 4.4 percent in the U.S. and Canada during the first quarter

Burger King says hot dogs helped boost US sales

Updated: 4/28/2016 06:28 AM

  Mali: Rights groups blame army for torturing and killing civilians from an ethnic group accused of collaborating with Islamic militants

Mali: Rights groups blame army for deaths of minority group

Updated: 4/28/2016 06:17 AM

  The Beach Boys will be the headliners for this year's annual Memorial Day concert on the U.S. Capitol lawn

Beach Boys to headline Memorial Day concert in DC

Updated: 4/28/2016 06:28 AM

  A faculty union at the University of Illinois' Champaign-Urbana campus plans a five-day strike after contract talks with the school Wednesday ended without a settlement

U of Illinois union to start 5-day strike Thursday morning

Updated: 4/28/2016 06:17 AM

  American Indians and others who oppose a proposed oil pipeline from North Dakota to Illinois are taking part in a 500-mile spiritual relay

Opponents of proposed oil pipeline holding 500-mile relay

Updated: 4/28/2016 06:15 AM

  Italian prosecutors: Islamic State fighter ordered Moroccan-born man to carry out attacks in Rome

Italian prosecutors: Islamic State fighter ordered Moroccan-born man to carry out attacks in Rome

Updated: 4/28/2016 04:19 AM

  Syrian TV says 14 people killed in rebel shelling of government-held parts of city of Aleppo

Syrian TV says 14 people killed in rebel shelling of government-held parts of city of Aleppo

Updated: 4/28/2016 04:20 AM

  "Eli the Tuba Guy" hopes to inspire students' love of music

"Eli the Tuba Guy" hopes to inspire students

Updated: 4/28/2016 03:00 AM

  With a heated debate raging over the merits of the European Central Bank's stimulus measures, it's been easy to overlook the fact that the eurozone economy has been growing steadily for a couple of years now _ and looks poised to keep expanding in...

Eurozone poised for higher growth in first quarter

Updated: 4/28/2016 05:20 AM

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