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Pentagon reforms aim to curb predatory sales targeting troops

Amazon warehouse worker forces changes as labor board settles

Oil falls as traders weigh China data, 2013 demand

Violence flares in Egypt before weekend protests

Expo 2020 city-host to be chosen Wednesday

Hackers target Israeli websites, fail to disrupt

US military expands its drug war in Latin America

China tech firms gain from cyber barbs, Snowden revelations

Workers in key industries getting most pay raises

Bee industry funding stymied by old government data

Amazon to invest $2 billion more in India as e-commerce race heats up

Two dead at Perth home after power fails during storm

US warns Facebook on privacy in WhatsApp mega deal

Man charged with sending funds to Islamic State and Al Qaeda affiliate

China recycling cleanup jolts global industry

Greek prison system collapsing

Special Report: How China's weapon snatchers are penetrating U.S. defenses

Police, politicians push surveillance post-Boston

APNewsBreak: Homeland Security official probed

Philippines accuses 16 Taiwanese of retiree scam

In China, brutality yields confessions of graft

As US states allow pot sales, Dutch reverse course

CPI shines light on lower electricity bill

Retail sales surge on iPhone 6 release

In unusual CIA case, FBI detoured from usual path

Online sales slow

Online retailers continue to post double-digit sales growth

Justice: Email snooping law no longer makes sense

FBI 'flying saucers' NM memo bureau's most viewed

Insider trading probe reports scuppered wiretapping efforts - WSJ

Pyongyang's pop queens stage comeback

Obama signs cybersecurity order, wants safer payments

Policy, discretion guide media sources probes

Undercover agent details terrorism-sting specifics

ABS employee extradited over alleged $7m insider trading scam

US consumer bureau to test electronic mortgage closings

Insider trading probe reports scuppered wiretapping efforts: WSJ

Silicon Valley's latest perk - World Cup viewing parties at work

Online spending growth slows