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● Michigan bank fined for mortgage violations
● It doesn’t always pay to advertise
● “Blind as a bat” has a new meaning
● Weight loss from coffee-soaked apparel? Don’t bet on it
● Pension-spiking suit attracts strange bedfellows
● Pair indicted for stealing Saddam’s guns
The final day of the UN General Assembly, Afghan President Ghani will sign a Status of Forces Agreement and Microsoft is poised to unveil Windows 9.
Air Force Major General Jeffrey Harrigian said no credible reports have surfaced.
Calls for FedEx to break its ties to the NFL team were voted down by shareholders.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the U.N. General Assembly.
The protests started off peaceful and were largely conducted by young students who were protesting against a recent government proposal to pre-approve candidates before they were able to be on the ballot for election day.