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The owner of a Philadelphia restaurant known as Chink's Steaks since 1949 has officially changed the name to Joe's Steaks.
U.S. utilities sought to restore power Monday to customers left in the dark by storms and suffering sauna-like temperatures in the eastern half of the country.
Chicago Bulls power forward Carlos Boozer has undergone successful surgery on his broken right hand, the team said Tuesday.
Attorneys representing former model Christie Brinkley will focus on her husband's alleged infidelity during their divorce trial in New York, a lawyer says.
Boston cab drivers claim, like their New York counterparts, they are superior drivers and say their mission is misunderstood.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office said Monday it has appointed an intellectual property attaché to China to help curb piracy there.
A Tennessee business professor says blacks are much more likely than whites to be charged markups on loans financed by American Honda Finance Corp.
A new report accuses the General Motors Acceptance Corp. of discrimination against African Americans by charging them higher interest rates on loans.
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