Cameroon becomes a go-to country for foreign fishing vessels

DOUALA, Cameroon (AP) — Off the coast of West Africa, the Trondheim is a familiar sight: a soccer field-sized ship, plying the waters from Nigeria to Mauritania as it pulls in tons of mackerel and...

Widespread network outage disrupts internet and cellphone service, transactions in Canada

Rogers Communications Inc. said it started restoring service late in the day. The outage began early in the morning and stretched into the evening. It affected retailers, credit card processors,...

NJ Transit suspends train service for the night after ‘illegal’ union sickout

Nearly 80 New Jersey transit trains were canceled in what officials called an “illegal job action” New Jersey Transit suspended rail service into and out of New York City on Friday night after...

Rent prices surge nationwide in May, Texas city hit hardest

The median monthly asking rent nationwide exceeded $2,000 for the first time in May. Consumers are being pushed into the rental market due to rising mortgage-interest rates, and higher home...

Two N.J. health systems want to merge. But the feds say it’s bad for patients

The Federal Trade Commission has filed a lawsuit to block the merger. The FTC says the merger would be "bad for patients" The merger has been in the works since 2019. The trial is scheduled to...

Stocks set for another volatile session, IBM bucks downtrend

The U.S. Federal Reserve begins its two-day meeting Tuesday. Stocks set for another volatile session. IBM bucks downtrend as it posts better-than-expected quarterly results. The Dow Jones...

The Supreme Court Just Delivered a Blow to Johnson and Johnson Over Its Baby Powder

The Supreme Court turned away a request by Johnson & Johnson to halt a Mississippi lawsuit over its talcum powder products. Mississippi argues the company violated state law by failing to warn...

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