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Fake Poster Leads To McDonald's Asian-American Marketing Campaign

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While Demand For Rice In Japan Is Down, Prices Are Going Up

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EU Is Unreceptive To Britain's Plan To Stay In Europe's Single Market

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Voters cast their ballots in August among an array of electronic voting machines in a polling station at the Noor Islamic Cultural Center in Dublin, Ohio. The machines were manufactured by Elections Systems and Software, the largest manufacturer of voting equipment in the country. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., works on her cellphone on Capitol Hill. In a recent letter, Sen. Ron Wyden said some senators and Senate staff members were warned that their personal email accounts were targeted by foreign government hackers. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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British Prime Minister Theresa May addresses a press conference at the end of the EU Informal Summit of Heads of State or Government at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg, Austria, on Thursday. Christof Stache/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Former Prime Minister Najib Razak speaks during a press conference after being granted bail at a court hearing at Kuala Lumpur High Court in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Thursday. Najib pleaded not guilty Thursday to 25 fresh charges of abuse of power and money laundering over the multimillion-dollar looting of a state investment fund. Yam G-Jun/AP hide caption

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Box-office giant Ticketmaster may have benefitted from looking the other way on ticket scalping-related violations of its own terms of service, a Canadian report revealed on Sep. 19. Jamie Squire/Getty Images hide caption

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A North Carolina resident sits on his staircase earlier this week, staring into the water that surrounded his home after Florence hit Emerald Isle, N.C. Tom Copeland/AP hide caption

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Footing The Bill For Climate Change: 'By The End Of The Day, Someone Has To Pay'

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According to the latest results from the Energy Information Administration, nearly a third of households in the United States have reported trouble paying their energy bills. Ponsulak Kunsub/Getty Images/EyeEm hide caption

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Rep. Chris Collins, R-N.Y., walks out of a New York courthouse on Aug. 8 after being charged with insider trading. Collins suspended his congressional campaign after the indictment but has decided to resume his re-election bid. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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