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Like a great bottle of scotch, this bartender is aged to perfection

What do you expect to be doing when you're nearing 100? Living a quiet life? A slower life? Those lives are far from the case for one Connecticut woman who still works full-time slinger drinks at a bar.

Dozens killed as Egyptian military clashes with pro-Morsy protesters

More than 40 people were killed Monday when Egyptian security forces clashed with supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsy and the Muslim Brotherhood, the government said.

Andy Murray could make $20 million a year

Andy Murray is set to win big from sponsorships and endorsement deals after becoming the first British tennis player in 77 years to win the prestigious Wimbledon men's championship.

Boeing stock unscathed by this year's troubles

The tragic Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 crash at San Francisco's airport on Saturday is the third hit of trouble for the aircraft maker this year.

'Oh, lord have mercy:' Witness captures fatal jet crash

"Look at that one -- look at how his nose is up in the air."

Cinemas in airports: Nice, but would you use them?

A new poll this week claims the thing people most want to see in an airport is a cinema.

Study: Reddit used by 6 percent of adult Internet users

Sprawling online bulletin board Reddit is especially popular with young men, according to a new study. Six percent of all adults on the Internet use Reddit, and it is most popular with men between 18 and 29 -- 15% of whom frequent the site.

Firefox gets into the smartphone business

A new smartphone operating system is joining the fray.

Oil prices at 2013 high above $103 a barrel

Oil prices reached their highest point in more than a year Friday, driven by anxiety over a military coup in Egypt.

June jobs report: Hiring beats expectations

The job market made solid improvement last month, sending signals to markets that the Federal Reserve is on track to start pulling back on its stimulus program.