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Kodak to sell film business

The venerable but bankrupt camera company Eastman Kodak has put the iconic film portion of its business up for sale.

Lance Armstrong to keep Nike endorsement

Nike is sticking with Lance Armstrong, even as the embattled cycling champ is at risk of losing of his unprecedented seven Tour de France titles Thursday due to doping allegations.

Infant abducted at Pittsburgh hospital found, suspect arrested

A three day old baby abducted from a Pittsburgh hospital has been reunited with his mother, and a suspect is in custody, authorities said.

Texas Democrats: Judge who said Obama could trigger civil war should quit

Texas Democrats are calling for the resignation of a Republican elected county judge who warned this week that the nation could descend into civil war if President Barack Obama is re-elected.

Ten ICE agents target Obama deportation policy with lawsuit

A group of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents is going to court, saying new Obama administration directives on removing illegal immigrants could put them in violation of federal law.

Tropical Storm Isaac sets eye on Haiti

UPDATED -Tropical Storm Isaac may not hit Haiti at hurricane strength, but that does little to assuage aid groups who fear another disaster in the vulnerable country.

TSA behavior detection officers will be retrained after profiling complaints

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is retraining some workers after allegations of racial profiling by officers assigned to look for people behaving suspiciously, a spokesman said.

Jobless claims rise

More people filed for their first week of unemployment benefits last week, signaling little improvement in the job market in August.

Half of mortgage borrowers under 40 are underwater

Rising home prices helped nearly one million homeowners emerge from being underwater on their mortgages during the second quarter. But younger homeowners are still struggling to stay afloat, according to report from Zillow.

Haiti sits in strengthening Isaac's path

Tropical Storm Isaac, currently moving through the Caribbean south of Puerto Rico, is on a path that could lead it to vulnerable Haiti at hurricane strength Friday night.