By By The Associated Press
In a story Dec. 11 about the clothing industry's efforts to avoid factory fires, The Associated Press misspelled the last name of the head of vendor relations at the German company Tchibo. Her name is Nanda Bergstein, not Nanda Bernstein.
A corrected version of
By By MAGGIE MICHAELAssociated Press
CAIRO (AP) - Egypt's main opposition alliance called for a "No" vote in the referendum on a disputed constitution rather than a boycott, hours after Islamist President Mohammed Morsi's government forged ahead by starting overseas voting in diplomatic
By By JULIE PACEAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Playing both sides, President Barack Obama is trying to balance his public pressure campaign on Republicans over the looming "fiscal cliff" with his private negotiations with GOP leaders.
The White House is loath to abandon the two-pronged
By By RYAN NAKASHIMAAP Business Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) - DVD kiosk operator Redbox is launching a challenge to Netflix's streaming-video supremacy.
Later this month, Redbox will offer an unlimited streaming-video plan that includes movies from Warner Bros. and pay TV channel Epix, along
By By ALLEN G. BREED, ANNE D'INNOCENZIO and SCOTT MAYEROWITZAssociated Press
About a year and a half before a fire at a clothing factory in Bangladesh killed 112 people in November, executives from Wal-Mart, Gap and other big retailers met nearby to discuss ways to prevent the unsafe
By Liz Raftery,
Brandi Glanville will undergo surgery this week to remove a non-cancerous tumor in her breast, according to inTouch.
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By By SARAH EL DEEBAssociated Press
CAIRO (AP) - They showed a military-style precision: Crowds of bearded Islamists proclaiming allegiance to Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi and chanting "God is great" as they descended on tents set up by anti-Morsi protesters outside the presidential
By By HAMZA HENDAWI and MAGGIE MICHAELAssociated Press
CAIRO (AP) - Most Egyptian judges rejected any role Tuesday in overseeing the country's constitutional referendum, a move likely to cast further doubt on the legitimacy of the disputed charter.
The nation's worst crisis since Hosni
By By VICTOR L. SIMPSONAssociated Press
ROME (AP) - Premier Mario Monti on Tuesday defended his government's austerity measures as necessary to restore confidence in Italy's financial future, and warned voters to beware "magic solutions" promised by candidates in upcoming elections.