Southern Californian Greg Vogel can't heal the sick. Nor can he see the future.
So he's tired of being confused with a young televangelist calling himself Prophet Manasseh Jordan, who say he can do both these things.
LOS ANGELES -- It's been more than seven months since the Volkswagen emissions-cheating scandal broke, and the affected cars still aren't fixed, although the automaker agreed last month to buy back nearly 500,000 of them. ...Read more
MINNEAPOLIS -- In a few years, visitors to one of Minnesota's dozens of winery tasting rooms will be able to sample a dry white dinner wine made from locally grown grapes.
State growers are bullish on Itasca, the new ...Read more
NEW YORK -- In one of the world's most competitive marketplaces, Best Buy wants to make sure it is putting its best foot forward.
For starters, it doesn't want to make New Yorkers, who are often in a hurry, work harder ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Drivers along a busy Chicago-area tollway may have recently noticed a large digital billboard that seems to be talking directly to them.
Launched in March here as well as in Dallas and New Jersey, the ...Read more
Baldies rejoice! A $3 natural solution helped over 6,000 balding men in their 50s regrew a full head of hair in just a few short weeks. Subjects were forbidden to take any other medications or use hair regrowing products during the successful experiment. Experts say it works better and faster than hair transplants...
CHICAGO -- Tribune Publishing's second-largest shareholder wants the Chicago-based newspaper company to explore a possible sale to Gannett.
Oaktree Capital Management, a Los Angeles-based investment firm, said Tribune ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Charter Communications on Friday received federal regulatory approval for its acquisition of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks.
The Federal Communications Commission said it had approved the $71 ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- The trial to determine whether media mogul Sumner Redstone is mentally competent opened in dramatic fashion on Friday with videotaped testimony of Redstone calling his former girlfriend Manuela Herzer an ...Read more
Humanism - The Whore of Babylon and the Sleeping ChurchChristina M. Lopez
Christians are asleep and not prepared for dark days ahead. The One World Religion mentioned in Revelation 17, is positioned and ready to prepare the way for The Anti-Christ. I expose Her. I show how she first appeared in the Garden of Eden; and to reappear throughout every ...
WASHINGTON -- Job growth slowed sharply in April to a seven-month low, adding to concerns about the health of the U.S. economy after a weak start to the year.
The nation's public- and private-sector employers added 160,...Read more
Replacing Han Solo and Rey with an earnest rabbit and a streetwise fox looks easy when you consider Disney's need to find a boardroom successor.
The media giant is scheduled to report its fiscal second-quarter results ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- It's a Hollywood tale for the ages, colored by power struggles, family rifts, sex and a vast fortune.
Only this drama won't be playing out on the big screen but in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom.
CHICAGO -- Tribune Publishing and its chairman, Michael Ferro, are ready to turn the page after rejecting Gannett's $815 million offer to buy the owner of the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times and other major newspapers, ...Read more
CHICAGO -- The longest-standing store in Sears' chain will close in August after 90 years in operation.
A liquidation sale at the store in Chicago's Ravenswood neighborhood will start May 19, said Sears Holdings spokesman...Read more
BALTIMORE -- Steve Evans will rejoin Perdue Farms Inc. as president of Perdue Foods LLC, the Salisbury, Md.-based company announced Thursday.
Evans, who starts May 31, has been CEO of Allen Harim Foods, a Seaford, Del.-...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- New court documents reveal that Sumner Redstone's former girlfriends received $150 million from him over a five-year period.
According to a trial brief filed by Redstone's attorneys in the case over the ...Read more
CHICAGO -- A listeria outbreak that led to a massive recall of frozen fruits and vegetables is being investigated by the U.S Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, according to a ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- In an open letter to presidential candidates, 13 tech trade groups representing thousands of companies, including Silicon Valley giants Apple, Facebook and Google, outlined for the first time a technology ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Ford Motor Co. will invest $182.2 million in cloud-based software company Pivotal Software Inc. as the automaker continues to try and tap into Silicon Valley technological development.
The Dearborn, Mich., ...Read more
Congratulations, kid. For once, you're totally ahead of the curve. It's true! The newest trend for the trendiest companies is the introduction of "Me Time."
While it is a little bit unclear what Me Time is, we do know ...Read more
Q: I had to do an internship in my last quarter to graduate with a bachelor's degree in advertising. The internship paid nothing, but I got credit as if it were a class. Our administrator seemed nice enough, but she should...Read more
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