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Citigroup's Mexican Unit Fined $2.2 Million For Shoddy Oversight

Regulators in Mexico said Banamex should have spotted red flags that resulted in a $400 million fraud. Earlier this week, Citigroup announced it had discovered a $15 million fraud.

Hear Two Songs From Duncan Sheik's Next Album

Legerdemain, out next April, will be the first album of original songs from the pop songwriter and Broadway composer since 2009, and you can download two songs from it here.

6 More Graves Found Near Mexican Town Where 43 Students Vanished

Nineteen graves have now been found near Iguala, in the southern state of Guerrero. Authorities said DNA tests showed that 28 bodies recently discovered in five graves were not those of the students.

Georgia's Unemployment Rate Dips To 7.9 Percent

Despite the drop, Labor Commissioner Mark Butler says the state lost 73–hundred jobs last month, mostly seasonal positions in leisure and hospitality.

Michelle Nunn and David Perdue

Nunn Leads Perdue In New Poll

A new poll finds Democrat Michelle Nunn ahead of Republican David Perdue in the race for the U.S. Senate seat.

Clay Aiken: An American Idol On The Campaign Trail In North Carolina

American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken has hung up his microphone as he runs for Congress as a Democrat representing the rural center of the state. But the campaign is a long shot.

W.Va. Pottery Company Keeps Popular Fiesta Line Thriving

Homer Laughlin China Co. has been making the brightly colored Fiesta dishes for decades at its factory on the banks of the Ohio River. And it's still going strong.

Ebola Evacuees: Who Are They, Where'd They Go, How'd They Fare?

They caught the virus. Or had contact with a patient that put them at high risk. And they were flown out of West Africa for treatment at a cost as high as $200,000 per person.

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