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United Jet Makes Emergency Landing After Reported Odor

United Jet Makes Emergency Landing After Reported Odor

iStock/Thinkstock(SALT LAKE CITY) -- A Boeing 777 operated by United Airlines made an emergency landing Friday due to a strange odor onboard, marking the second such incident this month.

United Airlines Flight 328 took off from Denver, bound for Honolulu, but was forced to land in Salt Lake City on Friday afternoon due to an electrical odor, according to airline spokeswoman Jennifer Dohm.

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Stocks Dive with Disappointing Retail Reports

Stocks Dive with Disappointing Retail Reports

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Wall Street stocks took a hit Friday, ending the week with losses following disappointing news from retailers.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 123 points, finishing at 16960.57, the Nasdaq Composite lost 23 points at 4449.56, and the SP 500 dipped 10 points, ending the day at 1978.34.

Amazon's stock fell 10 percent after the online retailer posted a loss gr...

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Ohio-Native Katie Holmes Talks About LeBron James's Return to Cleveland

Ohio-Native Katie Holmes Talks About LeBron James's Return to Cleveland

Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- LeBron James can count Katie Holmes as a fan.

The actress, a Toledo native, may now live in New York City with her daughter, Suri Cruise, but she's excited that King James is returning to her home state.

"I've been visiting my family in Ohio, and we're so happy as Ohioans that LeBron [James] is coming back!" she told People. "It's a really big deal for o...

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President Obama's Weekly Address: Some Big Corporations 'Cherrypick Their Taxes,' Adding to Economic Weakness

President Obama's Weekly Address: Some Big Corporations 'Cherrypick Their Taxes,' Adding to Economic Weakness

Official White House Photo by Pete Souza(WASHINGTON) -- In his weekly address, President Obama called out big companies that use overseas merges to avoid U.S. taxes.

Obama highlights the need to close "one of the most unfair tax loopholes," saying some businesses "cherrypick their taxes" and negatively impact the country's finances. While the president touted the nearly 10 million new jobs adde...

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