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The move could have huge implications for the economy and for consumers.
At least three airlines have offered fire sales recently, with one-way tickets on some routes dropping under $50.
Federal regulators on Friday said they will help make whole the thousands of customers who were kept from their money for more than a week after the pre-paid card provider RushCard battled technical problems.
Scheme allowed vehicles to clean up performance before emissions tests.
Some of them could save you serious money, or at least a little bit here and there.
The South has resisted legalizing pot, even for medical use, but in states where tobacco once reigned supreme, industrial hemp has come into vogue.
Company could be facing up to $862 million in damages; second suit on iPhone 6s looms
As floodwaters receded in hard-hit Columbia, officials warned that the danger has not passed.
Before emissions cheating, analysts predicted sales to increase closer to 10 percent.
Admission from the luxury division of Volkswagen is another blow to the company.