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Exxon will halt drilling in Russian Arctic
The move is forced by the U.S. embargo on Russia in retaliation for its actions in Ukraine.
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Chrysler recalling 230,000 SUVs
Some 2011-model Jeeps and Durangos could have fuel-pump-system defects, the auto maker says, adding no accidents have been reported.
GM recalls another 221,000 cars for brake problems
Recall-plagued auto maker finds braking problems in 2014-15 Chevrolet Impala and 2013-15 Cadillac XTS models. No accidents reported.
Thousands of Syrian Kurds flee Islamic State
Kurds crossing border into Turkey as Islamic State launches new offensive in Syria.
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White House intruder breaches security
Man jumps fence and runs into White House before he is captured by Secret Service. President Obama had left the building minutes earlier.
This 1 chart exposes climate-science deniers
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Alibaba IPO bulls are missing red flags
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What Scots, beer and Alibaba have in common
Insight: Philip van Doorn explains how the Scottish election, beer battles and the Alibaba IPO affected stock markets.
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