Amazon says new 'Prime Day' will bury Black Friday

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It's Christmas in July for Amazon.

Black Friday, the legendary shopping day that follows Thanksgiving, is more than four months way. But that hasn't stopped…

Hogan-Gawker trial delayed until at least the fall

Hulk Hogan won't be rumbling in the courtroom anytime soon.

On the heels of a ruling that delayed the trial over Hogan's blockbuster invasion or privacy lawsuit…

Greek crisis is nothing compared to China

The population of Greece is slightly less than the state of Ohio's, while its gross domestic product is just a little bit bigger than the economies of…

Opinion: Is Billy Joel too old for this?

Billy Joel had quite the holiday weekend, marrying his longtime girlfriend, Alexis Roderick, in a surprise ceremony at Joel's annual Fourth of July party at…

Greek economy as bad as a war-torn country's

Greece's economic collapse is on par with America's Great Depression.

And it's not too far off what many European nations saw during World War I and World War…

Suspect tells TV station he killed SF woman

The man accused of killing a San Francisco woman in what appeared to authorities to be a random shooting has told CNN affiliate KGO that he he did it, but…

Escapee David Sweat moved from hospital

New York prison escapee David Sweat was released from Albany Medical Center and is back behind bars at Five Points Correctional Facility in Romulus, New York,…

Women's World Cup victory nabs record ratings

American sports fans love winners. And the U.S. team's big victory over Japan in the Women's World Cup Sunday delivered record ratings.

The Sunday evening…

Grateful Dead end long, strange trip

"You know our love will not fade away."

The chants and claps from Buddy Holly's classic song, one of the last the Grateful Dead say they will ever play with…

WWC 2015: Obama, Beyonce lead U.S. tributes

USA v Japan: Final - FIFA Women's World Cup 2015

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The U.S. women's soccer team's triumph in Sunday's final captured the imagination of millions of Americans -- including the country's most powerful man.

Netanyahu again warns of 'bad deal' with Iran

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is once again raising the specter of a bad deal with Iran as nuclear talks this week enter what could be their final…

World Cup: US routs Japan for 3rd title

Women's World Cup USA v Japan

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Soccer is a tough sell in America because it's a low-scoring game. So goes the conventional wisdom.

American Apparel closing stores, laying off workers

American Apparel announced Monday that it is closing stores and laying off employees and noted that it faces nearly two dozen lawsuits from ousted CEO Dov…

Map: Where the 2016 candidates are being Googled

So, who and where are 2016 candidates being Googled the most?

The interactive map provided to CNN by Google News Lab is the first detailed map of candidate…

SC lawmakers to debate Confederate flag

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Will the Confederate flag be history in South Carolina? That's up for discussion Monday as lawmakers there are set to begin debate on whether to remove the…

GOP congressman jumps in race to succeed Reid

Republican Rep. Joe Heck on Monday launched his campaign to take back Sen. Harry Reid's Senate seat, after the top Senate Democrat announced in March he would…

6 steps to a better credit score

Improving your credit score is one of the best financial moves you can make. Those three little numbers can help you land you a cheaper loan, an apartment or…

"I thought life would be better after the recession. Not worse."

--John Smith, unemployed construction worker

"These amendments may very likely duck the House's specific definition of what constitutes an earmark, but that doesn't mean it's not pork.

--Leslie Paige of Citizens Against Government Waste

"Folks are beyond homeless here. Their homes don't exist ... the power and destruction here was unimaginable."

--Missouri Gov. Jay Dixon following a devastating tornado that killed more than 150 people.

""There's a lot of things happening that can change the dynamic of this race from the past. So it will certainly be interesting to see."

--former Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneve on the Indy 500.

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