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Burger King In Talks To Buy Canadian Coffee-and-Doughnut Chain
The Wall Street Journal reports Burger King is interested in Tim Hortons. The combined companies would form the world's 3rd-largest fast-food chain with combined annual sales of about $22 billion.
Calif. Lawmakers Overturn Ban On Pets At Restaurants
Businesses may now permit dogs in their outdoor spaces such as patios or courtyards. Previously they faced fines for health violations.
Back From Vacation, Obama Faces A Host Of Challenges
The beheading of an American journalist at the hands of foreign terrorists, and the death of Michael Brown in Missouri have created policy and political questions that the president has to deal with.
U.S. Weighs Its Option Dealing With Islamist Militants
The Obama administration is faced with a growing challenge by Islamist militants. The Islamic State controls parts of Iraq and Syria. How much can the U.S. really accomplish with airstrikes?
U.S. Journalist Held In Syria Since 2012 Is Freed
Peter Theo Curtis was released by Jabhat al-Nusra, known as the Nusra Front. Last week, American journalist James Foley was beheaded in Syria by the group which now calls itself the Islamic State.
Strongest Earthquake In 25 Years Hits Napa Valley
Early Sunday, a magnitude 6.1 earthquake hit Napa Valley — shaking some houses off their foundations, sparking fires and causing extensive damage to the historic downtown district.
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