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A 1968 federal law allows debt collectors to not only garnish wages, but take from a debtor's bank account. Consumer advocates say the outdated law is overly punitive and out of touch with reality.
The authors want Amazon's board to intercede in the dispute between the publisher and the online retailer over the price of e-books. Amazon continues to impede sales of Hachette books.
The accords were signed 34 years ago. Audie Cornish talks to author Lawrence Wright about his new book, Thirteen Days in September: Carter, Begin, and Sadat at Camp David.
Negotiations resume this week in New York over Iran's nuclear program, with experts predicting this round could be a "make or break" moment for the long-running diplomatic effort.
Introduced as a competitor to Pepsi's Mountain Dew, Surge was discontinued in 2003 due to poor sales. It maintained an outspoken, cult-like following
The U.S. has secured commitments from some Arab nations and allies to cooperate in the battle against the militant group known as the Islamic State.