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US stocks open broadly lower


Average US mortgage rates move little; near historic lows


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The potential for longer airport security lines is raising concerns for the travel industry, including flight restrictions
The FTC is reportedly considering the record fine due to Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal
Scorching Yelp reviews follow report that Manhattan's Nello has imposed gender-specific rules for dining alone at bar
A semi-abandoned town in Italy is selling homes for about $1 each -- but there are some catches
The ad finishes with the tagline, "There are no borders within us" – an apparent dig at President Trump's pursuit of a border wall between U.S. and Mexico
Industry reports say Sony has parted ways with embattled singer R. Kelly, who faces allegations of sexual misconduct
Company commits $25 million to program to help federal employees stuck without paychecks in fourth week of D.C. impasse
Four weeks into the longest shutdown in U.S. history, stocks are up more than 10 percent
Legal challenge by committee pushing to liquidate retailer's remaining assets, including 425 stores that employ 45,000
As more and more federal workers apply for unemployment to make ends meet, snags in the system are showing