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Democrat Sinema keeps small lead over McSally in Arizona Senate

PHOENIX (UPI) — Kyrsten Sinema, Arizona’s Democratic candidate for senator, maintained a small lead over.

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FTC orders MoneyGram to pay $125M in settlement

DALLAS (UPI) — MoneyGram International agreed Thursday to pay $125 million to settle claims it.

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Ford to buy ride-share scooter startup Spin

DETROIT (UPI) — Ford Motor Company announced Thursday it will buy scooter ride-share startup Spin,.

Former U.S. Rep. Steve Stockman sentenced to 10 years in prison

WASHINGTON (UPI) — Former Republican U.S. Rep. Steve Stockman was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years.

North Korea could be ‘moving forward’ with nuclear program, analysts say

NEW YORK (UPI) — North Korea could be quietly moving forward with its nuclear weapons.

Florida city commission candidate arrested for cocaine trafficking

SWEETWATER, Fla. (UPI) — A Florida city commission candidate arrested in connection with a series.

Early votes could push midterm turnout above 50 percent

WASHINGTON (UPI) — More than 35 million people cast an early vote or absentee vote.

Iowa woman claims half of Powerball jackpot — $344M

DES MOINES (UPI) — An Iowa woman stepped forward Monday to claim her half of.

Bengals extend LS Clark Harris, sign WR Auden Tate

CINCINNATI (UPI) — The Cincinnati Bengals have signed long snapper Clark Harris to a contract.

Two millennial women face off in tight Detroit area House race

CANTON, Mich. (UPI) — The affluent suburbs northwest of Detroit will send a millennial woman.