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U.S. seniors struggle more to pay for healthcare compared to other countries

A new report finds the availability of health care for U.S. seniors lags behind that of other affluent nations.

British insurer faces $1B fine for Prestige oil spill

A Spanish court ruled a British insurer should pay a $1 billion fine for its role in the 2002 Prestige oil spill.

Health Department shuts down Salt Lake City restaurant for mice, cockroaches, filth

The Salt Lake County Health Department has shut down a restaurant after finding cockroaches, mice, their feces, and a total of 32 health code violations.

World’s richest 1 percent now own more than half of world’s wealth: Report

The world's wealthiest 1 percent got 8 percent richer since the 2008 financial crisis and now own more than half of the world's wealth, according to a Credit Suisse report released Tuesday.

Venezuelan government in debt default

Venezuela and its state-run oil company, PDVSA, are in default after falling behind on debt payments, multiple credit agencies declared.