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U.S. stocks down Tuesday after historic oil selloff

After shedding nearly 600 points Monday, U.S. stocks opened on Wall Street with more losses in early trading Tuesday -- partly due to sinking oil prices.

Lawmakers question airline executives on use of government loans

Lawmakers on Wednesday rebuked airline executives for poor treatment of customers and employees as they have received billions of dollars in federal coronavirus relief.

Breaking: Gov. Gary Herbert issues new executive order, updates guidelines for schools, businesses, social...

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert has issued an executive order updating guidelines applicable for geographical areas in low health risk designation under Utah’s phased health guidance plan.

FanX 2020 officially canceled in Salt Lake City; a new date planned for 2021

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, July 10, 2020 (Gephardt Daily) -- The FanX Comic Convention planned for September 2020 has been canceled due to the...

‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ ‘parts ways’ with 3 top producers

Comedian Ellen DeGeneres has lost three senior producers on her daytime talk show, Warner Bros. said Tuesday.

Microsoft 365 service interruption knocks out office and schoolwork worldwide

Microsoft reported a service interruption Monday evening for Microsoft 365 programs, the company said.

U.S. added almost 640,000 jobs in October; unemployment rate down

The U.S. economy added more than 600,000 jobs during the month of October, the Labor Department said Friday in its monthly report.

California sues to force Amazon to comply with COVID-19 probe

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra asked the court on Monday to force Amazon to hand over information concerning his investigation into whether the e-commerce giant has been complying with the state's COVID-19 restrictions.

Tesla recalls 135,000 cars over failing touch screens

Tesla will recall about 135,000 vehicles for failing touch screens after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration pressured the company, saying failing backup cameras and other safety features posed risks of accidents.

Lawmakers grill tech CEOs on responsibility for online extremism, misinformation

The CEOs of Facebook, Twitter and Google testified before Congress Thursday about the role of their platforms in contributing to extremism and misinformation online.