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Cranberries at 200: Market changes, drought create a crisis
ROCHESTER, Mass. (AP) -- All is not well in cranberry country this harvesting season, the 200th anniversary of the world's first known commercial cultivation....

APNewsBreak: Firm hopes to be 1st with skill-based slots
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -- A New York firm hopes to be the first in the world to install skill-based slot machines on casino floors in which the main determining factor in how much a player can win is his or her ability to play the game....

Air France workers on trial over ripping off bosses' shirts
BOBIGNY, France (AP) -- Fifteen current and former Air France workers went on trial Tuesday for alleged violence during a union protest last year at the airline's headquarters that saw two company executives flee over a fence with their shirts ripped off....

Global stocks up as traders follow US presidential debate
BEIJING (AP) -- Global stock markets were higher Tuesday as traders followed the U.S. presidential debate between candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump....

AP FACT CHECK: Trump on discrimination in his business
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A claim from the presidential debate and how it stacks up with the facts:...

AP FACT CHECK: Trump on Federal Reserve
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A claim from the presidential debate and how it stacks up with the facts:...

AP FACT CHECK: Clinton on jobs
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A claim from the presidential debate and how it stacks up with the facts:...

ADB says developing Asian economies are holding steady
MANILA, Philippines (AP) -- Developing economies in Asia are holding steady and will grow at the earlier forecast rate of 5.7 percent this year and next, buoyed by resilience in the region's two largest economies, China and India, the Asian Development Bank said Tuesday....

Showdown: Congress looks to override Obama veto of 9/11 bill
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Congress is poised to override President Barack Obama's veto of a bill that would allow families of Sept. 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia for the kingdom's alleged backing of the terrorists who carried out the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people....

WHY IT MATTERS: Social Security
WASHINGTON (AP) -- THE ISSUE: More than 60 million retirees, disabled workers, spouses and children rely on monthly Social Security benefits. That's nearly one in five Americans. The trustees who oversee Social Security say the program has enough money to pay full benefits until 2034. But at that point, Social Security will collect only enough taxes to pay 79 percent of benefits. Unless Congress acts, millions of people on fixed incomes would get an automatic 21 percent cut in benefits....

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