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April 26, 2018 8:50 PM Facebook and Chipotle climb while Southwest and AT&T stumble

The social media company had a strong first quarter as its data privacy scandal didn't appear to hurt its business. The automaker said it will stop selling most if its car lines in North American to cut costs. The Mexican food chain had a better-than-expected first quarter and said its sales improved. The airline said the recent death of a passenger 81

April 25, 2018 10:31 PM 'American Idol' Castoff Says Minorities Have It Harder On Show

"American Idol" voters don't like voting for minorities, and the show's most recent elimination round proves it, according to Marcio Donaldson, one of the guys who got booted. On the reboot, judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie picked 4 of the top 10 finalists from a pool of 8 who didn't make the cut with viewers. Almost everyone in the bottom 60

April 25, 2018 7:02 PM Folsom Prison Blues, This Time in Spanish

Fifty years after the groundbreaking Johnny Cash concert, the band Los Tigres del Norte plays before inmates at the same California prison FOLSOM, Calif.—In 1968, “the man in black” made music history when he recorded a live performance for inmates at Folsom State Prison. Fifty years later, five men in black—the band Los Tigres del Norte 95

April 25, 2018 5:31 PM Pulisic on US roster vs. Bolivia in Philadelphia suburbs

Pulisic on US roster vs. Bolivia in Philadelphia suburbs Star midfielder Christian Pulisic will be part of the U.S. roster when the Americans play Bolivia in a May 28 exhibition in the Philadelphia suburbs. "That's so close to my home and a lot of my family will be there," Pulisic said in a video released by the U.S. Soccer Federation after interim American 55

April 25, 2018 10:09 AM US filmmaker Martin Scorsese wins Spain's Asturias art prize

US filmmaker Martin Scorsese wins Spain's Asturias art prize American filmmaker Martin Scorsese has been awarded Spain's Princess of Astorias award for the arts, with the jury describing him as an uncontested major figure of contemporary cinema. New York-born of Italian descent, Scorsese has produced and directed dozens of fiction and documentary films 48

April 24, 2018 10:50 PM Cartel boss known as ‘most feared narco-terrorist in Colombia’ extradited to Brooklyn on federal drug trafficking charges

Rendon-Herrera was extradited Monday and is scheduled to make his first appearance in Brooklyn federal court Tuesday . The boss behind Colombia's largest and most fearsome crew of drug traffickers and criminals has been extradited to Brooklyn to face federal charges. Daniel Rendon-Herrera's Clan Usuga imported tons of cocaine from Colombia to Central 61

April 24, 2018 2:33 PM Energy, a Bright Spot in Nafta Talks, Bogged Down by Dispute Over Rule Change

Expanding Nafta to cover oil trade has many backers. But energy companies are balking at a U.S. bid to drop a rule meant to protect investors from government intervention The Trump administration is at odds with American companies over a proposed rule change to the North American Free Trade Agreement that is endangering a bright spot—energy—in contentious 98

April 24, 2018 1:03 PM Liverpool vs. Roma: A Champions League Semifinal Made in Boston

With storied soccer teams in their portfolios, American owners of the Red Sox and Celtics prepare to square off in Europe The lunch itself didn’t cost €42 million, but that’s how much it took for the two billionaires to sit down on a sunny Boston afternoon last June. If they were being honest, the whole situation was a little absurd. One of them, John W. Henry 39

April 24, 2018 12:10 PM Netflix Breaks Up Audience Romance With Telenovela

New competitors force Televisa and other Latin American broadcasters to develop real-life, edgier dramas and crime stories to replace the torrid romances that once enthralled millions MEXICO CITY—Isaac Lee, a top executive at Mexican broadcaster Grupo Televisa SAB, says he stays up at night worrying about people like Alicia Torres, the 83-year-old matriarch 79

April 24, 2018 11:03 AM France's train standoff, through the eyes of striking worker

PARIS – French train maintenance worker Jonathan Seigneur says President Emmanuel Macron has it all wrong. Seigneur spoke to The Associated Press about why he's on strike, along with thousands of other workers at national railway SNCF, to protest Macron's changes to the rail sector. Seigneur fixes trains for a modest salary that he accepted in exchange 71