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AT&T introduces unlimited calling to Mexico

DALLAS, JAN. 20, 2015 – Following last week’s acquisition of Mexican wireless service provider Iusacell, AT&T* announced today that its international calling package, AT&T World Connectsm Value, now features unlimited calling from the U.S.

4.4-magnitude quake shakes west-central California

A 4.4-magnitude earthquake shook west-central California on Tuesday morning, centered about 120 miles southeast of San Francisco, the U.S.

ISIS threatens to kill 2 Japanese hostages unless Tokyo pays $200 million

Two Japanese hostages, one demand from ISIS: Hand over $200 million, or else. The else being that the pair will meet the same gruesome fate as other captives held by the terrorist group, others who were shown in ISIS videos kneeling in orange ju

Patriots win hurts Super Bowl ticket prices

Super Bowl tickets are cheaper than they were last year. You can thank the Patriots for that. On average, tickets were selling for $2,879 on Monday, according to SeatGeek, a search engine that tracks online sales.

The Pope said what?!? More stunners from Francis

In politics, they call it going "off message." In acting, they call it going "off script." In the Catholic Church under Pope Francis, it has become business as usual.

Facebook has more than 1,100 jobs to fill

 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Facebook has 1,159 job openings listed on its corporate site, as the social network company continues its aggressive growth plans.

Paying respects to real 'American Sniper'

The Oscar nominated film "American Sniper" debuted over the weekend.

Michael Moore calls snipers 'cowards' on Twitter

 Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore pronounced that "snipers aren't heroes" in a tweet on Sunday as "American Sniper," the Oscar-nominated biopic of a former Navy SEAL and sharpshooter, won the weekend box office.<

No charges after Oklahoma police chief shot four times

No charges have been filed against a man who shot the police chief of a small town in Oklahoma four times, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says. Sentinel Police Chief Louis Ross was shot Thursday morning after he entered a house looki