MOORE, Oklahoma - Emergency workers pulled more than 100 survivors from the rubble of homes, schools and a hospital in an Oklahoma town hit by a powerful tornado, and officials sharply lowered the number of deaths caused by the storm. Full Article | Live Coverage
TAMPA, Florida - Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase & Co's outspoken chairman and chief executive, won a vote of confidence on Tuesday as shareholders decided to let him keep his chairman title by an even greater margin than last year.
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WASHINGTON - Apple came under fire at a Senate hearing over an investigation that alleged the technology icon has kept billions of dollars in profits in Irish subsidiaries and paid little or no taxes to any government. Full Article | Live Coverage
WASHINGTON - Top IRS officials told Congress they were unaware of the agency's targeting of conservative groups for extra tax scrutiny until recently, and were not deliberately misleading lawmakers last year when they did not reveal the practice. Full Article
SAO PAULO - SkyWest, the world's largest regional airline group, agreed to buy at least 40 new jets from Brazilian planemaker Embraer, in a deal that could climb to 200 aircraft and a total price tag of more than $8 billion. Full Article
May 21 - U.S. President Barack Obama offers prayers and resources to Oklahoma after a tornado leaves a trail of death and destruction. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
We are witnessing the slow death of public opinion in this country. It’s being displaced by party opinion. Elections today are less and less about persuasion and more and more about mobilization: You rally your supporters in order to beat back your opponents. Commentary
While I join the chorus of rage aimed at the excesses of a Department of Justice leak investigation that has criminalized the reporting of Fox News Channel’s James Rosen, I also wonder how much of Rosen’s trouble is of his own making. Commentary
The hoopla over the new George W. Bush Library in Dallas, as well as some gauzy looks back penned by former aides, shows we are in the middle of “The Great Bush Revisionism.” The former president is being lauded and congratulated. But for what? Commentary
Britain has been playing a defensive game in response to the barrage of misguided financial rules from Brussels. It now needs to sell the City as part of the solution to Europe's problems. The opportunity is huge. It could even help keep Britain in the EU. Commentary