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Apple just posted the best quarter in corporate history

Apple posted the biggest profit in corporate history last quarter after selling a record number of iPhones.

Apple sold 74.5 million iPhones in the last three months. That helped Apple's profit soar more than 37% to $18 billion. That's larger than Gazp...

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Preview: Northern Iowa at Southern Illinois

With a showdown against Missouri Valley Conference leader Wichita State looming on the weekend, No. 18 Northern Iowa must avoid looking ahead as it prepares to visit Southern Illinois on Wednesday. The Panthers are riding a seven-game winni...

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NHL notebook: Brodeur retires

The NHL's all-time leader in wins and shutouts has decided to retire. Goalie Martin Brodeur has decided it's time to call it a career after 21 years with the New Jersey Devils and less than half a season with the St. Louis Blues. According ...

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MLB notebook: Royals reach agreement with Dyson

Memphis was picked to finish third in the American Athletic Conference heading into the season, but the Tigers have some ground to make up as they prepare to host East Carolina on Wednesday. Memphis is fifth in the ACC, but regrouped follow...

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Former Mets pitcher among five players suspended

The NHL's all-time leader in wins and shutouts has decided to retire. Goalie Martin Brodeur has decided it's time to call it a career after 21 years with the New Jersey Devils and less than half a season with the St. Louis Blues. According ...

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URGENT - Supreme court denies Georgia man stay of execution

(CNN) -- The Supreme Court n Tuesday night declined to step in and grant a stay of execution of a Georgia death row inmate who claims he should not be put to death because he is intellectually disabled.

Irish prepare for Top 10 match-up

In a season full of unreal plays and unbelievable finishes, eighth-ranked Notre Dame is hoping the greatest moments are yet to come.

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Yahoo soars on Alibaba spinoff

Marissa Mayer must be pretty proud of herself.

She announced a deal Tuesday to spinoff Yahoo's stake in Alibaba that will bring in big bucks for shareholders -- something she's been working on since taking the helm of Yahoo in 2012.

Investors cheered...

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