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iPhone Reportedly Catches Fire in NJ Student's Pocket in Class

WPVI-TV(MT. LAUREL, N.J.) -- After multiple accounts of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones exploding, a report about an iPhone allegedly catching fire could cause concern.According to Darin Hlavaty, his iPhone 6 Plus exploded in his pocket recently during class at Rowan College at Burlington County. He told ABC News affiliate WPVI-TV his phone started smoking in his pocket and started a fire."I felt this crazy, hot burning in my leg," Hlavaty told WPVI-TV.Rebecca Bookbinder, a student in Hlavaty's class

Two Stolen Van Gogh Paintings Recovered After Heist 14 Years Ago

Van Gogh Museum(AMSTERDAM) -- Two long lost Van Gogh paintings were found this week in the hands of the Italian mafia.The works of art, Seascape at Scheveningen (1882) and Congregation leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen (1884/85), were stolen from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam about 14 years ago in a raid.The paintings were found wrapped in cloth in a safe when Italian police investigated the Italian village of Castellammare di Stabia, near Naples, as part of a larger investigation of one

US Stocks Close Higher as Deutsche Bank Reportedly Close to Settlement

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- A new report pushed Deutsche Bank fears aside and helped Wall Street close higher Friday.The Dow climbed 164.70 (+0.91 percent) to finish at 18,308.15.The Nasdaq jumped 42.85 (+0.81 percent) to close at 5,312.00, while the S&P 500 finished at 2,168.27, up 17.14 (+0.80 percent) from its open.Crude oil gained less than 1 percent with prices hitting $48 a barrelDeutsche Bank: Any uneasiness about Deutsche Bank was pushed aside after French news agency AFP reported

Angry Frenchman Goes on Smashing Rampage in Apple Store

Kekes via Storyful(DIJON, France.) -- A man apparently upset about customer service he had received used a metal ball to smash several iPhones and a laptop at an Apple store in Dijon, France.In a video that has been widely shared on social media, the unidentified man smashes several phones before addressing other customers at the store."Ladies and gentlemen, remember the rights of the consumer," the man says in French."They are refusing to reimburse me according to European consumer laws. I warn

American Airlines Experiencing New Uniform Complaints Amid Merger

American Airlines(DALLAS) -- American Airlines flight attendants are complaining about their new uniforms on the same weekend the company is taking an important step in its merger with US Airways to create the world's largest airline.Attendants claim the newly unveiled wool-rich uniforms are causing itching and headaches.  The Chicago Business Journal reports more than 400 flight attendants have complained of hives and headaches to their unions.Airplanes and pilots for US Airways are being

Deutsche Bank Share Prices Swing over Fears of Financial Health

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Shares of Deutsche Bank have been trading near record-low levels this week, as the bank’s CEO is attempting to reassure his employees and the public that one of the world’s biggest banks is financially sound.The stock has been on a largely downward trend ever since reports surfaced in mid-September that the U.S. Justice Department was seeking $14 billion from the bank to settle a case stemming from the 2008 financial crisis.The bank said at the time tha

Markets Finish Flat on Thursday

Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- A projected price increase pushed stocks lower on Thursday.The Dow closed down 196 points to close at 18,143.45. The NASDAQ fell 49 to close the session at 5,269.15 and the S&P gave up 20 to end the day at 2,151.13.Healthcare stocks took a plunge with EpiPen maker Mylan giving up more than 2 dollars a share. The stock is down 22 percent as the company's been criticized for repeatedly raising EpiPen's price. Copyright © 2016, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Round Two: Wells Fargo CEO Testifies in Front of Congress for Second Time

Xinhua/Bao Dandan via Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf has arrived on Capitol Hill to testify in front of the House Financial Services Committee Thursday.The bank boss was seen in the chamber preparing more than 30 minutes before the scheduled start of the hearing.This is a developing story. Our preview of Thursday's hearing is below. Please check back for the latest updates.Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf will face another round of questioning on Capitol Hill Thursday --

Round Two: Wells Fargo CEO to Testify in Front of Congress Again

Xinhua/Bao Dandan via Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf will face another round of questioning on Capitol Hill Thursday — this time in a hearing held by the House Financial Services Committee.Stumpf’s appearance in front of the panel comes a little over a week since he faced blistering questions and a call to resign during a Senate Banking Committee hearing, and as the bank continues to try to stem the sustained criticism it has faced since the alleged wron

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