Brussels remains on high alert as subway and schools reopen.
Obama says the U.S. knows of no specific threat against the country.
Chinese utility to pay Brazil $3.7 billion to run two power plants.
Security expected to be tighter as Americans head off on Thanksgiving travel.
US weekly jobless claims total 260,000 vs 270,000 estimate.
Dead mall walking: Black Friday goes online.
Toys ‘R’ Us, Amazon and Walmart race to start Cyber Monday.
Google’s plan to accelerate the mobile web will go live early next year.
Microsoft unveils the Nokia 230, a $55 feature phone with long battery and ‘perfect’ for selfies.
It’s not over yet, but scientists have no doubt: 2015 is the hottest year in recorded history.
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