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Tracking the Flow of Guns Used in Crime is Inexact Science

CORPORATE | By Lisa Mare Pane | May 2
The flow of guns from one person to another, and from states with loose gun laws to those with strict ones, has long flummoxed law enforcement and gun-control advocates and is emerging again as a hot topic.

Flying Autopilot with Target-Date Funds: Points to Consider

FINANCE | By Stan Choe | May 2
Target-date retirement funds aim to make investing simple, and that's why their popularity is exploding.

Uber Drivers May Now Ask for Tips After Lawsuit

CORPORATE | May 2
CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning."

Alaska Weighing Rules to Allow Use of Pot At Licensed Stores

LEGAL | By Becky Bohrer | May 1
Alaska could soon become the first state in the nation to allow on-site consumption of marijuana in some businesses that will sell pot.

Cats at Japan's 'Cat Cafes' Now Allowed to Stay Up Till 10

CORPORATE | By Mari Yamaguchi | May 1
Felines at Japan's popular "cat cafes" are now allowed to stay up until 10 p.m. to interact with customers.

Ask A Lawyer :: What Injustices Do LGBT Immigrants Face Behind Bars

LEGAL | May 1
Detainment for any immigrant is usually a long process that can be harsh and frightening. However, this process is more hazardous to those in the LGBT community.

New Threat to U.S. Airlines?

CORPORATE | Apr 30
Norwegian flights could be headed towards to the United States, and American airlines are not happy about it.

Deal Signs Law Allowing Food Stamps to Freed Drug Offenders

FINANCE | Apr 30
Convicted drug offenders released from prison will become eligible for food stamps in Georgia this year under legislation signed by Republican Gov. Nathan Deal.

CIAA Will Stay in North Carolina Despite State's LGBT Law

CORPORATE | Apr 29
The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association says it won't move its headquarters, its basketball tournament or other conference championships from North Carolina, despite the state's controversial new LGBT law.

Yahoo Reshuffles Board in Truce with Rebellious Shareholder

CORPORATE | By Michael Liedtke | Apr 29
Yahoo has reached a truce with an activist investor threatening to oust CEO Marissa Mayer and the rest of its board, removing a major distraction as the company evaluates bids to buy its Internet operations.

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