After another week of intense discussions, the Google-Yahoo advertising partnership isn’t dead yet.
Libya pays $1.5bn into a US compensation fund for victims of terror attacks blamed on Tripoli in the 1980s.
Seahawks assistant coach Jim Mora said Friday he’s not interested in the Washington coaching position.
Gold prices tumbled Friday — the final day of a volatile month that saw commodities prices battered by a strengthening dollar.
Democrat Barack Obama extends his campaign ads into his rival’s home territory, as John McCain campaigns in Ohio.
Mindy McCready has been released from jail after serving about 30 days for violating probation on a 2004 drug charge. The Williamson County Sheriff’s Department says the country singer was released Friday morning. She only had to serve about half of her 60-day sentence because of credits she received for good behavior and doing janitorial work in the jail.
Oil rises almost 3% on Friday – but falling demand pushes crude prices to their biggest monthly drop in October.
The Green Bay Packers made a long-term commitment to quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Friday, signing the first-year starter to a contract extension through 2014. The team announced the deal after practice Friday afternoon, when Rodgers signed the paperwork. Terms were not disclosed. “It means a lot,” Rodgers said.