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Frontier Airlines flight diverted to Oklahoma City

Airport spokeswoman Karen Carney tells The Associated Press that a suspicious device was reported on Flight 481 from New Orleans to Denver and the aircraft landed without incident in Oklahoma City late Saturday night.

OxyContin maker will stop promoting opioids to doctors

The maker of the powerful painkiller OxyContin said it will stop marketing opioid drugs to doctors, bowing to a key demand of lawsuits that blame the company for helping trigger the current drug abuse epidemic.

Citing fraud, LL Bean imposes limits on its return policy

The outdoor specialty retailer said returns of items that have been destroyed or rendered useless, including some purchased at thrift stores or retrieved from trash bins, have doubled in the past five years, surpassing the annual revenue from the company’s famous boot.

Trump faces legal challenge on border wall with Mexico

Indiana-born federal judge Judge Gonzalo Curiel will hear arguments on a lawsuit that contends a border wall with Mexico must go through normal environmental reviews, which could cause major delays.

Snow falling across upper Midwest leaves roads treacherous

A winter storm moving across the Great Lakes that’s forecast to drop about a foot of snow in some areas created treacherous driving conditions Friday, closed schools and forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights.

Senate votes to reopen government, passes budget deal

The vote was the first big step in a rush to pick up the pieces of a budget and spending plan that had seemed on track hours earlier. But the government stumbled into the shutdown, the second in three weeks, at midnight after a single senator mounted a protest over the budget-busting deal and refused to give in.