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12/27/2013 8:28 AM
GM to recall 1.5M cars in China
BEIJING — General Motors Co. and its main Chinese partner will recall almost 1.5 million cars to replace a bracket that secures a fuel pump, China’s product quality agency said today.

12/27/2013 7:02 AM
Car bomb kills politician in Lebanon
BEIRUT — A powerful car bomb tore through a business district in the center of the Lebanese capital today, killing a prominent pro-Western politician and at least five other people in an assassination certain to hike sectarian tensions already soaring because of the civil war in neighboring Syria.

12/27/2013 7:00 AM
10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

12/27/2013 12:53 AM
2 local men arraigned over theft at high school
Two men were arraigned and ordered held in the Lucas County jail after being accused of breaking into a high school and cracking a kitchen safe.

12/27/2013 12:51 AM
River expected to fall below flood stage today
STRYKER, Ohio — The Tiffin River, last of the northwest Ohio rivers to be above flood stage after heavy rain last weekend, was expected to retreat to its banks early today.

12/27/2013 12:51 AM
Coroner: Christmas Day victim was shot 3 times
A Toledo man who was killed on Christmas Day was shot three times, an autopsy showed.

12/27/2013 12:00 AM
Trooper pleads not guilty in B.G. court
BOWLING GREEN — An Ohio Highway Patrol sergeant has pleaded not guilty to a domestic violence charge in Bowling Green Municipal Court.

12/27/2013 12:00 AM
Ham fight turns unsavory, ends with BB-gun shooting, 1 arrest
An argument about a ham in North Toledo ended with a woman shot in an arm with a BB gun and a man before a judge.

12/27/2013 12:00 AM
Barclay’s fined nearly $4M for record keeping
LONDON — The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority on Thursday said it fined Barclays Capital Inc. almost $4 million for what it called “systemic failures” in records retention.

12/27/2013 12:00 AM
Class-action sought for suit against skyscraper
NEW YORK — Thousands of stakeholders in the Empire State Building lost more than $400 million in potential profits when the managing owners rebuffed potential buyers so they could sell public shares in the iconic skyscraper, a new lawsuit says.