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FareCompare CEO Rick Seaney shares five things infrequent fliers need to know

(NEW YORK) -- Flying can be costly, especially for those who don't do it often. FareCompare CEO Rick Seaney sat down with ABC News to tell us what infrequent fliers need to know before they book a flight.

Here's what he had to say:
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Al Capone's diamond pocket watch fetches over $84K at 'gangster' auction

(CAMBRIDGE, Mass.) -- Capone's watch as well as a musical composition he handwrote behind bars in Alcatraz were among the items up for bid in the "Gangsters, Outlaws and Lawmen" auction by RR Auction, an auction house headquartered in Boston.
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‘Flower man’ steals the show at cousin’s wedding

(NEW YORK) -- Weddings usually include something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue -- but for one bride, there was something funny, too.

Bride Andria Farthing asked her cousin, Patrick Casey, to take on a unique rol... Read More

Energy shares rebound, Wall Street closes mostly higher

(NEW YORK) -- Although the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed flat, U.S. stocks finished mostly higher on Friday with energy companies rebounding from earlier this week.

The Dow Jones slid 2.53 (-0.01 percent) to finish at 21,394.76.
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Texas police officer sues Ford, claims his squad SUV made him sick

(AUSTIN, Texas) -- A Texas police officer has filed a lawsuit against Ford Motor Company, claiming that his squad car literally made him sick.

Austin Police Sgt. Zachary LaHood was issued a 2011 Ford Explorer, a sport utility vehicle that... Read More

Study: Gunmakers ramping up production, focusing on 'freedom and security' message

(NEW YORK) -- Gun makers have boosted production in recent years, focusing on more high-caliber pistols and rifles designed for self-defense and shifting away from recreational firearms used for hunting and target shooting, the authors of a new study... Read More

Michigan grandmother's cherry-infused vodka hits the market

(LANSING, Mich.) -- Hedy Steinbart, 92, learned how to make cherry-infused vodka from her parents in Germany in the 1940s.

Today, Steinbart can go to her local liquor store in Lansing, Michigan, and purchase a bottle of her own drink thank... Read More

Little change on Wall Street as stocks give back early gains

(NEW YORK) -- Another mixed day on Wall Street saw the indices give back most of their early-session gains on Thursday.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 12.74 to a close of 21,397.29.

The Nasdaq climbed to 6,236.69, a ga... Read More

FCC fines Miami man $120 million for making more than 100 million spoofed robocalls

(WASHINGTON) -- The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday announced a $120 million fine against a Miami man accused of making more than 100 million spoofed robocalls in a three-month span.

According to the FCC, Adrian Abramovich us... Read More

George Clooney, partners sell tequila company for $1 billion

(NEW YORK) -- George Clooney won't have to worry about a college fund for his newborn twins.

The Oscar winner just sold his tequila business with partners Rande Gerber and Michael Meldman to British company Diageo for $1 billion, ABC News ... Read More

Energy stocks fall in tough day on Wall Street

(NEW YORK) -- A rough day for energy stocks pushed Wall Street lower on Wednesday.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished the day down 53.89, closing at 21,413.25.

The Nasdaq gained 45.92 to a finish of 6,233.95, while the S&... Read More

167 drivers pay it forward in McDonald's drive-thru

(SCOTTSBURG, Ind.) -- McDonald’s cashier Hunter Hostetler is on the lookout for the customer who started a 167-driver pay-it-forward chain at the Scottsburg, Indiana, McDonald’s where Hostetler has worked since October.

“... Read More

Surprising drop for Apple's Tim Cook on highest-rated CEO list

(NEW YORK) --  A number of tech company leaders made Glassdoor's list of the 100 highest-rated CEOs for 2017, but one in particular saw his stock fall.

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Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigns

(NEW YORK) -- Travis Kalanick, the embattled CEO of the ride-hailing company Uber, resigned on Tuesday, a company spokesperson told ABC News.

The resignation comes amid a decision by company shareholders who pushed for his exit.

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