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A Minute With - Tituss Burgess on 'Kimmy,' race and pinot noir

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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - A glass of wine at his side, Actor Tituss Burgess says he is used to fans serenading him with his catchy "Pinot Noir" song from Netflix's hit comedy "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt."

Tituss Burgess on 'Kimmy,' race and pinot noir

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - A glass of wine at his side, Actor Tituss Burgess says he is used to fans serenading him with his catchy "Pinot Noir" song from Netflix's hit comedy "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt."

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Hay for cheese? Barter booms in cash-squeezed rural Greece

LAMIA, Greece - Wild boar and power cuts were Greek cotton farmer Mimis Tsakanikas' biggest worries until a bank shutdown last month left him stranded without cash to pay suppliers, and his customers without money to pay him.

29 Jul 2015

Hay for cheese? Barter booms in cash-squeezed rural Greece

LAMIA, Greece - Wild boar and power cuts were Greek cotton farmer Mimis Tsakanikas' biggest worries until a bank shutdown last month left him stranded without cash to pay suppliers, and his customers without money to pay him.

29 Jul 2015

Hay for cheese? Barter booms in cash-squeezed rural Greece

LAMIA, Greece, July 28 - Wild boar and power cuts were Greek cotton farmer Mimis Tsakanikas' biggest worries until a bank shutdown last month left him stranded without cash to pay suppliers, and his customers without money to pay him.

29 Jul 2015

Special Report - Subaru’s secret: Low-paid foreign workers power an export boom

OTA, Japan - Yasuyuki Yoshinaga was in a good mood at the early May earnings briefing in Tokyo. The top executive at the maker of Subaru automobiles joked that he would have to wear a helmet on an upcoming trip to the United States. The reason: Dealers were going to hit him over the head for not supplying them with enough of his cars to sell. | Video

29 Jul 2015

Special Report - Subaru’s secret: Low-paid foreign workers power an export boom

OTA, Japan - Yasuyuki Yoshinaga was in a good mood at the early May earnings briefing in Tokyo. The top executive at the maker of Subaru automobiles joked that he would have to wear a helmet on an upcoming trip to the United States. The reason: Dealers were going to hit him over the head for not supplying them with enough of his cars to sell. | Video

28 Jul 2015

SPECIAL REPORT-Subaru's secret: Low-paid foreign workers power an export boom

OTA, Japan, July 28 - Yasuyuki Yoshinaga was in a good mood at the early May earnings briefing in Tokyo. The top executive at the maker of Subaru automobiles joked that he would have to wear a helmet on an upcoming trip to the United States. The reason: Dealers were going to hit him over the head for not supplying them with enough of his cars to sell.

28 Jul 2015

Obama says more political openness would strengthen Ethiopia

ADDIS ABABA - U.S. President Barack Obama told Ethiopia's leaders on Monday that allowing more political freedoms would strengthen the African nation, which had already lifted millions out of a poverty once rooted in recurring famine.

27 Jul 2015

Wildfire at Montana's Glacier National Park rages for fourth day

- A wildfire in Montana's Glacier National Park raged for a fourth day through heavy timber on Friday during peak visitor season, while another blaze in Northern California charred the mountains above Napa Valley wine country, officials said.

25 Jul 2015