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Recovered de Kooning painting back in the spotlight

Mar 15, 2019

More than 30 years after it was stolen from an Arizona museum, a Willem de Kooning painting reportedly worth $100 million is going on display back where it all began

Valtteri Bottas: "I'm going to beat everyone this year"

Mar 11, 2019

Last season's Formula One campaign was so demoralizing for Valtteri Bottas that he got drunk to forget all about it. Yet the Finnish driver believes he can be a genuine challenger for the title this season

Tears, moment's silence at Lagerfeld's final Chanel show

Mar 5, 2019

It was Karl Lagerfeld's final curtain _ even though he's gone

Art collected by Jewish lawyer before WWII goes to auction

Mar 5, 2019

About 200 works of art from a Jewish lawyer's collection that were spirited out of Nazi Germany are going up for auction

US consumer spending fell sharp 0.5 percent in December

Mar 1, 2019

US consumer spending dropped 0.5 percent in December while incomes edged down in January

Chloe shows floral, ethnic motifs and bids Lagerfeld adieu

Feb 28, 2019

High-collared, fluid silhouettes teeming with detail were the Paris Fashion Week recipe when Chloe showcased its latest winter collection and bid adieu to former designer Karl Lagerfeld, who died on Feb. 19

Court rejects injunction against German museum over painting

Feb 28, 2019

A German court has rejected a bid by the heirs of a Jewish French art collector to seize a painting that a Houston museum has loaned to Germany

German town defends seizing family's pet, selling it on eBay

Feb 28, 2019

Officials in Germany are defending their decision to seize an indebted family's pet pug and sell it on eBay, saying it was a last resort because authorities were unable to find anything else to take

Vodka 'bound for North Korea' to be destroyed or sold

Feb 27, 2019

Dutch Customs officials who discovered thousands of bottles of vodka suspected of being smuggled to North Korea say the illicit cargo will likely be sold at auction or destroyed

Broken-down bus that crashed in China mine was bought online

Feb 25, 2019

Safety inspectors say the operators of China's largest silver mine bought a broken-down bus online, overloaded it with miners and operated it on a ramp that wasn't fit for transporting people, leading to fatal crash

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