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The long and bitter war between the two major daily fantasy sports enterprises and the state of New York has reached a peaceful conclusion. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has reached separate $6 million settlements with both companies over deceptive marketing charges.

The cost of an airline ticket has gone down this year. The Transportation Department reports the average domestic air fare dropped to $353 in the second quarter down almost 10 percent from a year ago. Compared to 1999 fares, it's 26 percent cheaper to fly in 2016.

Subaru is recalling more than 100-thousand recent model Legacys, Outbacks, Imprezas and Foresters that are equipped with turbo-charged engines. The relay that controls the secondary air injection pump may fail, causing the pump to operate continuously and overheat, increasing risk of a fire.

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