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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Her name was "Lucille," and in B.B. King's hands she gave voice to the "King of the Blues."
Julien's Auctions announced Tuesday that King's black Gibson ES-345 prototype guitar is among the items from his estate that will go up for bid on Sept. 21
Julien's says Gibson gave King the instrument for his 80th birthday. The headstock has "B.B. King 80" and a crown inlaid with mother-of-pearl. The guitar is estimated to be worth $80,000 to $100,000.

LONDON (AP) - Here are five things you may not know about Boris Johnson, who is set to become Britain's next prime minister
HE HASN'T ALWAYS BEEN SUCH A CONFIDENT CHARACTER: While Johnson is known for his booming voice, boisterous behavior and creative use of language (including Latin and Greek), he was much more subdued as a child. In fact, until the age of eight, Johnson was severely deaf because of glue ear, a condition where the ear canal fills with fluid…

ATLANTA (AP) - Coca-Cola upped its revenue expectations for the year as new lines of healthier drinks and coffees win over fans
The world's largest drink company posted second quarter earnings of $2.61 billion, or 61 cents. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, came to 63 cents per share, which is a penny better than expected, according to analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research

For those who have read it, the special counsel’s report speaks for itself. For those who haven’t, he can speak for it in Congress.

I’ve always been outspoken about fast shipping, its effects on supply chains and the mounting costs of logistics in the retail industry. Is faster shipping really want the consumer wants?

By Sunday night, the load on the grid was setting a weekend record: 12,063 megawatts. More than 12,000 customers were still without electricity on Monday.

Jacqueline Novak’s show, a stand-up comedy set that inclines toward theater, offers a personal and intellectual history of oral sex.

Expanding the range of credit-adjacent data underwriters use could help those who are "credit invisible."

President Donald Trump and congressional leaders announced they had struck a critical debt and budget agreement.

A Memphis man who was recorded unsuccessfully trying to back his wheelchair away from exploding fireworks has been given a new motorized chair since the video went viral.

How far can a little one really go? Well, one determined Minnesota 2-year-old got himself all the way down to the county fair, according to the Chisago County Sheriff's Office.

While marijuana has been legal in Washington State for years now, there are still some cities where you would be hard-pressed to find cannabis. Federal Way is one of those cities, but come November that could change.

The benefits of collaboration and networking have been proven, and the best example is found in nature.

The 88-year-old port on the shores of Hudson's Bay will resume operations in the next few months, reducing by several days the shipping time to deliver grains to Europe and the Middle East across the Atlantic Ocean.

Workers removing shelves and coolers from a former No Frills Supermarket in Council Bluffs, Iowa, discovered a body behind one of them. The remains were recently identified as a former employee who had been reported missing in 2009.

In the On Politics newsletter: In the Trump era, everything is the culture war. Enter the Trump Straw.