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But the legislation is complicated, its price-tag is high, and the bill does little to help the very poorest Americans.
Despite a flourishing economy, it’s a tough time for classic retailers.
The 30-year fixed-rate average was unchanged at 4.94 percent.
Facebook hired a Republican opposition-research firm to discredit activists critical of the social network, linking them to the liberal philanthropist, according to a New York Times report.
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The move to the heart of the defense industry could boost government contracts
The state and Arlington County worried until the end that their high costs for labor and real estate might lose the deal.
The company attributed the growth to strong digital sales.
Prosecutors are trying to force Amazon to turn over data on Echo device for a murder case.
A judge has ordered Amazon to turn over any recordings an Echo device may have made the day two women were killed.
An MIT Sloan Ph.D. candidate discovered what turned skilled hobbyists into entrepreneurs.
Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) and Maria Bartiromo sparred over whether his talking point was accurate.
The tech giant has opened outposts across America, so it has access to more lawmakers it can try to influence amid concerns about its growth.
The company’s expansion will be a boon, and perhaps a strain, for two metropolitan areas.
Unions said Boeing failed to make pilots aware of a key safety feature in 737 MAX 8 planes.
“This is a positive step and may be the first thing this EPA has done that will actually reduce air pollution,” said one environmental advocate.
Dion Cini said he was banned after waving two separate pro-Trump banners on rides at Walt Disney World Resort.
Forecasters are predicting a slowdown, and the president may look for someone to blame.
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