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The GOP’s plans have hit a large and brash-talking obstacle in the form of current Republican front-runner Donald J. Trump.
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Steven Mufson and Juliet Eilperin
Beyond the environmental issues, there is international tension with Russia in the Arctic.
Energy was the one bright spot Monday as oil prices surged on lower production estimates.
Many conservatives, who had hoped to woo the middle class, feel focus on immigration is a distraction.
The utilities “remain convinced” the proposed $6.4 billion deal serves ratepayers.
Publisher of site about paying for college condensed his expertise into “twisdoms” — tweetable wisdoms.
Five things you can do now to get your financial house in order.
Raiding your savings to pay their college tuition could result in you relying on them in your old age.
Remember this: Those big lurches up and down are utterly irrational. Best to grit your teeth and not obsess.
After tearful drop-off for his own son, “I get it now,” says George Mason University President Angel Cabrera.
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More signs of weakness in China’s economy are sending stocks and the price of oil sharply lower.
A fascinating photo project asks people to share the view from their window in 27 countries
“The fight isn’t over.“
New study finds that the FDA is too risk-averse when it comes to certain diseases.
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