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Actress/activist Ruby Dee dies at 91
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Big change to frequent flyer programs
My sister inspired The Fault in Our Stars
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As coverage expands, can America’s health-care system afford a breakthrough $84,000 hepatitis C cure?
Fannie would sell couple their home for $450,000, while Wall Street investors could buy it for $260,000
“It makes me want to leave the room,” says real estate mogul and shark investor Barbara Corcoran.
But sales at the online deal purveyor declined from a year ago, and operating expenses rose.
After a fire grounded the fleet, the Pentagon celebrated the completion of the first 2 jets ordered by Australia.
New report reveals an alarming gender gap among small business owners. Here’s how to close it.
Gray aide weighs rules for Reeves Center redevelopment in stadium deal, but changes could raise the cost to the District.
Keeping physically fit helps you stay fiscally fit, too.
Traders pay a tax of 30 percent or more on short-term capital gains. Passive indexers come out ahead.
Warren Brown has as much fun as ever in the 2015 version of the MX-5, but he’ll concede it’s not practical.
The stock market is ending lower after Visa and Amazon posted disappointing results.
Britain had a big boom, a big bust, and big austerity. But now its GDP is finally back to where it was in 2008.
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The administration float a pilot program that would grant Honduran children refugee status.
What happens when workers can’t freely flow to our most productive cities.
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The answer, of course, is that it’s complicated.
Four new directors--including its first female director--will be added to the board of a company that has been engulfed in a highly public leadership battle.
A new research study finds that women and minorities are penalized for being good at managing diverse groups or respecting gender or racial differences at work
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All it needs now is a signature from the President.
The most sophisticated surveillance technologies are not always available to law enforcement because they are classified, current and former officials say.
But building in ways to wiretap social media and chat services can lead to less secure systems, say technical experts.
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