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Thursday’s OPEC meeting in Vienna will be the groups’s most closely watched session in years, with far-reaching implications from the local gasoline pump to the oil-dependent budgets of Russia and Iran.
The president would veto the legislation if permanent provisions for working families aren’t added.
NYC’s rail platform park inspires local reuse of railroad underpasses, streetcar tunnels and abandoned bridge piers.
Intelligent Decision’s Harry Martin is latest to plead guilty in probe of bribery, bid-rigging, officials said.
Richmond’s Ledbury raises $5M to help fund its e-commerce sales, expand workforce by up to 50.
More than four years after the law was signed, many business owners still aren’t clear on the rules.
People who don’t shop on Black Friday love to warn me about getting trampled. They don’t really know what they’re talking about.
Not only are gift cards convenient and unlikely to disappoint, they’ve been at the top of wish lists for eight years.
Giancarlo Stanton’s baseball deal isn’t as much as it sounds like, and he still needs to budget and plan ahead.
Washington nonprofit helps families of fallen police, firefighters move forward; it was Bud Doggett’s Way.
The U.S. stock market is ending the day pretty much it started, leaving indexes near record highs.
The federal government hands out grants and surplus military equipment worth billions to local police every year.
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New research suggests that when bankers are reminded of their profession, they’re more likely to cheat.
The defense secretary’s resignation is a reminder of Obama’s difficulty in getting personnel changes to work in his favor.
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Wealthy African American investors are much more conservative with their money compared to white investors.
And at least one of them is pushing back against a rumored agency proposal that would place heavy restrictions on the drone industry.
The Missouri city has added protection against the sort of digital attacks preferred by the online hacker collective Anonymous.
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