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Income inequality is taking a toll on state governments.
Washington-based conglomerate seeks to expand in its dental businesses with Swiss acquisition.
The lawmaker wants answers from the background-check firm on fraud allegations and a cyberattack.
Western forces could target trucks carrying oil from a handful of refineries in northern Iraq.
In the long term, geopolitical crises are likely to increase defense spending levels, report says.
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Fund has approved 31 claims in first six weeks but administrator says the pace could pick up.
The hospitality company has teamed up with a Maria Shriver-led foundation and will begin providing envelopes in guest rooms to encourage vistitors to tip the largely unseen — and mostly female — workers.
Retirement planning includes setting yourself up to have the least amount of debt and expenses possible.
It’s disappointing that both parties are content to focus this debate on the obscure Export-Import Bank.
With an assist from hippie-friendly Takoma Park, an acupuncturist finds economic health in the spa industry.
U.S. stocks are closing mostly lower as investors wait for the Federal Reserve’s two-day policy meeting that starts on Tuesday.
The research faults cement seals and bad casing for methane leaks.
If we wanted to end the “economic development wars” once and for all, the only way to do it would be through national law. But is that a good idea?
Earthquakes, yes; but what magnitude?
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The company has moved quickly to address privacy concerns that consumers might have about its new health product.
Comcast is being accused of targeting subscribers who are using the Tor anonymization service. But take the reports with a huge grain of salt.
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