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Companies added more jobs last month, but they’re expanding slower than they were this summer.
When people get a windfall, they often want to spend it too fast and too furiously.
Seven-year-old hole on the doorstep of Nationals Park became illustrious example of real estate bubble.
The Obama administration allowed non-conforming plans to continue last year, but the reprieve is running out.
The 30-year fixed-rate average begins to slowly retreat after spiking two weeks ago.
Netflix said it approached Sandler to create the feature-length films because the actor’s movies were among the top watched films for its users.
The executive editor hopes the reductions can be done through voluntary buyouts.
Readers share some of their tips for dealing with unsolicited calls from con artists.
The stock market ordeal of Northwest Biotheraputics illustrates the reasons why Main Street hates Wall Street.
Washington baseball team throws in autographs, photos, discounts; sales bullpen includes GM Mike Rizzo.
Energy companies are leading a broad decline in the stock market as the price of oil heads lower.
One third of Americans think the government spends more on foreign aid than on social security.
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The leaders of the world economy will gather in Washington to confront a global growth outlook that can only be described as disappointing.
New survey data show that you can have it all - if you choose the right major.
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The resigning part goes by really fast. The slow part is absorbing what happened. I know, because I’ve been there.
It wasn’t because an intruder breached the White House. It was because of a lack of trust.
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Disappointing headlines from Europe set investors on edge. Advisers say to hold on tight for more volatility.
With volatility on the rise, investors should be ready to move quickly to safer ground if needed.
After facing backlash from a study of user emotions last summer, Facebook is altering the way it does research.
It’s not possible to create a backdoor for the police and keep it closed to everyone else.
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