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The Washington market has seen an increase in the number of homes selling for more than $1 million.
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As other Western countries bar or jail returning jihadists, the port city of Aarhus is taking a novel approach.
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Construction giant Bechtel’s move from Frederick to Reston comes as corporate giant reorganizes.
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According to Richmond Fed president Jeffrey Lacker, it has to do with employment and productivity.
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Generalizations simplify a complicated reality and reduce this thing called “the economy” to something binary.
Amid layoffs and other budget cuts, organizers say the trip’s $250,000 cost will help promote job growth.
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Inflation is under 2 percent in the US, UK, Europe, China, and Japan (adjusted for their big tax hike).
The Democrat and Republican clashed on issues including whether to build the light-rail Purple Line.
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