In private negotiations, Trump aides were willing to make dramatic concessions to secure the Space Force.

The tally was affected by thousands of General Motors workers who returned to their jobs in late October after a lengthy strike.

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Five athletes who are alleged assault victims of a university doctor cite the Wexners’ ties to the school.

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One of the lingering problems with this strong jobs picture is why wages aren’t growing as they in the late 1990s when yearly wage growth routinely topped 4 percent.

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Letting patients in on the true cost of MRIs, hip replacements and other procedures has been shown to bring down costs — which is why hospitals and insurance companies have sworn to fight it.

The drug company’s request for a three-year patent extension faces challenge.

RestoraPet CEO Brian Larsen expects his Maryland-based company to gross more than $2 million this year.

As office support jobs go away, many women without college degrees find it hard to get another job paying over $15 an hour. Their plight has received far less attention on the 2020 campaign trail than factory workers’.

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Trump continues to believe that tariffs work, and he’s showing, yet again, that he’s ready to use them for just about any reason.

Private plaintiffs say they fear being frozen out of compensation in pain medication settlements with states.

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Beneficiaries of the federal health insurance program for people 65 and older have until Dec. 7 to lock down their health-care choices for 2020.

A decade of historically low interest rates has allowed companies to sell record amounts of bonds to investors.

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