• Analysis

Turkey’s problem is not that its government has been spending too much money but rather that its banks have been borrowing too many dollars.

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When we reported on a comprehensive new dataset of life expectancy in neighborhoods nationwide, local readers noticed that Maryland has a few neighborhoods where folks are expected to live longer than almost anywhere else in the country. They asked for more details.

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Use among older Americans has skyrocketed in recent years, while teen use is near record lows.

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The downturn — and the politics it engendered — could have been far less severe.

Trump has now nominated six people to the Federal Reserve, an unprecedented shake up of the central bank.

  • Perspective

There’s a simple reason why the Republican president's tax cuts haven’t inspired companies to move that much money to the United States: The money was already here.

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The gun rights group's flagship magazines added nearly 350,000 new subscribers since the Parkland massacre, suggesting membership growth is healthy.

A strike could hold back the industry at a time when it is benefiting from federal intervention aimed at boosting production and employment.

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It's the first time a woman's held the world record in over 100 years of attempts.

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