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Trump's tax plan, based on what has been made public so far, won't do much for the middle class.

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New research underscores how students' performance is strongly influenced by their peers, but can we use that to help all children do better?

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The housing rules don't explicitly target people by race, but they often achieve the same results as the segregation policies of old.

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The U.S. is expected to push for more U.S. made components in the auto industry at this week's NAFTA talks

The proposal would lower rates across the board for individuals and corporations, but outside analysts say, based on the details known so far, the bulk of the benefits would go to the rich.

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The big packaged food companies are getting rid of artificial ingredients. Some consumers want them back.

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The unanimity is striking.

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The talk of screens turning young people into impulsive hedonists? It may be premature.

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In a matter of days, the U.S. Senate is likely to approve a budget that rubber stamps hiking America's debt to $21.5 trillion in the next decade.

Researchers describe how lead exposure caused a “culling of the least healthy fetuses."

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Karen Freeman-Wilson makes the case for her Rust Belt city in a newspaper ad.

  • Perspective

If ever there was a moment for a courageous Republican to step up, this is it.

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Republicans keep coming up with worse and worse health-care plans.

  • Analysis

Darkness is coming for us all.

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OJ shortages are possible in the wake of Hurricane Irma, and prices are expected to climb.

Biosimilars are copycat versions of brand-name drugs, intended to bring down drug spending.

America's central bank plans to start trimming down its $4.5 trillion balance sheet.

The Fed's balance sheet swelled to an unprecedented size as bank leaders attempted to turn the economy around.

The GOP is considering walking back some of its long-standing tax goals in a bid to bring Democrats on board.

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