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The slow results for the April-June period raise new warnings signs about the strength of the U.S. economic expansion.

The data on Seattle will be frustrating to both sides of the debate.

Clinton called this generation "the most tolerant and generous young people we've ever had."

Can a Republican really address the gender wage gap?

The projections for Trump's economic policies are startling.

'Men are the ones that have fallen behind on college campuses.'

A new study found that outcomes from robot-assisted prostate surgeries were similar to a traditional technique.

Everyone needs to chill out about marijuana poisoning.

No, it can't call itself the "World's Healthiest Grocery Store."

The central bank is still monitoring international risks.

Hot dogs, dive bars and go karts: What people are really looking for at the conventions

This is really not a good sign for Hillary Clinton.

Where the bad guys get their guns.

It's an important warning for people who have rich neighbors.

Maybe the economy will never get back to normal

In Philadelphia on Monday, delegates chanted "No TPP!" and brandished signs declaring their opposition. They were frustrated that the party's official platform did not explicitly reject the Trans-Pacific Partnership -- a reflection of the fierce disagreement among Democrats about the deal's merits.

Everyone in politics seems to be against it these days. But Democrats, independents and Republicans agree it's good for the country, according to a poll.

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