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Karen Freeman-Wilson makes the case for her Rust Belt city in a newspaper ad.
The Foxconn deal could set a record for tax breaks given to a foreign company.
The child-care debate in Washington is heating up.
Women's pay is rising, but men's wages are flatlining
It can cost about $2,000 per year for an insurance policy that could end up covering only half the replacement cost of the home.
Former Fox News host Eric Bolling confirmed Saturday that his 19-year-old son died in what police called an "unintended" manner. Bolling was fired from Fox News Friday amid a sexting scandal.
In the United States, there is no such thing as disaster leave from work.
Rise in painkiller prescriptions drove about 20 percent of the drop in men's workforce participation
Cheese and beef farmers decry a possible move by Trump to kill the 5-year-old trade deal.
The political and racial divisions that have deepened across the country in the past few weeks played out on this city’s downtown streets this week.