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The best reader comments and contributions in 2017

The best reader comments and contributions in 2017

8 times you made us think, laugh or cry (in a good way)

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The Price of Freedom for Saudi Arabia’s Richest Man: $6 Billion

The Price of Freedom for Saudi Arabia’s Richest Man: $6 Billion

Saudi authorities are demanding at least $6 billion from Saudi Prince al-Waleed bin Talal to free him from detention, people familiar with the matter said, potentially putting the global business empire of one of the world’s richest men at risk.

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Stores Have Rare Edge Over Web in Fight for Last-Minute Shoppers

Stores Have Rare Edge Over Web in Fight for Last-Minute Shoppers

Online retailers and traditional stores play up their strengths with same-day delivery and in-store pickup, as shopper mind-set shifts from ‘Am I getting a great deal?’ to ‘Will I get it on time?’

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U.N. Security Council Cracks Down on North Korea After November Missile Launch

U.N. Security Council Cracks Down on North Korea After November Missile Launch

The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously to slash the amount of crude oil and refined petroleum North Korea may import, dealing a serious blow to Pyongyang in response to its missile launch last month.

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UN Security Council slaps fresh sanctions on North Korea

UN Security Council slaps fresh sanctions on North Korea

Move aims to squeeze Pyongyang after Kim Jong Un’s latest missile test

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Despite Industry Efforts, Americans Keep Drinking in the Sugar

Despite Industry Efforts, Americans Keep Drinking in the Sugar

The beverage industry is falling further behind in its drive to reduce the amount of calories Americans drink, as sales of diet sodas continue to slide and people consume more fountain drinks and sweetened tea.

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Republicans gamble that they can sell their tax cuts

Republicans gamble that they can sell their tax cuts

The White House hopes the bill passed this week will boost growth and salaries, but will voters view it as a package for plutocrats?

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Energy Investors: Behold the Miracle of the Tax Law

Energy Investors: Behold the Miracle of the Tax Law

With the signing of the new tax bill into law, the value of some funds investing in energy stocks will go haywire, shooting up by 10% or more.

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Brazil casts shadow over Boeing-Embraer deal talks

Brazil casts shadow over Boeing-Embraer deal talks

President welcomes injection of foreign capital but rules out transfer of ownership

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Analysis: How Consensus for Corporate Rate Cut Turned Into Partisan Tax Brawl

Analysis: How Consensus for Corporate Rate Cut Turned Into Partisan Tax Brawl

Both candidates in the 2012 presidential election ran on a corporate tax cut. Five years later, a unified Republican government made that a reality, and a bipartisan idea has turned into a deeply partisan brawl.

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Apple’s New iPhones Get a Lukewarm Reception from Buyers

Apple’s New iPhones Get a Lukewarm Reception from Buyers

Estimates from two market-research firms indicate customers are buying the iPhone X and a pair of other new offerings at a rate comparable to recent models but falling short of the iPhone’s 2014 peak.

Published 5 months ago

Trump Signs Sweeping Tax Overhaul Into Law

Trump Signs Sweeping Tax Overhaul Into Law

President Donald Trump signed a sweeping tax overhaul bill into law in the Oval Office Friday morning, as well as a spending bill to keep the government open through mid-January.

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Two Bags of Cash for Boko Haram: The Untold Story of How Nigeria Freed Its Kidnapped Girls

Two Bags of Cash for Boko Haram: The Untold Story of How Nigeria Freed Its Kidnapped Girls

The fate of the Chibok schoolgirls sparked a social-media sensation, a global manhunt and a secret negotiation. The three million euros ultimately transferred to the militant group revitalized its fortunes and sparked a new wave of suicide bombings.

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US backs disputed Honduran President Hernández election

US backs disputed Honduran President Hernández election

Washington endorses one of biggest allies in the region despite protests and fraud claims

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Rajoy warns Catalan leaders not to restart independence campaign

Rajoy warns Catalan leaders not to restart independence campaign

Spanish prime minister dismisses calls for a meeting with ousted leader Carles Puigdemont

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