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CFPB Student-Loan Official Quits, Citing Boss’s Enforcement Policy

CFPB Student-Loan Official Quits, Citing Boss’s Enforcement Policy

A top student-loan official at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau resigned and released a letter saying Trump administration officials running the bureau were undermining staff work on enforcement cases.

Published 3 months ago

Loss of John McCain marks power shift among Republicans

Loss of John McCain marks power shift among Republicans

Elder statesman may have foiled Trump administration, but his successors are less critical

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S&P and Nasdaq close at record highs on trade hope

S&P and Nasdaq close at record highs on trade hope

Investors welcome Nafta progress as sign of US pragmatism

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Toyota invests $500m in Uber in driverless car partnership

Toyota invests $500m in Uber in driverless car partnership

Agreement deepens collaboration between the two companies

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Brazil truckers’ strike chaos hits shipping industry

Brazil truckers’ strike chaos hits shipping industry

Confusion at ports at time when exporters should be enjoying a boom

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Trump Orders U.S. Flag to Fly at Half-Staff Until John McCain’s Interment

Trump Orders U.S. Flag to Fly at Half-Staff Until John McCain’s Interment

President Trump reversed course and ordered the U.S. flag flown at half-staff for the rest of the week to mark the passing of Sen. John McCain, after drawing fire from lawmakers and veterans groups.

Published 3 months ago

U.S. to Pay Farmers Up to $4.7 Billion to Offset Trade-Conflict Losses

U.S. to Pay Farmers Up to $4.7 Billion to Offset Trade-Conflict Losses

The Agriculture Department says it will pay U.S. farmers up to $4.7 billion to offset losses due to international trade conflicts.

Published 3 months ago

Judge Issues Injunction Against 3-D Gun Blueprints

Judge Issues Injunction Against 3-D Gun Blueprints

A federal judge in Washington state Monday blocked blueprints for 3-D-printed guns from being shared online by a pro-gun group until the matter is resolved in court.

Published 3 months ago

CFPB Student-Loan Official Quits, Citing Boss’s Enforcement Policy

CFPB Student-Loan Official Quits, Citing Boss’s Enforcement Policy

A top student-loan official at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau resigned and released a letter saying Trump administration officials running the bureau were undermining staff work on enforcement cases.

Published 3 months ago

China Suddenly Has Trouble Building Things

China Suddenly Has Trouble Building Things

Investment in China is flagging just as trade tensions heat up. Infrastructure is the key to turning that around—but that may be trickier than it looks.

Published 3 months ago

Nasdaq Crosses 8000 Threshold for First Time

Nasdaq Crosses 8000 Threshold for First Time

Major U.S. stock indexes crested higher Monday, sending the Nasdaq Composite past the 8000 mark for the first time as trade tensions eased.

Published 3 months ago

Toyota Investing $500 Million in Uber in Driverless Car Pact

Toyota Investing $500 Million in Uber in Driverless Car Pact

Toyota is set to invest about $500 million in Uber as part of an agreement by the two companies to work jointly on driverless-vehicle development.

Published 3 months ago

John McCain’s Death Leaves Foreign-Policy Void

John McCain’s Death Leaves Foreign-Policy Void

John McCain, throughout his career, was a driving force behind the interventionist wing of the Republican Party, a faction that views overseas alliances and troop commitments as a stabilizing force in the world.

Published 3 months ago

‘It’s the Fizz’: How Seltzer Is Upending Coffee and Beer

‘It’s the Fizz’: How Seltzer Is Upending Coffee and Beer

Sparkling water sales are soaring in the U.S. as consumers ditch soda for healthier, more natural beverages. And with that explosion has come a wave of variants: caffeinated and alcoholic versions, sparkling coconut water and coffee, even seltzer laced with cannabis.

Published 3 months ago