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Insuring Coastal Cities Against the Next Hurricane Harvey

Insuring Coastal Cities Against the Next Hurricane Harvey

Americans don’t like being forced to buy flood coverage, but it may be the best way to protect the booming economies most at risk.

Published 10 months ago

Analysis: Jobs Report Won’t Alter Immediate Fed Plans, but Doesn’t Solve Inflation Puzzle

Analysis: Jobs Report Won’t Alter Immediate Fed Plans, but Doesn’t Solve Inflation Puzzle

A solid if slightly weaker hiring report for August is unlikely to change the Federal Reserve’s plans to initiate the slow runoff of its $4.5 trillion portfolio of bonds and other assets. But the internals of the report could magnify the debate over how aggressively the central bank should move forward with rate increases.

Published 10 months ago

Senate Push on Bipartisan Health Proposal Signals Deeper Rift Between GOP, Trump

Senate Push on Bipartisan Health Proposal Signals Deeper Rift Between GOP, Trump

A number of Senate Republicans are gathering behind a bipartisan push to shore up the Affordable Care Act, reflecting a growing divide between President Donald Trump and many GOP senators.

Published 10 months ago

Why Alabama Is Even Better Than You Think

Why Alabama Is Even Better Than You Think

The Crimson Tide have won three of college football’s last six national titles. This is how close they were to a six-peat.

Published 10 months ago

U.S. Hiring Slows in August, Unemployment Rate Ticks Up

U.S. Hiring Slows in August, Unemployment Rate Ticks Up

The pace of hiring slowed in August while the U.S. unemployment rate edged up. Nonfarm payrolls rose by 156,000, while the unemployment rate increased to 4.4% from 4.3%. And wages maintained a modest growth rate.

Published 10 months ago

If Trump Ends DACA, Issue Falls to Congress

If Trump Ends DACA, Issue Falls to Congress

If President Trump ends the DACA program, which provides protections and work permits for young people brought to the U.S. illegally as children, will GOP leaders in Congress be willing to give them similar protections?

Published 10 months ago

Gas Prices Jump Amid Storm-Related Refinery Closures

Gas Prices Jump Amid Storm-Related Refinery Closures

Gasoline futures continued to soar as the after-effects of Hurricane Harvey heralded potentially fundamental long-term shifts in global oil and gas markets.

Published 10 months ago

Amazon Seeks to Defend Alexa’s Lead as Competition Heats Up

Amazon Seeks to Defend Alexa’s Lead as Competition Heats Up

Amazon is pouring more resources into Alexa to try to maintain its edge as competition heats up among artificial-intelligence assistants.

Published 10 months ago

U.S. Economy Added 156,000 Jobs in August

U.S. Economy Added 156,000 Jobs in August

U.S. Economy Added 156,000 Jobs in August

Published 10 months ago

Damaged by Harvey? Get a Tax Break While You Can

Damaged by Harvey? Get a Tax Break While You Can

Because most insurance coverage for homeowners excludes flood damage, many victims of the storm will need to take “casualty-loss” write-offs to recoup what they can. Here’s what you need to know.

Published 10 months ago

Kenya Supreme Court Nullifies Election, Calls for New Vote

Kenya Supreme Court Nullifies Election, Calls for New Vote

Kenya’s supreme court on Friday annulled the country’s presidential election results and called for a new poll to be held within 60 days, a surprise ruling that plunged one of Africa’s top economies into a new period of uncertainty.

Published 10 months ago

Americans Are Happier at Work, But Expect a Lot Less

Americans Are Happier at Work, But Expect a Lot Less

For the first time since 2005, more than half of U.S. workers say they’re satisfied with their jobs. But data also suggest Americans have changing views of what makes a job good, after a decade of bruising job cuts, minimal raises and lean staffing.

Published 10 months ago

Harvey Relief Bill Could Help Congress Raise Debt Ceiling

Harvey Relief Bill Could Help Congress Raise Debt Ceiling

Congress needs to raise the debt limit by the end of September or risk default. Widespread support for storm aid could help get it done.

Published 10 months ago

U.S., Mexico Sparring Before Nafta Talks Sets Dim Tone

U.S., Mexico Sparring Before Nafta Talks Sets Dim Tone

The second round of talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement begins here Friday under a dark cloud after both the U.S. and Mexico raised the stakes dramatically in recent days.

Published 10 months ago

China-India Friction Goes Way Beyond Borders

China-India Friction Goes Way Beyond Borders

The two nations may have calmed their border dispute, but as Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping prepare to meet, trade tensions and Chinese development in Pakistan are also testing the relationship.

Published 10 months ago