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Trump Advisers Urge Raising Additional China Tariffs to 25%

Trump Advisers Urge Raising Additional China Tariffs to 25%

Some administration advisers are urging President Trump to raise the stakes with a sharp increase in the level of tariffs proposed for $200 billion in Chinese imports targeted for punitive measures.

Published 2 weeks ago

A Military Credit Union Grows With ‘No Speed Limit’

A Military Credit Union Grows With ‘No Speed Limit’

Pentagon Federal is pushing to grow beyond its military roots, but that strategy is now testing regulatory limits.

Published 2 weeks ago

On the Ballot in Some States: Expand or Limit Access to the Polls?

On the Ballot in Some States: Expand or Limit Access to the Polls?

Voters will get the chance this fall to decide whether to expand or limit access to the polls in a wave of ballot initiatives ahead of the 2020 presidential election.

Published 2 weeks ago

Cheaper Health Plans With Less Coverage Move Forward

Cheaper Health Plans With Less Coverage Move Forward

The Trump administration, in one of its most significant efforts to roll back the Affordable Care Act, has released a rule that will allow for the proliferation of cheaper, less-comprehensive health plans.

Published 2 weeks ago

A Military Credit Union Grows With ‘No Speed Limit’

A Military Credit Union Grows With ‘No Speed Limit’

Pentagon Federal is pushing to grow beyond its military roots, but that strategy is now testing regulatory limits.

Published 2 weeks ago

Cheaper Health Plans With Less Coverage Move Forward

Cheaper Health Plans With Less Coverage Move Forward

The Trump administration, in one of its most significant efforts to roll back the Affordable Care Act, has released a rule that will allow for the proliferation of cheaper, less-comprehensive health plans.

Published 2 weeks ago

Federal Reserve Likely to Keep Rates Steady

Federal Reserve Likely to Keep Rates Steady

Officials are likely to keep interest rates steady at their two-day policy meeting. Debate could center on where to set rates once they’ve lifted them to a more neutral setting.

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Adding Up the Cost of Climate Change in Lost Lives

Adding Up the Cost of Climate Change in Lost Lives

An exhaustive new study focusing only on heat-related damage predicts that by 2099, even with economic growth and adaptation, 1.5 million more people world-wide will die each year because of increased temperatures.

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Judge Temporarily Blocks Distribution of Files for Printing Guns

Judge Temporarily Blocks Distribution of Files for Printing Guns

A federal judge in Washington state issued a temporary restraining order to block blueprints for 3D-printed guns from being distributed online.

Published 2 weeks ago

Companies Warn Currency Swings Will Weigh on Earnings

Companies Warn Currency Swings Will Weigh on Earnings

Multinational companies say billions of dollars in revenue and profit are at risk from recent currency fluctuations triggered by escalating tensions between the U.S. and its trading partners.

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Japanese bond market jolted as traders test BoJ resolve

Japanese bond market jolted as traders test BoJ resolve

10-year yields have biggest jump in two years after central bank introduces bigger range

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Kroger to Launch Grocery Delivery Service

Kroger to Launch Grocery Delivery Service

Kroger is launching a grocery delivery service, its fourth e-commerce offensive in less than three months, as the U.S.’s largest supermarket chain seeks to remain relevant in a fiercely competitive grocery sector.

Published 2 weeks ago

U.S. Remains From Korean War Head Home as Identification Process Gears Up

U.S. Remains From Korean War Head Home as Identification Process Gears Up

The remains of some U.S. troops killed in the 1950-53 Korean War were formally repatriated at a ceremony here and were to be flown to Hawaii for a painstaking identification process that could take months, if not years.

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Former High-Speed Trading Executives Allege ‘Tyrannical Coup’ at Quantlab

Former High-Speed Trading Executives Allege ‘Tyrannical Coup’ at Quantlab

A leadership fight has broken out over one of the world’s most secretive and profitable high-frequency trading firms, pitting a beret-wearing mathematician against a former business partner and a Ukrainian physicist.

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