U.S. stock indexes slipped on Thursday as investors braced for a third interest rate hike this year and the United States ordered new sanctions against North Korea. The S&P and the Dow snapped a run of
Even Wall Street's biggest cheerleader is tired of the White House's Goldman guys and their tax 'plan'
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How will we feed the 9 billion people that will live on this planet in a few decades? Will we have enough water for all these people to drink? Will there be sufficient water to grow the food we will eat,
IMF says sharing oil wealth through government jobs and lavish subsidies no longer sustainable for MENA oil exporters DUBAI—The sharing of oil wealth through government jobs and lavish subsidies is no
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If, like many people, you stumble out of college in your early 20s, unsure of what to do next, you can be forgiven for needing a few years to get your bearings. The transition from school to work (or work),
Picture the last time you had an important decision to make. When did you make it? At night? In the morning? Midday? Is there a best time to make important decisions? What if you are a night owl? A morning
Author of groundbreaking study of school meals’ impact on class achievement said proposed cuts to programs reflects ‘lack of knowledge or … dishonesty’ The author of a groundbreaking 1988 study demonstrating
Michael Mulvaney, the US’s new director of the Office of Management and Budget, presented a stark argument for the slashing of programs that feed poor elderly and students in President Donald J. Trump’s
President Trump won big in these places. Now he wants to eliminate 3 agencies dedicated to helping them.
In rural Appalachia, people are so poor that there is a federal program dedicated to lifting them out of poverty. Through the Appalachian Regional Commission, the government pitches in on projects that