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12/15/2017: Dancing like nobody’s watching

12/15/2017: Dancing like nobody’s watching

Dec 15, 2017

While Republicans in Congress celebrate the final version of the tax bill, we’re asking: How are they going to pay for this thing? The Washington Post’s Catherine Rampell and Rachel Abrams from The New York Times weigh in on…

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Congress faces a deluge in fixing flood insurance

by Jed Kim Dec 15, 2017
The National Flood Insurance Program is set to expire on Dec. 22, in a year that's seen more than $100 billion in estimated damages.
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RIP AIM, the instant messaging service that shaped our teenage lives

by Reema Khrais Dec 15, 2017
AOL's service primed a generation for the 24-7 social media world we have today.
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Regulatory “Ping-Pong” no game for businesses

by Mitchell Hartman Dec 15, 2017
The Federal Communications Commission voted yesterday to get rid of Obama-era net neutrality rules that were just over two years old. It was a similar story over at the National Labor Relations Board, where some Obama-era rules that unions liked,…

The Trump administration to limit spouse work visas for H-1B immigrants

by Tracey Samuelson Dec 15, 2017
The Department of Homeland Security has announced plans to reverse an Obama administration immigration rule. This one applies to the spouses of H-1B visa holders. The H1-B, you may recall, goes to skilled workers, often in the tech sector. The…

What happens when your designer-in-chief resigns?

by Kai Ryssdal and Shaheen Ainpour Dec 15, 2017
Fashion writer Elizabeth Holmes fills us in on the quick departure of Diane Von Furstenberg's chief creative officer.
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The GOP tax bill could be passed next week

by Kai Ryssdal Dec 15, 2017
Will Republicans be able to count this as a big win?
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While Republicans in Congress celebrate the final version of the tax bill, we’re asking: How are they going to pay for this thing? The Washington Post’s Catherine Rampell and Rachel Abrams from The New York Times weigh in on that and the week’s economic news. Yesterday’s big regulation rollback was net neutrality; today, Homeland Security said it will end an Obama-era regulation that allowed the spouses of H-1B visa holders to legally work in the U.S. Plus, ’90s kids came of age on AIM, AOL’s instant messaging service, and today it’s shutting down forever. Marketplace’s Reema Khrais tells AIM’s origin story and logs off one last time.   

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