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Oct 18, 2019

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Employers must submit pay data to feds ... for now

by Meghan McCarty Carino Sep 30, 2019
It's part of a push to close the pay gap for women and minorities.
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Anti-hunger advocates eye latest food insecurity data

by Kimberly Adams Sep 4, 2019
The USDA's report on "Household Food Security in the U.S." uses a variety of measures to gauge whether households are food insecure, such as whether people have had to skip a meal or reduce the size of a meal for…
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Automakers follow California's emissions rules to help reach Obama-era reduction targets

by Scott Tong Aug 22, 2019
Automakers are deciding whether to choose stricter emissions standards set by California, or a regulatory "freeze" proposed by the Trump administration.
Morning commuters travel the 210 freeway between Los Angeles and cities to the east near Pasadena, California.
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California signs deal with 4 automakers to raise gas mileage

by Associated Press Jul 25, 2019
Ford, BMW, Honda and Volkswagen are parties to the deal with the California Air Resources Board, which apparently is designed to pressure the administration and the rest of the auto industry into joining or reaching a compromise.
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Why do foreign countries pay less than the U.S. for prescription drugs?

by Amy Scott Jul 9, 2019
The answer comes down to one key tactic: negotiation.
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The Trump administration restricts U.S. travel to Cuba

by Ben Bradford Jun 5, 2019
The Trump administration has announced new restrictions for travel to Cuba, making a visit to the island challenging, once again.
An old American car passes in front of a cruise docked at Havana's Harbour, on June 5, 2019.
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Will India be Trump's next trade war target?

by Kai Ryssdal and Sean McHenry Jun 4, 2019
Following tariffs on China and Mexico, India's change in trading status change makes it look like a multi-front trade war.
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Three months after the shutdown, some workers still feel its effects

by Maria Hollenhorst Apr 25, 2019
"There's still that insecurity. You want the cash on hand," said government contractor Sunny Blaylock.
Sunny and Seth Blaylock with their two kids, Stella and Tiger.
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Travel ban takes its toll on small businesses

by Nina Roberts Apr 12, 2019
Businesses are struggling with hiring, access to capital and family separation.
Shahab Mothena, co-owner of Amir Deli in Brooklyn, is waiting for his Yemeni wife, currently living in Egypt, to be issued a visa. 
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5 things to know about GDP

by Janet Nguyen Jan 30, 2019
Here's what those numbers reveal — and don't reveal — about the U.S. economy.
New goods are counted in GDP, but goods that are resold are not.
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