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Rule of law is essential for the economy, too

by Kai Ryssdal and Sean McHenry Feb 20, 2020
Trump has come under fire for behavior that allegedly weakens the rule of law. But that concept isn't strictly legal.
Attorney General William Barr participates in a press conference at the Department of Justice on Feb. 10 in Washington, D.C.
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Trump's been in office three years. Is the economy better?

by Nova Safo Jan 20, 2020
A tax cut and a trade war later, the economy seems pretty similar to the one the president inherited.
President Donald Trump takes the oath of office on Jan. 20, 2017, in Washington, D.C.
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1.3 million lower-paid managers to get overtime

by Mitchell Hartman Dec 25, 2019
Salaried management workers who earn less than $35,568/year will be entitled to overtime pay starting Jan. 1, 2020.
Working late? More workers are eligible for overtime in 2020. Above, an office building in Chicago, Illinois.
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New energy secretary is likely to continue in predecessor's path

by Nova Safo Dec 11, 2019
Dan Brouillette served under the previous secretary in a deputy role
U.S. Deputy Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette speaks during a press conference with the German Economy Minister on February 12, 2019 at the Economy Ministry in Berlin.
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Food stamp change could cut 700,000 from SNAP

by Meghan McCarty Carino Dec 5, 2019
Unemployment is at historic lows but some workers still face hurdles to work.
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Trump education official resigns, calls for student loan forgiveness

by Samantha Fields Oct 24, 2019
A. Wayne Johnson's proposal would forgive up to $50,000 in federal student loans per person
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Premiums fall again for ACA health plans

by Meghan McCarty Carino Oct 23, 2019
After years of rising costs, the drop is an indication markets are stabilizing.
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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.
A protester at the "A Day Without A Woman" demonstration on March 8, 2017 in Miami, Florida.
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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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