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Donald Trump will likely adjust to the views of the Republican Party if he is elected president, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tells CNBC.
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Nearly half of all poor Texans still lack health insurance despite coverage gains in other segments of the population since the fall of 2013.
Bert Jacobs, co-founder of Life is Good, reveals how optimism changed the course of his once-struggling business.
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