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Hundreds of freelance drivers who work for Uber gathered in New Jersey to protest proposed rules that they say would put them out of work.
Many Native American tribes are grappling with the idea of growing marijuana on reservation land.
The Federal Reserve is limiting its ability to deal with a crisis by taking "baby steps" to raise interest rates, Maury Harris tells CNBC.
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Shareholders in Seattle discuss their thoughts on airing out a touchy subject like race while serving up coffee.
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