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Trump's campaign appears to be going into a death spiral and is running out of chances to turn things around, Politico's Ben White says.
A SpaceX employee tried to inspect a facility belonging to competitor United Launch Alliance after suspicious images surfaced.
U.S. construction spending fell in August for the second straight month to its lowest level in eight months.
If you want to reduce your 2016 tax bill, most of the available strategies must be deployed before the calendar flips to 2017.
Want Martha Stewart to cater your Thanksgiving dinner? You're in luck, Stewart's famous recipes could arrive at your doorstep this year.
New non-invasive tests are helping doctors better diagnose what stage prostate cancer patients have so they can forgo risky biopsies.
Millennials need to be careful when family and friends offer financial pointers, as times and strategies have changed.
Nearly $1 billion has flowed to Canadian stocks this year as its market surges. The "what if Trump wins" effect? Hardly.
BuzzFeed reports that in the rush to scale its supply chain at the speed of startup, Blue Apron has had issues.
Fallout from Congress's veto override of a bill allowing US citizens to sue Saudi Arabia for damages related to 9/11 is already apparent.
Major automakers reported lower September U.S. sales on Monday despite high consumer discounts, as pickup truck volumes fell for both GM and Ford.
A former Trump International vice president defends her old boss against what critics consider demeaning and sexist comments toward women.
The U.S. tax code gives entrepreneurs a break for taking risks, but in 1995 Donald Trump took the idea to an entirely new level.
On taxes, the two candidates remain far apart. Here are summaries of their proposals.
The Echo and Alexa groups are currently looking to fill 400 positions, according to Amazon's Alexa job page.
One of the data recorders on the NJ Transit train that crashed last week wasn't working, further complicating efforts to figure out what went wrong.
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