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The Senate leadership intentionally drafted its health care bill entirely out of public view, Vox reports.
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Paul Ryan wants to move quickly on a sanctions bill on Russia, but procedural issues are holding up the process right now.
Amazon said Tuesday was the most successful Amazon Prime Day ever, and even revealed the most popular product sold during the day.
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Amazon shares once again cross the $1,000 mark after the company reported its third annual Prime Day event was its "biggest sales day ever."
Democrats' new proposal to fix Obamacare includes allocating more funding to help insurance plans cover sickest patients, Vox reports.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen testifies before the House on the state of the economy.
Pershing Square trims its stake in the parent of Burger King and Tim Hortons.
PayPal is at an all-time high, riding on the tails of a new deal with Apple.
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