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U.S. stocks opened mixed Wednesday as investors digested the start of the United Kingdom's divorce from the European Union.
A rural and urban divide, along with racial differences, were also evident in a new report on drug overdoses, USA Today reports.
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One ECB source said the bank has been overinterpreted by markets at its March 9 meeting.
One of the Federal Reserve's most consistent supporters of low interest rates said he supports further rate hikes this year.
New iPad Pro models should be released in the next month or two.
Microsoft's Windows 10 Creator's Update will be available on April 11. It's going right after Apple, but will it succeed in converting Mac users?
Trump's order rolling back energy regulations is unlikely to spawn a surge of jobs or a quick reduction of fuel prices, USA Today reports.
Britain's former Deputy Prime Minister argued there was "absolutely no way" the U.K. could secure a deal with the EU in two-year talks.
Britain’s economy has been significantly shaped by membership in the EU, its main trading partner, NYT reports.
Gone are the days when stern Republicans imposed fiscal discipline.
A government watchdog will examine the taxpayer-funded travel costs when President Donald Trump travels to the Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.
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