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North Korea fired a ballistic missile on Wednesday from its east coast into the sea off the Peninsula, South Korea's military said.
The bank CEO, in his annual letter to investors, blames the federal takeover of student lending in 2010 for dramatically increasing defaults.
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Nivea halted a controversial new campaign on Tuesday after it was accused of racial insensitivity. NYT reports.
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The clock began running out this week on Republicans' aggressive use of an obscure law known as the Congressional Review Act.
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Richmond Federal Reserve President Jeffrey Lacker's leak of sensitive information in 2012 could have come about as a consequence of a "mind lapse", according to one of his former colleagues.
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