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Lockheed Martin is the top-grossing defense firm in the world with $37 billion coming directly from the United States government. Here's why Lockheed Martin gets billions from American taxpayers each year.
Germany's health-care system spends nearly half as much as the United States per person but still manages to cover 100% of its population. Here's how.
The bail bond industry rakes in an estimated $2 billion per year, mostly by charging a fee to defendants for laying out their bail funds
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