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Republicans are getting the cold shoulder as they ramp up the pressure on Democrats to support tax reform.
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AOL's instant messenger announced Friday it's shutting down Dec. 15. It thanked its "buddies" in a tweet for helping to make chat history.
The company also plans to pare back children's programming and shift away from so-called hipster shows, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Sears has borrowed $100 million from affiliates of Eddie Lampert's hedge fund, ESL Investments, according to an 8-K filing with the SEC.
U.S. wholesale inventories were expected to rise by 1 percent in August.
The Treasury issued a report that laid out guidelines for loosening regulation in order to encourage growth of U.S. capital markets.
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U.S. stocks closed mostly lower on Friday after data showed the labor market experienced its first contraction in seven years.
After the New York Times' investigation on Harvey Weinstein, Hollywood reacted with disgust but not surprise, USA Today reports.
Economists surveyed by Reuters expected payroll growth of 90,000 in September, versus the initially reported 156,000 in August.
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Despite ISIS setbacks in Iraq and Syria, the terror group remains "an enormous threat," the CIA chief said Thursday.
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