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The recipients range from large national organizations such as the American Red Cross to smaller groups such as Portlight Inclusive Disaster Strategies.
President Donald Trump made the case for tax reform Wednesday in North Dakota.
Yale economics professor Robert Shiller explains his theory on why cryptocurrency bitcoin's popularity is a bubble.
Deere is acquiring Blue River Technology, a start-up that does precision spraying of crops with robots that affix to tractors.
The manufacturing council never met after it was formed and was a subterfuge to try to get rid of regulations, Richard Trumka said.
Too much money has poured into digital health in recent years, but there will still be positive outcomes.
Most Asian markets closed higher, following Wall Street's lead, on positive political headlines out of Washington.
"Constraints create creativity."
FDA is moving ahead with its digital health action plan.
San Francisco residents will vote next year on whether flavored tobacco products can be sold in the city.
Just a week after Harvey devastated parts of Texas, another deadly storm is heading toward Florida.
Ash Munshi, CEO of cloud computing startup Pepperdata and former CTO of Yahoo, says Silicon Valley immigrants bring "hunger" and "flexibility"
Anthem has announced plans to sharply reduce its Obamacare business in nine of the 14 states where it sells such coverage.
Puerto Rico's main electricity company says parts of the island could be without power for as long as six months.
Stocks, bonds and gold are all rising very nicely in 2017 year to date.
Hurricane Irma, possibly the most forceful Atlantic storm in a century, was heading for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands Tuesday.
Nelson Peltz released a 93-page white paper on Wednesday describing his plans to shake up the consumer product giant.
Mark Zuckerberg hosted three DACA recipients at his home to press Congress for a law that protects such immigrants brought to the U.S. as children.
Private jet companies are seeing a surge in demand from wealthy Florida residents scrambling to leave before Hurricane Irma.
An internal Facebook investigation has found it is "likely" Russian operatives spent $100,000 on ads with "divisive messages".