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I’m all in with Alexa, but after 43 years, the ATM still isn’t quite right.
A literal interpretation of the Bible is one thing; suiting it to your own whims is another.
Virginia’s Ralph Northam won because he left room for those who have voted for Republicans.
The prime minister’s forced detention in Riyadh raises questions about Saudi leadership.
Young adults work two and three jobs to stay afloat, as a tax plan rolls out that rewards the rich.
The GOP would sell off Arctic land for oil, while crossing fingers on Roy Moore. Neither’s pretty.
Democrats still have work to do to win voters’ confidence, but the voters showed they’re receptive.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a tax code that looked as though it had been designed on purpose?
Progressives need to look up from Donna Brazile’s book and consider what’s ahead.
Once again, Lebanon is the battleground for the rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Forbes dropped Wilbur Ross on its list over a “phantom” $2 billion he claimed but doesn’t exist.
Republicans and Democrats have trouble working with members of their own party.
The World Series-winning team showed the importance of chemistry — and, for economists, wisdom.
With today’s online tools, it’s harder than ever for folks to make good financial decisions.
The Republican candidate for governor embraced Trump’s playbook on race and culture issues.
A cartoonist’s Tarheel mother spoke plainly of the divide between urban and rural dwellers.
Questioning by Rep. Suzan DelBene shows how the breaks favor corporations over indviduals.
They could lose deduction that covers payments for nursing homes, assisted living or hospital care.
The tax proposals would constitute nothing less than a Champagne bath for one Manhattan developer.
Mohammed bin Salman is taking his cue more from China’s Xi than President Trump.