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Looking forward to an even larger refund from Uncle Sam? You might get it in 2019 — but that's not necessarily what you want.

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Right after a major stock market selloff is probably the last time you want to submit to a financial health checkup. But if you're planning on retiring at any point, it's a smart move. Where you are on your retirement timeline could alter…

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Amazon stands to benefit from Thursday's Supreme Court ruling that will allow states to collect more sales tax from online retailers.

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<p>U.S. states could reap billions in online sales tax revenue and buttress their budgets after the nation's top court ruled Thursday that e-commerce companies could be required to collect the money, even if they have no physical presence in a state.</p>

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The American dream continues to fade for many people. Housing affordability dropped this quarter to the lowest since late 2008, according to data released this month by the National Association of Realtors.

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A look at the private contractors, some of them ex-military, that have been awarded millions in federal contracts to run detention centers and build tent cities for migrants.

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Looking forward to an even larger refund from Uncle Sam? You might get it in 2019 — but that's not necessarily what you want.

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<p></p><p>Stocks fell on Thursday as fears of an impending trade war between the U.S. and China dragged investor sentiment lower.</p>

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<p>Intel Corp on Thursday said Chief Executive Officer Brian Krzanich has resigned, effective immediately, after a probe revealed that a past consensual relationship with an Intel employee violated company policy.</p>

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De-facto OPEC leader Saudi Arabia is pushing for the 14-member oil cartel to increase crude production by 1 million barrels per day (bpd) this week.

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Retiring baby boomers are reshaping the U.S. into a country with fewer workers to support the elderly—a shift that will add to strains on Social Security and sharpen the debate on the role of immigration in the workforce.

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<p>Washington is ignoring a 2,500-year-old lesson: Pay attention to the economics of conflict.</p>

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A small biotechnology company may be the first to offer dying patients unproven drugs under a new U.S. law called Right to Try that deregulated access to such experimental treatments.

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What’s the size of your portfolio?

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The world’s biggest waste importer is no longer buying. So where’s all that trash going to go?

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