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CNBC
US fails to reassure Europe, Japan over 'Trumponomics'
CNBC
The United States said on Saturday the world's other rich economies were getting used to the policy plans of President Donald Trump, but Europe and Japan showed they remained worried about Washington's shift. Officials from the Group of Seven nations ...

FOX40
Plane in Air Force One Fleet was At Risk of Catching Fire
FOX40
WASHINGTON — Three Boeing mechanics caused $4 million of damage and could have sparked a mid-flight fire while repairing one of the planes in the Air Force One fleet, a federal investigation has found. The oxygen system aboard one of the two VC-25 ...

The Bellingham Herald
EPA settlement could revive controversial Alaska gold mine project
The Bellingham Herald
The Environmental Protection Agency has reached a legal settlement with a Canadian company hoping to build a massive gold, copper and molybdenum mine in Alaska's Bristol Bay watershed, clearing the way for the firm to apply for federal permits.

NPR
Can't Pay Your Student Loans? The Government May Come After Your House
NPR
On Adriene McNally's 49th birthday in January, she heard a knock on the door of her modest row-home in Northeast Philadelphia. She was being served. "They actually paid someone to come out and serve me papers on a Saturday afternoon," she says.

CBS News
Thousands Of Workers Successfully Sue Elon Musk For $4 Million
The Daily Caller
Elon Musk settled a lawsuit with thousands of underpaid and overworked employees at his company SpaceX, agreeing to pay out $4 million, Engadget reported Saturday. Most of the 4,100 employees covered by the class action lawsuit will receive roughly ...

NPR
Chinese Chicken Is Headed To America, But It's Really All About The Beef
NPR
Cooked chicken from birds grown and raised in China soon will be headed to America — in a trade deal that's really about beef. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced Thursday night that the U.S. was greenlighting Chinese chicken imports and getting ...

Variety
Apple's Sapphire Investment Didn't Work - So, Instead, $200 Million To Corning And Gorilla Glass
Forbes
Apple has announced that it is to invest $200 million with Corning for the further development of Gorilla Glass, as used in the iPhone and so on. This is part of their just announced $1 billion fund to invest in American high tech jobs. Colleagues ...

Newsmax
More Price Hikes Likely for Obamacare Insurance Markets
Newsmax
Early moves by insurers suggest that another round of price hikes and limited choices will greet insurance shoppers around the country when they start searching for next year's coverage on the public markets established by the Affordable Care Act ...

Chicago Tribune
Sears Holdings: Cover At Zero
Seeking Alpha
The future of Sears Holdings is under question, as the management doesn't believe that things are going to change for the better. The debt relief is also under question, as the number of Sears assets decreases on an annual basis and solvency issue is ...

Midland Reporter-Telegram
Rising production dampens outlook for oil prices
Midland Reporter-Telegram
Surging production, particularly from the Permian Basin, has wiped out the gains that began in late November 2016 when members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and several non-OPEC countries agreed to cut production in order to ...

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