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May 23, 2017
Ask Brianna: Should I pick my first job based on my debt?
"Ask Brianna" is a column from NerdWallet for 20-somethings or anyone else starting out. I'm here to help you manage your ...
May 08, 2017
New Hamas chief tours native Gaza, highlights power shift
The newly elected leader of Hamas paid tribute in Gaza on Monday to Palestinian prisoners being held in Israel, his first ...
May 05, 2017
House overwhelmingly backs new sanctions against North Korea
Determined to exert greater economic pressure on North Korea, the Republican-led House on Thursday overwhelmingly voted to ...
May 03, 2017
Survey: US businesses added solid 177,000 jobs in April
U.S. businesses added 177,000 jobs last month, a private survey found, a solid gain that suggests the economy is still ...
April 28, 2017
Court: Employers can pay women less based on past salaries
Employers can legally pay women less than men for the same work based on differences in the workers' previous salaries, a ...
April 27, 2017
As Trump calls for wall, a look at the world's barriers
As President Donald Trump marks 100 days in office, he is vowing to keep his campaign promise to build a wall along the ...
April 26, 2017
Hamas in Gaza says it won't be cowed by Abbas' threats
Gaza's ruling Hamas will not be cowed by threatened funding cuts, a senior leader said Wednesday, signaling escalating ...
April 23, 2017
Saudis reinstate public sector perks after 7-month cutback
Saudi Arabia's King Salman has issued a decree reinstating public sector perks after a drop in oil prices forced the kingdom ...
April 21, 2017
Some blame staffing for Nebraska prison's violence problem
A Nebraska prison with a history of deadly riots saw another outbreak of violence this week, sparking new criticism from ...
April 19, 2017
Haiti aims to revive military as end of UN mission looms
Their heads held high and chests puffed out, a group of nearly 100 Haitian men in camouflage fatigues do jumping jacks or ...
April 17, 2017
Federal tax bill hits hardest in District of Columbia
As Tax Day approaches, show some love for the good people who live in the nation's capital. Washington, that swampy den of ...
April 07, 2017
5 things to watch for in Friday's US jobs report for March
Can the U.S. economy deliver a third straight month of robust job growth? The year began with a burst of hiring — 238,000 ...
April 06, 2017
Ethics panel sends Alabama governor's case to prosecutors
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley could face criminal prosecution after a state ethics panel found probable cause that he broke ...
April 05, 2017
Palestinian government slashes salaries for Gaza employees
The cash-strapped Palestinian Authority on Wednesday said it was slashing by nearly one third the salaries of tens of ...
March 31, 2017
Former Penn State assistant gets $1.7M in whistleblower fees
A former Penn State assistant coach will be getting his legal fees paid after winning a whistleblower claim over his ...
March 27, 2017
How AP tallied the cost of North Carolina's "bathroom bill"
The Associated Press used dozens of interviews and multiple public records requests to determine that North Carolina's ...
March 23, 2017
At 93 years old, Zimbabwe's Mugabe remains a jet-setter
Zimbabwe's 93-year-old leader might be slowing down, but his busy foreign travels have led the opposition to call him the ...
March 20, 2017
Airlines expect 4 percent rise in passengers this spring
Coming off another highly profitable year in 2016, U.S. airlines expect traffic this spring to increase 4 percent over last ...
March 14, 2017
Kenya's public doctors to end 100-day strike that saw deaths
Thousands of doctors at Kenya's public hospitals have agreed to end a 100-day strike that saw people dying from lack of care, ...
March 10, 2017
Illinois official's salary listing removed from health fund
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner's office has filed paperwork to ensure a new deputy governor isn't paid from an insurance fund ...