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About 30 government workers got paid by mistake Friday — but not for long

As hundreds of thousands of federal workers fretted Friday about how they will pay bills amid the government shutdown, the missed paychecks turned out to be particularly cruel for nearly three dozen employees at one obscure government agency. Their checks slipped right through their hands, or at...

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As high-rises replace traditional single-family homes, the housing market is becoming a lot less nimble in the face of a downturn. 

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Searching for news on RBG? YouTube offered conspiracy theories about the Supreme Court justice instead.

Conspiracy theories about the health of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg have dominated YouTube this week, illustrating how the world’s most popular video site is failing to prevent its algorithm from helping popularize viral hoaxes and misinformation.

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The latest threat from the government shutdown: More robo-calls

Robo-calls from telemarketers, scam artists and debt collectors already assault Americans' phones at all hours of the day -- and the government shutdown threatens to make the problem even worse.

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Every bit helps, but divesting the company’s jet-leasing business would only do so much. Plus, more industrial insights.

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U.S. President Donald Trump says he “absolutely” has the authority to declare a national emergency as a way of achieving his promise to build a wall along the border with Mexico. That’s one way he could try to end the budget standoff that has led to a lengthy government shutdown without...

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Conspiracy theories about the health of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg have dominated YouTube this week, illustrating how the world’s most popular video site is failing to prevent its algorithm from helping popularize viral hoaxes and misinformation.

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New research explains how stereotypes may make it hard for female leaders to use humor in certain situations on the job

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Robo-calls from telemarketers, scam artists and debt collectors already assault Americans' phones at all hours of the day -- and the government shutdown threatens to make the problem even worse.

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Regardless of local laws, scooter riders frequently take refuge from busy streets on crowded walkways. The results, critics say, can be deadly.

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Marlin Steel’s high-tech manufacturing and big-name clietele belie its Baltimore industrial park digs.

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It told SPAC investors it planned to do energy deals. This is how it turned out.

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The Small Business Administration halted its popular loan programs that are used by small and midsize businesses, a major setback to entrepreneurs trying to start or expand their companies.

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A veteran congresswoman has called on Trump to re-start Small Business Administration loans.

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Amazon wants in on the future beyond the home gaming console, according to a new report.

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While most big-budget video games require users to own a gaming console or a computer to run, Amazon’s reported service would live on the tech giant’s cloud network, freeing customers to play elaborate, robust games even on mobile devices.

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Reminder: Most of what you pay for a ‘made in China’ product goes to U.S. workers and businesses

A good may have been assembled in a Chinese factory, but that assembly cost is just a small part of the purchase price. Most of what you spend on something that's ostensibly from China goes to U.S. workers and businesses.

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Despite previous obstacles and setbacks, astronauts, tourists and tiny rockets are poised for liftoff in the new year.

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A possible stake sale could offer some important strategic benefits. The financial uplift may not be quite as pronounced.

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