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Drivers beware. Current and former Illinois residents are complaining that local counties have resorted to hiring a collection agency to harass them over unpaid parking and traffic tickets from as far back as

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That former California Attorney General Kamala Harris is surging in the Democratic presidential polls tells us one not very surprising thing: Democrats are situational when it comes to concerns

The Senate Armed Services Committee approved the nomination of Mark Esper to be the new U.S. Secretary of Defense on Thursday.Until he was nominated, Esper had been serving

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Who knew Rand Paul could be such an effective negotator. One day after the Republican senator and son of Ron Paul

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Submitted by Nicholas Colas of DataTrek US recessions are like epidemics: they all begin somewhere, and the “tell” is state-level unemployment

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An entrepreneur doesn’t start a business already knowing everything there is to know about operating it. From planning to execution,

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Free Wi-Fi is irresistible for many travelers but it carries risks. The Portland, Oregon office of the FBI earlier this

As part of its tribute to Apollo 11, Google is using moonlight to dramatically showcase Margaret Hamilton, a pioneer whose

Schumer sent a letter on Wednesday to FBI Director Christopher Wray and FTC Chairman Joseph Simons saying he was concerned

The industrial conglomerate has decided to separate itself into three independent companies, breaking apart one of America’s last industrial conglomerates.

The tech giant’s exclusive market for selling iPhone apps came under fire at the Supreme Court, as justices considered whether