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Republican Senators are parting ways with their counterparts in the House when it comes to the mortgage interest deduction.
Senate Republican tax writers have finally revealed some of the details from their soon-to-be-released tax reform plan.
At a critical time for Venezuela, the Treasury Department moves against 10 officials after recent elections are deemed a fraud.
Many business leaders are loudly cheering President Trump and the GOP's plan for massive corporate tax cuts. And then there's Howard Schultz.
Saudi Arabia's anti-corruption drive is hurting companies and markets in neighboring United Arab Emirates.
Corrupt practices by Saudi royals and senior officials have cost the kingdom at least $100 billion over decades.
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Rising premiums and deductibles, recent actions by the Trump administration and unceasing political fights over Obamacare threaten the health benefits of millions of older Americans.
Reversing an earlier decision, the University of Notre Dame will continue providing free birth control to students and employees.
If you ask most Americans, finding work isn't that difficult these days. But getting paid enough to get by remains a problem, according to a recent survey by Pew Research.
Millions of small businesses are vital to India's economy and many are still reeling from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's sudden cash ban a year ago.
Doctors at the hospital for a small Kentucky coal mining town have discovered a major health crisis, with a staggering percentage of the population testing positive for Hepatitis C. But curbing this epidemic will mean doing much more than getting patients access to the pricey prescriptions they need for a cure.
Retraining former coal miners and attracting new employers are essential to revitalizing the economy of Hazard, Kentucky, which has been hit by the job losses and the opioid crisis.
The Trump administration will allow states to require able-bodied Medicaid recipients to work for their benefits.
So-called pass-through businesses would still be allowed to deduct state and local taxes in full.
Workers who switch jobs get higher pay increases than employees who stay at their firms, according to new research from ADP.
More than a dozen states run their own Obamacare exchanges. Unlike the Trump administration, they are promoting open enrollment.
Whitefish Energy isn't the only young company to ink a multimillion dollar deal to help restore power in Puerto Rico. Cobra Acquisitions, a one-year-old subsidiary of Oklahoma City-based Mammoth Energy, won a $200 million contract last month.
The Federal Reserve's top three officials -- Janet Yellen, Stanley Fischer and William Dudley -- have either left the central bank recently or are likely to leave soon.
Saudi Arabia's anti-corruption drive is aimed at supporting efforts to break the dependence on oil.