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Workers would get money and voting power under this radical profit-sharing idea

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Things are changing at Apple, but the iPhone hype formula stays the same

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Facebook says ‘tens of thousands’ of apps suspended over privacy issues

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Biden: Trump ‘deserves’ to be investigated over Ukraine call

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For Behati Prinsloo, Africa’s Animals Beckon

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg reveals why she didn’t retire when Obama could nominate her successor

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Early retirement sounds amazing, but it can take a toll on your mental health

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Yes, millennials actually can save for retirement. Here’s how

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Maria Bartiromo talks artificial intelligence, the dot-com crash and why she’ll never retire

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These 16 money wasters are why so many Americans can’t save for retirement

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This couple is one year away from having enough money to retire early — here’s what they did

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Retirement: Why FIRE when you can do this instead?

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These are the bad things about early retirement that no one talks about

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You’re fooling yourself if you think you can retire early with kids

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New Mexico’s free-college plan could be a game-changer for student debt in America

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More Americans are worried about a recession now than right before the last one

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This long and silky tequila was 99,000 hours in the making

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3 things NOT to do with your savings now that the Fed has cut interest rates

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Nearly half of the U.S.’s homeless people live in one state: California

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Sugarfina Sues to Get Back Candy Held at NY Warehouse

Sugarfina sued GLJ, also known as Midnitesnax, and MJC Confections, also doing business as the Hampton Popcorn Company, for allegedly holding its sweets as collateral for missed payments.

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Trump, Scrutinized Over Interaction With Ukraine, Still Calls for Biden Probe

President Trump pressed on with calls for an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden after The Wall Street Journal reported that Mr. Trump repeatedly pressured his Ukrainian counterpart to undertake such a probe.

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Timeline of Trump-Ukraine-Bidens Story

Events leading up to President Trump’s call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky in July.

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Hong Kong Unrest Persists With Violence Between Protesters, Police

Protesters threw petrol bombs and police fired tear gas and made several arrests during a march in Hong Kong, presenting a big challenge to the city’s leaders ahead of China’s upcoming 70th anniversary.

Students Take to the Streets for Day of Action on Climate Change

Hundreds of thousands of students led a wave of rallies around the world to pressure governments to commit to tougher measures against climate change at the United Nations next week.

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Democratic Opponents Search for Plan Against Elizabeth Warren

Elizabeth Warren is building a broad coalition of Democratic voters, and her rivals are taking notice. But so far, they are still testing out ways to undercut her appeal.

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Three Market Shocks and Investors Say ‘No Problem’

Remarkable disruptions in overnight borrowing, the oil market and a major rotation in the stock market have barely made ripples.

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Trump Repeatedly Pressed Ukraine to Probe Biden’s Son

President Trump in a July phone call repeatedly pressured the president of Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden’s son, urging Volodymyr Zelensky about eight times to work with Rudy Giuliani on a probe that could hamper Mr. Tru...

Architect of Labour’s Leftward Shift Wants to Recast Britain’s Economy

John McDonnell, a close ally of party leader Jeremy Corbyn, seeks to become the U.K.’s first avowedly socialist finance minister in half a century, pushing higher taxes on the rich and renationalized railways and utilities.

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WeWork Is a Headache for SoftBank

Will We go public this year or not? The question matters for technology giant SoftBank as well as WeWork’s embattled parent company.

Muni-Bond Investors Embrace Higher-Risk

Investors are buying hundreds of millions of dollars of debt issues from unrated and below-investment-grade municipal borrowers, a shift in a corner of the bond market commonly considered almost as safe as Treasurys.

U.S. Sanctions Iran’s Central Bank, Says It Will Send Military Forces to Saudi Arabia

The U.S. said it would send military forces and hardware to Gulf allies and moved to sever some of Iran’s last ties to world markets on Friday, while preparing to outline a case for international action next week when worl...

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Rare Egyptian Protests See Dozens Arrested

Egyptian authorities made dozens of arrests after hundreds of people took to the streets of Cairo and other cities overnight in the first significant antigovernment protests in years.

School-Choice Expert Has Unique Take on Brooklyn District’s New Admissions System

Neil Dorosin, who helped create New York City’s complex system for matching students to public high schools, wrestled with a choice when his 10-year-old daughter needed a middle school seat this fall.

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High-Profile Cases Spark New Debate Over Felony-Murder Prosecutions

Recent cases, including one involving a pregnant Alabama woman, have renewed criticism of a legal principle that allows murder charges to be filed when someone is killed during the commission of a felony, regardless of whe...

Getting Through to Your Teen About the Dangers of Vaping

As vaping-related illnesses and deaths mount, it’s even more important for parents to talk with their kids. Here’s how to have an effective conversation.

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Five Things to Know About the Emmys

Another farewell to ‘Game of Thrones’ and a close race in comedy are among things to watch for in Sunday’s awards show for television

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Uber, Lyft Drivers Torn as California Law Could Reclassify Them

Some gig-economy workers who drive for Uber and Lyft see downsides ahead with California’s new law that might label them as employees instead of independent contractors.

An Altar to Learning at Temple

The university’s new Charles Library, designed by Snøhetta, is a joyously extroverted building that embraces its neighborhood, exploits the social energy of the community and celebrates the quest for knowledge.

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What Matters This Week in the 2020 Race

Early this week, Sen. Elizabeth Warren held a rally in New York, a state that is nearly impossible for Democrats to lose. On the same day, President Trump held a rally in New Mexico, a state that will be hard for Republica...