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Trump launches $34 billion trade war and China 'immediately' fires back
China’s foreign ministry said that tit-for-tat duties on U.S. goods took immediate effect Friday after Washington’s tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods kicked in at 12:01 a.m. ET.
Trump vs. Red Hen restaurant: Eateries in Trump properties also dinged for violations
Some New York, Florida and other restaurants properties of The Trump Organization have been cited for similar or more serious violations than those for the Red Hen, the Virginia eatery that Trump called "filthy" after its owner booted White
Can investment income affect my Social Security benefits? Ask a Fool
Too much income can reduce Social Security benefits, but only certain types of income count.
Population migration patterns: US cities Americans are abandoning
The 50 cities where the most people are moving away from can primarily be found in the Northeast, Midwest, and West Coast, particularly in states like Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, and New York. Among the cities where people are leaving in droves are pla
Could a tsunami of robocalls be heading to our cellphones?
Businesses want to text or call your cellphone without consent, much like they can do with landlines. Watchdogs warn of a tsunami of robocalls and unwanted texts.
Smart speaker maker Sonos files to go public, set to surpass $1B in revenue this year
Sonos, the Santa Barbara, Calif.-based smart speaker company, has filed for an IPO with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
My 91-year-old father is no longer on speaking terms with Amazon's Alexa
The Amazon Echo, a gift to the columnist's 91-year-old dad, was easy to set up. But Alexa couldn't understand his questions. And now they're not speaking, writes columnist Bill Ervolino. You know you're a grouch when even the robots give you the sile
June jobs report: U.S. economy adds 213,000 jobs but unemployment rises to 4%
Employment growth was strong for a second consecutive month as the economy added 213,000 jobs in June despite worker shortages and trade tensions. Economists had expected 195,000 job gains.
Top 4 major cities where it’s cheaper to 'Uber' than to own a car
Owning a car means having the freedom to venture at your own pace… it also means a great deal of expenses, and surprisingly a study found that it might be cheaper to Uber in these major cities than to own a car. Buzz60's Maria Mercedes Galuppo
The SUV revolution in America has a devastating outcome: Pedestrian deaths are skyrocketing
A Detroit Free Press/USA TODAY Network investigation found that the increasing popularity of SUVs is the most likely cause of escalating pedestrian deaths nationwide, which are up 46 percent since 2009.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
Thai students practice meditation in an effort to send regards to the ongoing rescue operations for the child soccer team and their assistant coach, at Maesaiprasitsart school in Mae Sai district, Chiang Rai province, Thailand.
Mom shoots carjacker in the head to save kids inside stolen vehicle
Trump EPA chief Scott Pruitt resigns as ethical scandals mount
US Army begins quietly discharging immigrant recruits on path to citizenship
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