The Senate on Friday night passed a short-term spending bill to fund the government through April after Democrats pulled back from a threat to hold up the bill over a dispute involving health benefits for retired coal miners.
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The Brazilian steakhouse chain gained as its third-quarter results topped expectations.
Both have new retail concepts to attract more online grocery orders.
Despite losing money hand over fist with the Affordable Care Act, health insurers want Republicans to keep two important provisions.
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