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A Doctor's Problem With Our Health Insurance System

One of the best doctors in Manhattan, my doctor, has written to me about a problem that has touched all of our lives in one way or another--but in his family, it has hit hard in a very deep and profoundly painful way. 

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Free Android Apps Secretly Help Track You

Cyber security researchers in France have discovered that certain Android applications not only help secretly track your every move, but they potentially give your information to hundreds of thousands of other websites.

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The Brexit Fix: Add the UK to NAFTA

Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan supports a free trade deal with the United Kingdom after it has separated from the European Union. This should indeed be a priority for the U.S.

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The Brexit Fix: Add the UK to NAFTA

Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan supports a free trade deal with the United Kingdom after it has separated from the European Union. This should indeed be a priority for the U.S.

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20 Surprising Facts About the U.S. Economy

These 20 facts about the U.S. economy may leave you shaking your head. They were uncovered by FOX News researchers Mitchell S. Kweit, Steven Joachim, Mark Rigby, Bryan Murphy and Mark Bentley and obtained from government agencies that include the U.S. Treasury Dept., U.S. Census Bureau, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Social Security Administration, Congressional Research Service and the Federal Reserve.

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A New Book That Will Make You Sound Smart

Book review: Ever feel like a fish out of water at an office cocktail party when discussing the economy, or when someone brings up the gold standard? Thanks to Imogen Lloyd Webber, there’s now a new book that will rescue you from such awkward situations.

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A New Book That Will Make You Sound Smart

Book review: Ever feel like a fish out of water at an office cocktail party when discussing the economy, or when someone brings up the gold standard? Thanks to Imogen Lloyd Webber, there’s now a new book that will rescue you from such awkward situations.

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Attn Taxpayers: Post Office Workers Paid for Doing Nothing

Even though the U.S. Post Office has lost more than $50 billion in the last nine years, an odd deal cut between the U.S. Postal Service and its government union has resulted in millions of tax dollars spent on post office workers who get paid for doing nothing.