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We take a look at the Republican Party's flip-flop on debt.
Here is a look at what people in China are buying to mark the Year of the Dog.
Venezuelan government will begin pre-selling a cryptocurrency today, called the "petro."
We check in with small business owners about changes they've seen with Trump as president.
Oath is uniting AOL and Yahoo, but can it compete with today's online giants?
Those little digital images are growing and changing how we communicate. You best believe someone's cashing in.
The CEO of Oath talks about the combination of AOL and Yahoo.
Warby Parker plans to have nearly 100 brick-and-mortar stores by the end of the year.
Single-family ground-breaking was strong, but construction of multi-family units was even stronger.
Thirteen presidents have libraries built in their names.
About half of U.S. states are issuing driver licenses that comply with the Real ID Act.
In the U.S., on average, women earn 80 cents for every dollar men make make, according to the Department of Labor.
Ethics Be Damned: More than half of Trump's 20-person Cabinet has engaged in questionable or unethical conduct
Ethics experts are alarmed at the drumbeat of revelations about travel, business holdings and investments, warning that public trust and reliable government are at risk. A former ethics official asks: "If the boss doesn't care, why should you, then?"
They argue that an executive order ending their temporary protected status could hurt the state’s economy.
A new study says they help employee retention, but not employee health.
The gown, with its graphic print, shows the former first lady's "intelligence, her realness," says Michelle Smith.
How cable networks are cashing in on diverse audiences.
We have short-term focus but a long-term problem.
Olympic athletes are now free to dance to music with lyrics, but it's not free.