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The US has the 4th-lowest tax rates in the world following last year’s GOP cuts

In the 12 months after the law took effect in January 2018, tax revenues declined even as economic growth picked up.

Trump’s favorite trade-war scorecard posts its best figure in 17 months — but data shows overall growth is slowing

The trade balance is driven by a variety of factors, including how much a country borrows from abroad and foreign exchange rates.

Hundreds of thousands of Americans to lose food stamps under new Trump administration policy

As part of a broader Trump initiative to limit access to SNAP, the move came alongside proposals to shift its eligibility formula.
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A Republican legal expert says even his goldendoodle Luna is mad about impeachment, so we shouldn’t pursue it

Jonathan Turle, appeared in front of the Judiciary Committee as part of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
Ranking member Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) arrives prior to the start of a House Judiciary Committee hearing on the impeachment Inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., December 4, 2019.

Republicans are once again using massive signs to defend Trump during an impeachment hearing, this time using Democrats’ own words

During Wednesday's impeachment inquiry hearing, Republicans displayed quotes from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Rep. Al Green, and Rep. Jerry Nadler.

The US private sector grew at 2nd-weakest pace since 2010 in November

The report could renew concerns that the labor market is running out of steam, particularly as a global trade dispute continues to escalate.

Wine, cheese, makeup, and handbags: Here are all of the French products the Trump administration could hit with tariffs of up to 100%

The steep tariffs would cover household products ranging from French food and alcohol to luxury items.

Cory Booker is demanding insurance companies provide information on medical algorithms that steer black patients away from getting higher-quality care...

Business Insider Intelligence predicts that spending on healthcare AI is projected to grow 48% between 2017 and 2023.

Trump plans to move forward with more China tariffs this month, report says

Previous reports indicated further tariffs could be delayed as part of a broader trade agreement the US and China announced in October.

Chicago’s mayor fired the city’s police chief for ‘intolerable actions’ after a mysterious series of events, saying it wouldn&...

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot fired the city's police superintendent, Eddie Johnson, on Monday over "intolerable actions" and "ethical lapses."