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Some parts of Wisconsin and Rhode Island call drinking fountains "bubblers." In New England, a milkshake is often called a "frappe."
Israel reportedly planted tiny surveillance devices near the White House to spy on Donald Trump, but faced no consequences
"It was pretty clear that the Israelis were responsible," one former intelligence official told Politico after the discovery of the devices.
The exemptions announced Wednesday included animal feed ingredients, cancer medication and chemicals.
Separate government reports out in recent days have added to concerns that the American labor market has peaked.
‘Two decades with no progress for the middle class’: New census data shows household income is the same as in 1999
The figures suggested rising inequality has continued to undermine progress during the longest expansion on record.
Yes, these strange laws all exist — but many would be difficult to enforce.
A majority of Americans think a recession will strike in the next year — and they’re blaming Trump’s trade war
Six in 10 Americans say a recession is likely in the next year, according to an ABC News/Washington Post poll released Tuesday.
The IMF estimated uncertainty in the first quarter of 2019 could reduce annual global growth by up to 0.75 percentage points.
An independent central bank is seen as crucial for the health of financial markets and for the economy.
The record 107th month of job gains was unlikely to temper investor hopes that the Federal Reserve would lower interest rates again later this month.