What's happening at the IRS during the shutdown
The U.S. government is closed. And if it doesn't reopen by Monday, Americans expecting refunds or waiting to hear back from the IRS on an existing audit or other tax matter may be out of luck.
USAA offers military members no-interest loans during the shutdown
If the government shutdown lasts more than a few days, some federal employees will not get paid on time even though they have to keep working. This includes members of the armed services.
Toronto is having a big tech moment
After promising to search North America for the perfect home for its next headquarters, Amazon has narrowed its list to 20 cities ? 19 of which are in the United States. The one exception? Toronto.
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Amazon has narrowed down its hunt for a second home to 20 locations. And the chosen city is likely to get an economic jolt -- particularly to its housing market.
8 ways Trump hurt Obamacare in his first year
Within hours of being sworn in last year, President Trump signed an executive order aimed at minimizing Obamacare's financial burden on the nation. It was his first attempt to dismantle his predecessor's landmark health reform law.
CNN boss Jeff Zucker may be in mix for ESPN job
Is there a chance Jeff Zucker could jump from one iconic media brand, CNN, to another, ESPN?
InTouch's Stormy Daniels interview: The rare unflattering tabloid story for President Trump
When In Touch Weekly published an interview this week with a porn actress who claimed to have had a sexual relationship with Donald Trump, it created another firestorm for the White House to put out.
Twitter to tell 677,775 people they interacted with Kremlin-linked trolls
Twitter will inform nearly 700,000 people in the U.S. that they either followed a Kremlin-linked troll account, or retweeted or liked a tweet sent by one of the accounts, the social media company said Friday.
Carillion: The signals that the company was going bust
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Donald Trump and the US economy in six charts
How has US growth, jobs, stocks and trade fared in the first year of Donald Trump's presidency?
Fed official appointed by Trump lays out plan for easing bank rules
The Federal Reserve's regulatory czar laid out his plans Friday to relax regulations on Wall Street banks.
Hyperloop: A visit to the test site of Virgin's train of the future
Can a futuristic tube-based transport scheme that shoots pods through a vacuum become a reality?
Facebook to rank news outlets by trustworthiness
Facebook wants to make sure its users aren't duped by stories from untrustworthy news publications. So it's asking users which news publications they trust.
Dixons Carphone boss leaves for Boots
The head of the electronics retailer is switching to the cosmetics and chemist chain in a major move.
Tide Pods: P&G's big innovation gone wrong
People keep eating one of Procter & Gamble's most successful innovations in years: Tide Pods.
Donald Trump Jr. to host Trump Tower buyers from India
Buyers who sign up early for new Trump-branded apartments in India are being given the chance to meet with Donald Trump Jr.
Delta flies 250,000 service animals a year. Now the rules are changing
Boarding a Delta flight with your service pooch is about to get tougher.
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Thousands of the world's richest and most powerful people are preparing for a pilgrimage to Davos.
This was GE's worst week since the Great Recession
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Rep. Meehan loses House ethics seat over sexual harassment claim
House Speaker Paul Ryan removed Republican Rep. Patrick Meehan from the ethics committee and ordered an investigation over a sexual harassment settlement.