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Clinton Proposes Tax Break for Caregivers

By Catherine Lucey | Nov 23
Pledging to invest in the "caring economy," Hillary Rodham Clinton proposed a new tax break Sunday for people caring for aging parents and grandparents.

To Avoid Higher Health Law Premiums, Switch Plans

By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | Nov 22
In a well-known auto insurance commercial, a garrulous gecko promises you can save 15 percent if you switch insurers. It turns out something roughly similar is happening with the Obama administration's health insurance overhaul.

Newly Released Docs Show Pharma Bro's Company Lost $14M

Nov 19
The controversial CEO of Turning Pharmaceuticals released his company's third quarter finical reports, which show a loss of nearly $15 million.

New Ideas to Tackle Syria Refugee Crisis: Investing, Not Aid

By Karin Laub | Nov 18
Bold new ideas for helping Syrian refugees and their overburdened Middle Eastern host countries are gaining traction among international donors, shocked into action by this year's migration of hundreds of thousands of desperate Syrians to Europe.

Cleveland to Begin Refunding Players for 'Jock Tax'

Nov 18
A court ruling that Cleveland's so-called "jock tax" violates players' due process rights could end up costing the city millions in tax refunds.

Obama's G-20 Meetings Take on New Urgency After Paris Attack

By Julie Pace | Nov 17
President Barack Obama's talks with world leaders in Turkey this week have taken on new urgency following a series of horrific attacks in Paris carried out by the Islamic State group, sparking global anxiety about the militant group's reach.

Fear Not: You'll Get Your Thanksgiving Turkey, Pumpkin Pie

By Steve Karnowski | Nov 17
Bird flu took a bite out of the turkey supply. Heavy rain washed out the pumpkin crop. Yet Thanksgiving groceries likely won't cost Americans much more than last year.

Driven by Protests, US Minimum Wage Vaults Onto Agenda

By Christopher S. Rugaber | Nov 16
The first question in Tuesday's GOP presidential debate - whether the minimum wage should go to $15 an hour - was the starkest evidence yet that U.S. workers have managed to thrust the issue of pay onto the presidential campaign agenda.

Boats Sit Idle as Algae Threatens Dungeness Crab Season

By Phuong Le | Nov 15
San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf typically bustles this time of year as workers prepare to haul millions of pounds of Dungeness crab that are a tradition at Thanksgiving and other holiday meals.

Private Library of Hebrew Writings to be Sold

By Verena Dobnik | Nov 15
Sotheby's is offering what experts consider the world's most important private library of Hebrew books and manuscripts, collected by a London diamond dealer.

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