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[28 Apr 2017 | Comments Off on LendingTree, Ally Look Like Picks | ]

After first-quarter earnings, the two specialty-financial firms should continue to benefit.

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[28 Apr 2017 | Comments Off on Pentagon Investigating Deaths of Soldiers in Afghanistan | ]

The U.S. military is investigating whether two U.S. soldiers who died Wednesday in Afghanistan might have been killed by friendly fire.

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[28 Apr 2017 | Comments Off on Appeals Court Delays Case on Obama EPA Greenhouse Gas Rules | ]

A federal appeals court put on hold a blockbuster case examining the Obama administration’s signature environmental rules limiting greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, a boost for the Trump administration.

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[28 Apr 2017 | Comments Off on Auditors on $2 Billion Mozambique Debt Sales Still Can’t Find All the Money | ]

The forensic audit of $2 billion of Mozambique debt sales has been delayed for the third time, highlighting the difficulty of untangling where the money went.

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[28 Apr 2017 | Comments Off on Peabody Is a Coal Miner That Should Be Yours | ]

The subsequent relisting of the shares provides an excellent buying opportunity.

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[28 Apr 2017 | Comments Off on Gorsuch’s Early Days Hint at an Energetic Role | ]

Justice Neil Gorsuch’s first days on the Supreme Court suggest an energetic yet sometimes hasty assertiveness along with conservative attributes his backers expected.

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[28 Apr 2017 | Comments Off on Congress Passes Stopgap Spending Bill to Avoid Government Shutdown | ]

Congress on Friday approved legislation to extend funding for the federal government by one week, avoiding a partial government shutdown on Saturday.

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[28 Apr 2017 | Comments Off on For Supreme Court, It’s Decision Time | ]

The Supreme Court is in the home stretch of its 2016-17 term, with dozens of cases to decide before the justices leave for summer break.

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[28 Apr 2017 | Comments Off on Prison Officials Resist Push to Curb Solitary Confinement | ]

State lawmakers are facing resistance as they move to curtail the use of solitary confinement in prisons, showing how hard it is to legislate changes in the prison system.

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[28 Apr 2017 | Comments Off on Trump Backers in Phoenix Region Are Fine With His Learning Curve | ]

The economy is strengthening in Arizona, and supporters of President Donald Trump say he has kept important promises, even while they’d like better progress on a health-care overhaul.