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[25 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on Appeals Court Allows Parts of Texas Sanctuary Cities Law | ]

A federal appeals court has ruled that parts of Texas’ blocked immigration enforcement law can be implemented until a lawsuit challenging it is decided in court.

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[25 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on Hurricane Maria Damage Estimate: As Much as $85 Billion in Insured Losses | ]

Hurricane Maria caused an estimated $40 billion to $85 billion in insured losses, mostly in Puerto Rico, catastrophe-modeling firm AIR Worldwide said Monday.

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[25 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on Brexit Conundrum: What To Do With Thousands of Derivatives Contracts | ]

The Bank of England said the U.K. and the EU need to reach an agreement to protect the validity of trillions of dollars’ worth of derivatives contracts post-Brexit.

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[25 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on Trump, NFL Trade Barbs as Clash Over Protests Continues | ]

President Donald Trump and the NFL on Monday intensified their criticisms of one another, deepening a divide over player protests.

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[25 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on Transports Resurgence Bodes Well for the Market | ]

The Dow transports approach new highs as the stock rally broadens yet again. What to watch out for.

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[25 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on Getting Ready for Gilead’s CAR-T | ]

A majority of hematologists/oncologists are familiar with the cancer therapy and plan to use it for certain patients.

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[25 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on Violent Crime, Homicide Rates Rose in 2016 for Second Straight Year | ]

Violent crime and homicide rates rose in the U.S. in 2016 for the second consecutive year, driven in part by a spike in murders in large cities, according to national data released by the FBI.

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[25 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on New Trump Travel Ban Scrambles Legal Fight | ]

President Donald Trump’s new travel ban scrambled a legal fight two weeks before a now-canceled Supreme Court argument, and stirred concerns about unintended consequences for U.S. foreign policy.

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[25 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on New Brexit Talks Raise Hopes But EU-U.K. Money Divisions Remain | ]

British and EU negotiators were set to kick off a new round of Brexit talks, with European officials saying there were hopes for progress after being encouraged by a closely watched speech by U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May last week.

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[25 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on U.S. Dismisses North Korea’s Talk of War | ]

North Korea’s foreign minister warned his country would shoot down American warplanes even if they are outside of the country’s airspace, in an escalation Monday of the threat of a military confrontation.