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  • FILE PHOTO: The U.S. Capitol Building is lit at sunset in Washington, U.S., December 20, 2016. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

    No Talk of Ousting Speaker Ryan, Key Conservative Says

    By Reuters

    Many Republicans are unhappy with the deal President Donald Trump reached last week with Democratic leaders to raise the government's debt ceiling and allow it to continue financing federal spending...

  • FILE PHOTO: The U.S. Capitol Building is lit at sunset in Washington, U.S., December 20, 2016.  REUTERS/Joshua Roberts/File Photo

    Congress sends Trump disaster aid, debt limit increase

    By Richard Cowan and Amanda Becker, Reuters

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives approved a bill to provide disaster aid, extend the debt ceiling and fund the federal government for three months on Friday, delivering on...

  • The massive Big John dragline works to reshape the rocky landscape in some of the last sections to be mined for coal at the Hobet site in Boone County

    Why US Coal Producers Are Having a Very Good Year

    By Tom DiChristopher, CNBC

    U.S. coal exports are rising this year, giving the fossil-fuel friendly Trump administration reason to cheer, but analysts believe the good times won't last. The surge in exports doesn't herald a...

  • OK Google, Here’s Why Men and Women Are Not the Same

    Men and women are different. I probably won’t lose my job for saying that, but Google engineer James Damore did. The Google fracas is not just about free speech; it is about the ability of the...

  • Intel CEO shakes up units, creates 'new devices' group

    Multiple CEOs Have Now Quit Trump's Manufacturing Council

    By Michael Erman, Reuters

    The chief executives of Intel Corp, Merck & Co Inc and Under Armour Inc resigned from U.S. President Donald Trump's American Manufacturing Council on Monday, following Trump's initially tepid...

  • 11. Independence Day: Resurgence (June 24, 20th Century Fox)

    Want to Protect Earth From Aliens? NASA Is Hiring

    By Dave Mosher, Business Insider

    US government scientists work hard to protect the public. Some study infectious diseases and effective treatments. Others ensure that drugs, food, vehicles, or consumer products live up to their...

  • A foreclosure sale sign sits in front of a house in Miami Beach

    Is the Housing Bubble Back? These Four US Cities Are in the Danger Zone

    By Diana Olick, CNBC

    Home price gains are accelerating again, and in some cities those values are overheating. Four of the nation's largest cities are now considered overvalued, according to CoreLogic. Home prices in...

  • First production model of Tesla Model 3 out the assembly line is seen in this undated handout photo from Tesla Motors

    5 Reasons Electric Cars Won’t Reduce Oil Consumption Anytime Soon

    By David Yager,

    Hardly a day goes by without another media report about the impending demise of the Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) as petroleum powered cars and trucks are replaced by uber-clean Electric Vehicles...

  • No. 7: Idaho

    5 Red States That Are Going Green

    By Zachary Basu, CNBC

    With Donald Trump officially putting an end to the so-called war on coal, states whose economies were hampered by clean air and emissions regulations are finally free to return to the days of rugged...

  • Homes

    The Simple Reason US Home Values Are at Record Highs

    By Diana Olick, CNBC

    A home is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it, and apparently, that tab just hit its highest level in history. The median value of all homes in the United States in June surpassed $200,...

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