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Liz Weston: Companies are Also Flunking Retirement Planning

NY Fed: Auto Loan Delinquencies at Highest Point Since 2010

By Liz Weston |
Plenty has been written about American workers' failure to plan adequately for retirement. Their employers seem to be doing an even worse job.

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White House Scrambles to Find Pots of Money to Use for Wall

White House Scrambles to Find Pots of Money to Use for Wall

By Lolita Baldour | Feb 15
If President Donald Trump declares an emergency to build the wall with Mexico, he still needs money to pay for it. And shifting money from other accounts to deliver the $5.7 billion he wants is not without political problems.

Trump's New Trade Decision: Impose Tariffs on Imported Cars?

Trump's New Trade Decision: Impose Tariffs on Imported Cars?

By Tom Krisher and Paul Wiseman | Feb 15
By Sunday, Trump's Commerce Department is expected to issue an opinion on whether auto imports endanger U.S. national security enough to justify such import taxes. Trump would then have 90 days to decide whether to impose them.

Congress Urged to Fully Open Banks to Marijuana Industry

Congress Urged to Fully Open Banks to Marijuana Industry

By Michael R. Blood | Feb 15
Bank officials and others urged Congress on Wednesday to fully open the doors of the U.S. banking system to the legal marijuana industry, a change that supporters say would reduce crime risks and resolve a litany of challenges for cannabis companies.

Now's Your Chance to Change Your Medicare Advantage Plan

Now's Your Chance to Change Your Medicare Advantage Plan

By Tom Murphy | Feb 15
Medicare Advantage enrollees get a new, second chance to find the right health coverage this year.

Amazon's Exit Could Scare Off Tech Companies from New York

Amazon's Exit Could Scare Off Tech Companies from New York

By Michael R. Sisak and Josh Boak | Feb 15
Amazon jilted New York City on Valentine's Day, scrapping plans to build a massive headquarters campus in Queens amid fierce opposition from politicians angry about nearly $3 billion in tax breaks and the company's anti-union stance.

As Democrats Lean Left, Will Voters Follow?

As Democrats Lean Left, Will Voters Follow?

By Lisa Mascaro and Steve Peoples | Feb 15
Captivated by a handful of liberal superstars, the Democrats are venturing where the party has long feared to tread: Steep taxes on the rich. Abolishing an immigration enforcement agency. And proposing a sweeping Green New Deal

Feds Tell Alfonso Ribeiro He Can't Copyright 'Carlton' Moves

Feds Tell Alfonso Ribeiro He Can't Copyright 'Carlton' Moves

Feb 15
"The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" star Alfonso Ribeiro has been denied a copyright for the "Carlton" dance, which he's suing two videogame makers over.

Trump Will Sign Border Deal; but Will Declare Emergency

Trump Will Sign Border Deal; but Will Declare Emergency

By Alam Fram, Catherine Lucey, and Andrew Taylor | Feb 15
Another shutdown has been averted, but a new confrontation has been ignited: President Donald Trump's plan to bypass lawmakers and declare a national emergency to siphon billions from other federal coffers for his wall on the Mexican boundary.

Immigration Spending Pact Has More Than A Border Wall

Immigration Spending Pact Has More Than A Border Wall

By Elliot Spagat and Colleen Long | Feb 15
A compromise on border and immigration enforcement cleared Congress on Thursday, giving President Donald Trump just a sliver of the money he wanted for his border wall.

Prada Announces Diversity Council After Blackface Outrage

Prada Announces Diversity Council After Blackface Outrage

Feb 14
Italian brand Prada said Wednesday it is forming a diversity council to "elevate voices of color within the company and fashion industry at large," a move that follows accusations of racism in the luxury fashion world.

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