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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.

Federal Workers Are Taking Up Side Hustles In Fear of New Shutdown, Study Finds

Federal Workers Are Taking Up Side Hustles In Fear of New Shutdown, Study Finds

Feb 14
Over one in ten government workers turned to a side hustle to get by during the shutdown, according to new research.

Liz Weston: Companies are Also Flunking Retirement Planning

Liz Weston: Companies are Also Flunking Retirement Planning

By Liz Weston | Feb 14
Plenty has been written about American workers' failure to plan adequately for retirement. Their employers seem to be doing an even worse job.

Is It Love? Maybe Not, As Romance Scams Proliferate

Is It Love? Maybe Not, As Romance Scams Proliferate

By Sarah Skidmore Sell | Feb 14
Is it love? Maybe not. The FTC announced this week that romance-related scams have surged recently and generated more losses than any other consumer fraud reported to the agency last year.

Trump Still Coy on Border Deal - but Claims Victory Anyway

Trump Still Coy on Border Deal - but Claims Victory Anyway

By Jill Colvin, Alan Fram, and Catherine Lucey | Feb 14
Congressional bargainers formally completed a bipartisan border security pact late Wednesday and President Donald Trump labored to frame it as a political win.

AP Fact Check: Declaring Emergency for Wall Not So Ordinary

AP Fact Check: Declaring Emergency for Wall Not So Ordinary

By Hope Yen and Calvin Woodward | Feb 14
President Donald Trump would be taking an extraordinary step by declaring a national emergency to steer money to his promised border wall. He's making it sound quite ordinary.

NY Fed: Auto Loan Delinquencies at Highest Point Since 2010

NY Fed: Auto Loan Delinquencies at Highest Point Since 2010

By Tom Krisher | Feb 13
Borrowers are behind in their auto loan payments in numbers not seen since delinquencies peaked at the end of 2010, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

Unhappy with Deal, Trump Still Doesn't Expect A New Shutdown

Unhappy with Deal, Trump Still Doesn't Expect A New Shutdown

By Jill Colvin, Andrew Taylor, Alan Fram, and Jonathan Lemire | Feb 13
Under mounting pressure from his own party, President Donald Trump appeared to be grudgingly leaning toward accepting an agreement that would head off a threatened second government shutdown.

Negotiations Hit Snag As Shutdown Deadline Approaches

Negotiations Hit Snag As Shutdown Deadline Approaches

By Jonathan Lemire and Alan Fram | Feb 11
With a Friday deadline approaching, the two sides remained separated over how much to spend on President Donald Trump's promised border wall. But rising to the fore on Sunday was a related dispute over curbing Immigration.

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