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'Real Live': 'Game of Thrones' S7 premieres Sunday
FiveThirtyEight's chief culture writer gives a run down on "Game of Thrones" ahead of the Sunday premiere.
Breaking Down the Emmy Nominations for Supporting Actors
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and FivetThirtyEight's Walter Hickey talk about what to expect at this year's Emmy Awards.
What the Financial Gurus Say About Volatility as Stocks Go on Roller Coaster Ride
Investors around the globe could use some advice from experts on volatility as the major U.S. stock indices surged today following worst day for the Dow Jones industrial average in four years. The more than 2 percent jump as of early afternoon today follows a bloodbath on Monday, when the Dow
How Much Will You Need to Retire?
The stereotype for retirement is people spending their time fishing, gardening, horseback riding or playing golf — and not doing much else. The classic idea of retirement is a life of uninterrupted leisure is evolving. With people living longer, they’re more active in the early years of retirement,
White House: Meetings With Obama Fundraiser Were About Charity, Not $535M Solyndra Loan
George Kaiser, Investor in Failed Solar Firm Solyndra, Had 16 Meetings With Obama Aides
Emails: Obama White House Monitored Huge Loan to 'Connected' Firm
Newly uncovered emails show the White House closely monitored the Energy Department's deliberations over a $535 million government loan to Solyndra , the politically-connected solar energy firm that recently went bankrupt and is now the subject of a criminal investigation. The company's solar panel
Congress Calls Hearing About Huge Loan to 'Connected' Energy Firm
The collapse of the politically-connected solar energy firm Solyndra has unleashed a barrage of fresh questions from House and Senate investigators, who want to know why the Obama Administration agreed to invest $535 million in the now-bankrupt company, and what can be done to recover those funds.
Investigators Probe White House Role in Massive Energy Loan
Republican Congressman Says Administration Directly 'Monitored' $535 M Loan Guarantee to Solar Company
Growth investing may still have a spot in portfolios
If you read academic investment research, growth investors belong somewhere between people who believe the Earth is flat and those who get their stock tips from talking dogs. Nevertheless, from time to time — actually, for long periods of time — growth investing works quite well. We may be entering
Greenspan Speaks: Will Investors Listen?
Ahead of Tuesday's meeting to set interest rates, it was a former chairman of the Federal Reserve who stole headlines Monday and got the markets buzzing. In a series of recent interviews to promote his new memoir "The Age of Turbulence," Alan Greenspan has assailed the Bush administration's fiscal