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Koch network success in Trump era draws Democratic pushback
A sure sign of policy success for the sprawling conservative network funded by the billionaire Koch brothers is Democratic pushback
US factory output ticked up just 0.1 percent in March
US factory output edged up 0.1 percent in March; yearly growth is 3 percent
Will high school activism hurt your college chances?
Students' involvement in peaceful demonstrations likely won't hurt their chances of getting into colleges, experts say, and leaders may even want to leverage their involvement in their college essays
US job openings decline in February from record level
US job openings decline in February from record level, as economy favors job seekers
Zuckerberg testimony reveals lawmaker confusion on Facebook WASHINGTON (AP) — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg acknowledged Wednesday that regulation of social media is "inevitable" and disclosed that his own personal information has been compromised by malicious outsiders. But after two days of
US consumer prices rise at faster 2.4 pct. from year earlier
US consumer prices rose at 2.4 percent in March from year ago, fastest annual pace in 12 months
What is the jobs report?
Every month the U.S. Department of Labor releases a report on the nation's employment.
Chris Christie: EPA's Pruitt 'should have never been there in the first place'
The "This Week" Powerhouse Roundtable debates the week in politics, including President Trump's latest cabinet moves and the controversy surrounding EPA Chief Scott Pruitt.
2 firms involved in building Florida bridge that collapsed had past accusations of unsafe practices
At least two firms involved in the construction of a pedestrian bridge that collapsed at Florida International University, killing 6 people, have previously been accused of unsafe practices that resulted in people being injured, documents show. Figg Bridge Engineers, the firm that designed the
The Note: A clarifying moment for Trump in Pennsylvania
The TAKE with Rick Klein Welcome back to the political season. If it seemed like it never left us – well, that’s because it didn’t. President Donald Trump is thrusting himself back into the campaign narrative, with a 2020 slogan – “Keep America Great, exclamation point” – and with his midterm