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New potential burden for Houston homeowners: higher taxes
Houston homeowners face new potential financial burden: higher property taxes
House Republicans plan retreat next week to discuss tax plan
House Republicans plan a retreat away from the Capitol next week to discuss a tax overhaul that congressional leaders have been working on for month
Moody's: Egypt economy still recovering from 2011 uprising
An international credit rating agency says Egypt's economy has started to improve but has yet to recover from the 2011 uprising and the years of unrest that followed
Senate GOP tentatively agrees to $1.5T plan on tax cuts
Senate Republicans are zeroing in on a tax outline that would add about $1.5 trillion to the government's $20 trillion debt over 10 years
Facebook may be facing an 'era of accountability' NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook has unwittingly allowed groups backed by the Russian government to target users with ads. That's after it took months to acknowledge its outsized role in influencing the U.S. election by allowing for the spread of fake
The Latest: Corker says tentative agreement on debt figure
Sen. Bob Corker says he's reached a tentative agreement with other Republicans on how much their tax plan would add to the government's debt.
Sens. Susan Collins and Heidi Heitkamp talk bipartisanship
The two discuss a possible tax plan and what it's like to be a woman in the Senate.
Apple CEO speaks out on Dreamers, augmented reality
Tim Cook speaks to "GMA" in his first interview since the launch of iPhone 8 and iPhone X about the phones' features, like augmented reality and facial recognition, and his feelings about the Dream Act.
Apple CEO Tim Cook 'encouraged' by President Trump's movement on 'Dreamers'
Apple CEO Tim Cook said he is “encouraged” by President Donald Trump ’s discussions with Democrats to protect the status of “Dreamers,” the thousands of young unauthorized immigrants brought to the U.S. as children. “I think it’s really important for everybody to understand, these folks came to the
Floods, fires, other disasters add stress to state budgets
Even with federal help, states typically have to pay tens or hundreds of millions of dollars to respond to floods, fires and other natural disasters, stressing their budgets