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Senate Republicans just released a significant change to their healthcare bill

Senate Republicans on Monday released an updated version of their plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. The legislation — called the Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017 — debuted on June 22. The bill proposes rolling...Show More Summary

Look At How Uber's Top Leadership Has Crumbled

CEO Travis Kalanick's resignation is only the latest departure from the ride-hailing company

Theresa May Strikes $1 Billion Governing Deal With Northern Irish Party

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has struck a so-called confidence and supply deal with Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party, one which will give the Conservatives sufficient votes to pass the Queen’s Speech and the budget, while...Show More Summary

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Bloomberg: Brussels Unimpressed By May’s Pledge on EU Citzens’ Rights. (video) Prime Minister Theresa May’s vow that millions of European Union nationals living in the U.K. will enjoy the same entitlements as British people after Brexit failed to convince the EU, whose chief negotiator said the proposal fell short. Show More Summary

The Poverty Just Over the Hills From Silicon Valley

The South Coast, a 30-mile drive from Palo Alto, is facing an affordable-housing shortage that is jeopardizing its agricultural heritage.

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, FB, UA)

Here is what you need to know. Theresa May secures a majority. UK Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party has secured a 1 billion pound agreement with the Democratic Unionist Party, giving it a two-seat majority in the House of Commons. Italy is spending 17 billion euros to wind down 2 failing banks. Show More Summary

Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak To Step Down, Return Home

Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, who spent a decade as the country’s Washington-based ambassador and has found himself at the heart of the Trump-Russia narrative, has been recalled by the Kremlin amid rumors that he was to be appointed to a … More » The post Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak To Step Down, Return Home appeared first on EveryJoe.

Trump Accuses Hillary Of "Colluding" With Democrats "To Beat Crazy Bernie Sanders"

It is Sunday morning, and Trump celebrated the start of the new week with a tweet at exactly 8 am EDT in which the president lashed out against both Hillary Clinton and the Democratic party, accusing them of colluding to "beat Crazy Bernie Sanders." “Hillary Clinton colluded with the Democratic Party in order to beat Crazy Bernie Sanders. Show More Summary

5 reasons why Amazon-Whole Foods won’t win grocery war

Goodbye, Kroger? Safeway? Albertsons? Costco? Even Walmart and Target? Considering the reaction to Amazon’s announcement of its plans to buy high-end grocer Whole Foods, you might think the online shopping giant instantly won the highly competitive supermarket wars. Yes, Amazon has helped change how we all shop. Yes, its technological genius at online shopping – […]

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Bloomberg: Saudi-Led Bloc Seeks Diplomatic Fix to Impasse With Qatar. Saudi Arabia and its allies want to resolve their standoff with Qatar through diplomacy and don’t seek regime change, U.A.E. Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash said at a press conference in Dubai. Show More Summary

Delaware Prof: Warmbier “Got Exactly What He Deserved”

A part-time professor at the University of Delaware has found herself in hot water after making the egregious claim that Otto Warmbier, the University of Virginia student who was taken prisoner by North Korea and died shortly after his stateside … More » The post Delaware Prof: Warmbier “Got Exactly What He Deserved” appeared first on EveryJoe.

Why total bans on remote work don’t remotely work

Are remote workers more productive? Or are they just slacking off? Three years ago, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer famously banned employees from working remotely. Earlier this year, IBM did the same thing, forcing remote workers to start showing up at the office. The most popular justifications for such a policy are efficiency and collaboration —...

Bernie Sanders & Wife Under FBI Investigation For Bank Fraud

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and his wife Jane have lawyer'd up amid an FBI investigation into a loan obtained to expand Burlington College while she was its president. As we noted just over a year ago, Burlington College, a smallShow More Summary

"We Can't Keep Losing Races" House Dems Meet To Plot Ouster Of Nancy Pelosi

Calls for the ouster of Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi are growing louder heading into the weekend as the blame for the Democrats’ 0-5 showing in a series of special house elections held this week has fallen squarely on her shoulders.Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg is still the only one using Facebook Stories and he really likes Iowa

Everyone's best friend, Mark Zuckerberg, has a new Facebook story and he's having a great time in Iowa.  Zuckerberg used Facebook stories—that product Facebook introduced to add onto Instagram Stories but that hasn't quite caught on yet—to document his trip midwest. Show More Summary

Senate Judiciary Committee Opens Probe Into Loretta Lynch

As more Democrats have started to question why former Attorney General Loretta Lynch was never investigated for obstruction following a suspicious meeting with former President Bill Clinton, it appears the Senate Judiciary CommitteeShow More Summary


The Phelan Act of 1920 sounded simple in principle. It authorized the various Federal Reserve Banks, at that time twelve district branches operating independently, to charge progressive interest rates on the rediscounting activitiesShow More Summary

Furious Qatar Balks At Saudi Ultimatum As UAE Warns Of "Parting Of Ways"

One day after Saudi Arabia and its Gulf ally states finally released a long-awaited, 10-day ultimatum containing 13 demands from Qatar as a precondition for the resumption of diplomatic ties and an end of Qatar's economic and naval blockade,...Show More Summary

Lyft is quietly going after Uber's biggest weakness

Lyft has been trying to position itself as a socially-conscious, ride-sharing solution long before Uber was rocked by a string of scandals that ultimately culminated in CEO Travis Kalanick's forced resignation. But Lyft has the mostShow More Summary

Angry Dems Turn On Obama, Pelosi, Schumer: "Talk Less About Russia"

It’s been a rough week for the legacy of the Obama administration. Yesterday, the Senate Judiciary Committee launched a Democrat-endorsed probe into former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s conduct during the campaign – when it’s widely...Show More Summary

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